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Student Awards 2019

Published: Friday 10th May 2019

Last night we celebrated our students successes and outstanding contributions at our annual Student Awards. This year was particularly special, as it was our first Student Awards as Bloomsbury Institute. As with our student body, the ceremony has grown year after year, and celebrates all our students have worked hard to achieve. With 18 awards […]

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Bloomsbury Institute Proudly Bans the Box for All

Published: Wednesday 8th May 2019

Imagine having to tell a group of strangers the worst thing that has ever happened to you. That’s what it’s like for most people when they have to disclose their past criminal convictions. All criminal convictions are complex, nuanced and require context, and having to explain them endlessly to strangers is often too much for […]

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Say hello to our next Student President

Published: Wednesday 3rd April 2019

We are very happy to announce Bloomsbury Institute Student Guild’s (BISG) next Student President… Rajan Sandhu! The results were announced last Friday with Rajan leading the way – well done on your win Rajan. Congratulations are also in order for the two runners-up, Ionut Enache and Rui Filipe Da Silva. All three candidates dedicated a […]

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Shoeshine Stories

Published: Tuesday 11th December 2018

Over the past year we’ve been running a very special project, one you may not expect to see at an institute specialising in business, accounting and law… We’ve always encouraged creativity in our students, and there’s nothing we want more than students to feel they have the freedom and space to really unleash their imagination. […]

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Welcome to Bloomsbury Institute

Published: Monday 22nd October 2018

As another academic year begins, you may notice a slight change at LSBM. We are now Bloomsbury Institute.   Why rebrand? We’ve been around since 2002, and since then we’ve gone through a lot of changes. Our staff and student population has grown, yet we still keep class sizes small. And we’ve introduced flexible courses to […]

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