News

January activities at the Student Guild

Published: Monday 11th January 2021

The Student Guild and societies have an exciting month of activities planned to kick-start the new year. The events are based around the theme of Brexit and are open to all students from all levels. If you’re clued up on Brexit, or you’d like to learn more about Britain leaving Europe and what it means […]

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Student Guild: End of year celebration and more!

Published: Monday 7th December 2020

Bloomsbury Institute’s Student Guild (BISG) have a lot planned this month to mark the end of a very busy year! Open to all students, take a look at their online events and activities below: Monthly Netflix Party Thursday 10 December, 5:30pm Join the Guild and fellow students to watch a Netflix film together, online. The […]

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Radio Training 2021

Published: Thursday 3rd December 2020

In early 2020 we launched our first radio station, Bloomsbury Radio. In 2021 we want to build on the accomplishments of this year by producing an extensive range of programmes. To do this, we will be running an online training programme, to coach a team of students to become broadcasters and production staff. The training […]

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Housing and legal advice / support

Published: Wednesday 2nd December 2020

Coronavirus has made 2020 a difficult year for many of us, and a common challenge people are facing is around their housing situation. Your job and household income may have been impacted this year, making your rent or mortgage payments difficult to keep up with. This may be making you feel anxious and worried, and […]

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Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Published: Friday 27th November 2020

Huge well done and congratulations to all of this year’s graduates! We hope you, your family and friends enjoyed Graduation 2020 and that you found a way to celebrate together. You can re-watch the online ceremony below, or by heading to YouTube: This will remain permanently on our YouTube channel for you to re-visit and […]

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Student Election 2020-21 results

Published: Friday 23rd October 2020

The Student Election 2020-21 results are in and we are very happy to announce that Bloomsbury Institute Student Guild’s (BISG) next Student President is… Nasser Kazinda – 2nd year Law student! Nasser, pictured to the right, will be the Guild’s 6th Student President and will lead the Student Guild through the next year. The Student […]

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How to use Teams: Guides & online workshops

Published: Thursday 17th September 2020

As all Semester 1 teaching will take place online, we want you to feel comfortable and confident using online technology. The programme we’ll be using to hold all lectures, workshops and seminars is Microsoft Teams. To make sure you know how to use Teams, we’ve created some Virtual Learning Guides that run through the basics […]

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Bloomsbury Institute wins appeal against Office for Students’ ‘landmark’ registration refusal

Published: Friday 14th August 2020

Bloomsbury Institute has won its appeal against the Office for Students’ (OfS) decision to refuse its registration application. The Court of Appeal has quashed the OfS’s decision and it must now reconsider Bloomsbury Institute’s application. Today (14 August 2020) the Court published its full judgment. Bloomsbury Institute won its appeal on the following grounds: The […]

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What to do with the family this summer

Published: Thursday 13th August 2020

The summer holidays are in full swing, and we know many of you have been looking forward to a well-deserved break and spending time with your family and loved ones. For many of our students, we know just how much you value this time with your children whilst they’re also on their school holidays. It […]

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NSS results: Students’ satisfaction continues to surpass sector average

Published: Friday 17th July 2020

The overall satisfaction rate of our students has hit 89% in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) – 6% higher than the sector average. This builds on last year’s results, which saw our students report 3% higher satisfaction levels than the average recorded by the sector. The NSS results also show student satisfaction with their […]

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