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Student Awards 2020: The results are in

Published: Tuesday 16th June 2020

Last night we celebrated our much anticipated Student Awards. The awards take place annually to mark and reward students success and outstanding contributions. With social distancing still in place, this year’s awards were celebrated live on Bloomsbury Radio, and what an event it was! Hosted by Cal Courtney, Director of Access and Graduate Outcomes, and […]

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Our commitment to tackling racial inequality

Published: Wednesday 10th June 2020

We stand together in condemning the horrific murder of George Floyd and adding our voice to the Black Lives Matter movement. We have always been committed to nurturing an academic community that recognises the prejudice and barriers to success that so many people of colour still face, and will use this moment as an opportunity […]

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How to celebrate Pride Month virtually

Published: Thursday 4th June 2020

Pride Month has officially begun, and like many of you, we never could have imagined how current events have changed the way we’d be celebrating Pride and the LGBT+ community. Pride is looking a lot different this year, and although the UK Government are starting to relax lockdown rules, in-person celebrations and parties are just […]

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Practising kindness this Mental Health Awareness Week

Published: Friday 22nd May 2020

Over the past few months, we’ve been taking a look at how you can take care of your mental health and wellbeing during a time when many of us may be feeling more anxious than usual. One of the topics we’ve touched on is kindness, which is also the theme of this year’s Mental Health […]

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Learn a new skill at home 

Published: Monday 4th May 2020

A few weeks ago we took a look at how you can take care of your mental health and wellbeing during this challenging time. We know coronavirus  has changed the way of life for many of us and we really hope our advice helped you find the time to look after and focus on yourself. […]

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Looking after your mental health and wellbeing

Published: Friday 24th April 2020

For the majority of us this past month, day-to-day life has drastically changed. Coronavirus has altered what normal means as many of us continue to adapt to life indoors as best as we can. The emotions this can cause, from feeling alone to feeling anxious about the threat of coronavirus and what it will mean […]

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How to make home studying work for you

Published: Monday 20th April 2020

Studying at home is the norm for most students, but with recent government advice to stay indoors, we know many of you are missing studying at your usual haunts on campus or in the library. Studying from home can be difficult, especially if you’re looking after children or having to work alongside your studies. It […]

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Bloomsbury Radio is launching Monday 20 April!

Published: Friday 17th April 2020

We’re very excited to announce that our very first in-house radio station, Bloomsbury Radio, is launching Monday 20 April. For the past couple of months, we’ve been working behind the scenes to create a fun and accessible way to keep you up-to-date and informed about issues and subjects that matter to you. Now more than ever before, […]

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Coronavirus: Emotional support and online resources

Published: Friday 3rd April 2020

It’s an uncertain and difficult time and we know some of you may be feeling anxious, overwhelmed and possibly unable to cope. We also know that you may be going through other things in your life that may or may not be related to coronavirus. Whatever you’re going through, we want you to know that […]

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Judicial Review – Update

Published: Thursday 12th March 2020

In response to today’s decision regarding the judicial review of the Office for Students’ (OfS) decision to refuse registration of Bloomsbury Institute, John Fairhurst, Academic Principal and Managing Director of Bloomsbury Institute, said: “We are of course extremely disappointed that the court has ruled that the OfS’ decision was lawful. “We sought a judicial review […]

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