There are many reasons people choose to join our close-knit learning community. Below you can find out what makes the Bloomsbury experience unique.
Making futures possible
The Bloomsbury proposition is unique. Our personalised approach will ensure barriers or challenges you may have faced in the past do not determine your future. We will support you every step of the way, practically and financially, within a warm, kind, encouraging and coaching environment.
We will endeavour to tailor your course to your needs, offering flexible ways to study with the option of Accelerating your studies.
We attract people who believe in contributing to the public good, and people who want to make a positive change to themselves and the world around them. By studying with us, we will enable you to make a positive difference in society by discovering your own potential, strength and influence.
The Bloomsbury Institute difference
Our degree courses are accredited by relevant professional bodies, so, should you wish to become a Chartered Accountant, Legal Executive or Manager, you can qualify quicker with a Bloomsbury Institute degree.
All of our students receive a free laptop, that they can keep after graduation, so nothing holds you back.
We provide a wealth of support, employability courses and resources including one-to-one tuition, CV clinics and employability workshops.
We’re a tight-knit community at the heart of London’s education quarter, join us and let’s break barriers together.
Our teaching is led by people who love education and this impacts our entire approach. Our academic leaders ensure that our classrooms are interesting spaces, linked to the needs of society and to the aspirations of our students. We have listened to employers and entrepreneurs when developing our suite of degrees and these discussions have led to an applied, practical approach to learning; one that is academically rigorous, intellectually stimulating and focused on the career prospects of our students and graduates.
We’re consistently ranked highly for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS). Recent results include:
The NSS is an independent, UK-wide survey completed by 4.5 million final-year students in 400 institutions every year. The NSS asks questions relating to student experience and course quality, helping prospective students choose where to study. You can find a breakdown, by factor and questions, here.
Do you want more challenge, more purpose, more money, and maybe even your own business?
A degree is more than a piece of paper. It is a testament to the world that you have developed important skills, insights and knowledge in your chosen field. This is why employers value them. If you feel that a lack of qualifications is holding you back in your career, then you are absolutely right to be thinking about pursuing higher education. If you do, here at Bloomsbury Institute, we can guarantee a programme of study that is relevant, contemporary and of value to the needs of the global workforce.
Do you want to make a change but don’t know how? Maybe a lack of self-confidence or age is holding you back?
Unlocking your potential requires understanding the barriers that hold you back. We see every student journey as unique, and we ensure that the support we offer is tailored to meet your individual needs. We also understand that human beings thrive when they are rooted in caring communities with a common purpose. We take pride in our community. Its diverse, inclusive and resilient nature enhances the lives of our students and staff. We are a community that handles potential well.
Maybe your education was disrupted through illness, caring responsibilities or just plain lack of motivation.
We are all different and each of us have times in our lives when we find it easier to learn. Some people learn best when at school, but others struggle at school and find the desire to learn later in life. Not finding success at school is common, and it says little about your aptitude to learn as an adult. We passionately believe this because we have seen it time and time again. We have seen people thrive as adults who were told in their childhood that they were not good enough, maybe owing to a learning challenge such as dyslexia.
Pursuing a full-time degree requires time, effort and money. Many students combine their studies with family and/or work commitments.
It’s important that you think about how you would manage the various demands on your time before you accept a place on one of our courses.
We do our best to ensure that your timetable is as compact as possible. Your physical attendance on campus will be required over two and a half days each week of term. This will give you time to combine your studies with other commitments. If you find yourself struggling, we offer one-to-one advice on time and money management through our Centre for Student Engagement, Wellbeing and Success. Don’t be ill-informed, though. Getting a degree is not easy. However, it is more than possible with the help and support we will build around you. Don’t let time and money be the barrier that holds you back. Remember your key motivation for wanting to do this and plan honestly and realistically to achieve your goal.
“I feel like I belong here and I feel like I am part of the family.”
“It actually gave me a chance to progress myself.”
“If you truly want to reach your potential, you can make it happen here.”