Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
After completion of short-term study at Bloomberg College, we will help you in choosing your university so that we know you have got the best. If you think you want to choose the University by yourself. we’ve got four top tips to help you.
Location is a really important factor to consider when applying for university, as you want to live somewhere that makes you feel at home. Are you likely to miss your family? Or maybe you can’t wait to get away? Take this into consideration when thinking about university, it can help give you a much better experience.
This is a crucial one, as it’s the main reason you’re going to university. Course content differs depending on which university you choose to go to, so make sure you do your research. This will help you find out if the modules match your strengths, and increases the chances of choosing something that suits you and your future plans. You also need to think about entry requirements – for instance, whether your predicted grades good enough – and employment statistics, as graduates of some universities, have a better track record of landing jobs than others.
3) Living costs
Being a student can be expensive, so make sure you research the cost of living in your chosen location. It’s worth looking into the cost of accommodation, whether it be halls of residence or house sharing, to make sure you can afford where you are going. Some universities will also offer a bursary (a grant that helps with the cost of fees, books, rent, etc.) and it’s definitely worth checking if you are entitled to one.
Environments differ among universities. Campus universities tend to have everything you need in one location (halls, lectures, shop, bar, restaurant, etc.), whereas others provide more independence and are spread across a city or town. Think which you would prefer, and factor travel arrangements into your thought process.
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Prepare for an exciting career in the Hospitality industry through the online Hotel Management course.
Students on our online Hospitality Management program will undertake a Level 4/5 240-credit course, designed to prepare students with the skills needed to be a competent employee in the Hospitality industry. During the Hotel Management program, students will have the ability to access tutor support and webinars, a social learning forum, and additional materials to help in the completion of their diploma. For more information on the support available to students, visit our Student Resources page.
Each module consists of 40 guided learning hours of material with an additional 30-50 hours worth of optional materials that comprise of recommended exercises, recommended readings, Internet resources, and self-testing exercises.
Upon passing the online assessments and written assignments, students will be awarded an ATHE diploma and will be able to top up to a bachelor’s degree.
You can do it. We believe in you.
For details please call us on 020 3959 7003 / 020 3958 6509 or register yourself at
When you want to work in the Health and Social Care sector, more often than not you go into it, not for the remuneration packages but the satisfying nature of the work and positive effects and outcomes that you can have in the job. If you want a career where you can progress, have job security, and get an enormous sense of personal achievement from knowing you are helping other people – then perhaps, Health and Social Care is for you.
Enrol now for our Level 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care. More information can be found on the link below:
Here is an easy-to-understand guide to Brexit – beginning with the basics, then a look at the current negotiations, followed by a selection of answers to questions we’ve been sent.
It is a word that is used as a shorthand way of saying the UK leaving the EU – merging the words Britain and exit to get Brexit, in the same way as a possible Greek exit from the euro was dubbed Grexit in the past. Further reading: The rise of the word Brexit
More info: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-32810887
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Do you want to go to college but don’t know what to study? Do you feel confused by the large amount of subjects available? Are you worried about making a wrong decision? We’ve put together some useful pointers to help you out.
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Going from studying a variety of subjects to specialising in just four at A Level is a big change. There are a few differences to be aware of between secondary school and A Level study. As well as a change in subjects, you are about to experience a new academic timetable and different way of learning. To get ready for the change, there are a few things you can do to prepare for your A Levels.
You can start to prepare for your A Levels the summer before the start of term. If you can’t wait to start learning about your favourite subjects, get a head start on your course by reading around the subject. Some teachers will provide you with recommended reading – but if you don’t have any, any general background reading on the subject is a great place to start. Summer reading is not compulsory for A Level study, but it might help you feel more prepared about starting your A Levels, as well as showing perspective universities that you are interested in your chosen subject.
Going back to school
One of the biggest differences you’ll find is the absence of a school uniform. One way you can prepare for your A Levels is to plan some possible outfits – or even go on a shopping trip. By planning what you want to wear before the start of term, you won’t have to worry about it once you’ve started your course, allowing you to focus on your studies.
The absence of a school uniform doesn’t affect the quality of the education of a school. Usually you will be allowed to dress as formally as you like. Lots of students use the opportunity of no uniforms to show their personal style. Pick clothing that you feel comfortable and confident in to make the most of your A Level experience.
With the start of a new school year, comes new stationery. If you’re starting a new academic journey, there is no better way to start fresh then by picking new school supplies. Upgrading your stationery can help you to plan for the more intense level of study and adapt to the level of organisation you’ll need as an A Level student. Some useful items to have in your schoolbag include:
What to expect during your A Level studies
The biggest difference between GCSE and A Levels is the number of subjects you study. You will now be specialising in up to four subjects based on your university and career aims. Classes sizes for GCSE students will vary depending on where you study, but A Level students typically have the benefit of learning in smaller classes, ensuring you get the attention you need to succeed.
Many students wonder how hard A Levels are, especially when they see how the study schedule can differ from secondary school. However, you will benefit from free lessons which you can use for extra study time. Being an A Level student requires a lot of time management and independent study. Teachers will be giving you more responsibility and will expect you to complete a larger quantity of work to a higher standard.
To be successful in your A Levels, you will have to manage your time effectively. This means not only keeping track of your homework and assignments, but also allocating time for any extra study beneficial to your subjects.
Preparing for university
Alongside your studies, being an A Level student also means applying for university. You will probably already have an idea of what you want to study before you begin your course. As an A Level student, you should start researching your university options as early as possible. Your college will be able to help with this and offer you guidance.
Before you start your A Levels, you may want to start thinking about the university application process. Applying for university as an A Level student involves applying through UCAS and writing a personal statement. Your personal tutor will be able to guide you through the process, but there are plenty of things you can do yourself to make sure your application stands out from the rest.
Joining clubs and societies
Participate in extracurricular activities to ensure you are getting a well-rounded education, both inside and outside the classroom. By joining clubs and societies, you can learn more about your chosen subjects – or show dedication to learning something new, a trait which can impress universities. Some examples of extracurricular activities and achievements to include on your application include:
Gain practical experience
The same attitude goes for practical experience, which you can mention in your application as an example of your hard work. Practical experience will help you gain valuable skills that can be useful in the future. Many schools offer subject specific volunteering experience as part of their A Level programme.
Just a few of the skills you may develop through work are:
Of course, the first step in anybody’s A Level journey is to make sure you’re choosing the right subjects for you. Choose subjects that complement one another and that will help with your career aims, but most importantly, that you enjoy.
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Studying in the UK as an international student can be a life-transforming experience – you will learn new things, meet new people, open up a wealth of career opportunities and develop a range of skills such as leadership and critical thinking. After deciding that the UK is where you want to study, you will have to make the crucial decision of what school or college you will want to attend to help you get into your desired university.
Schools and colleges in the UK for international students offer fantastic opportunities for you to prepare and achieve the requirements you need to access a UK university. There are a range of colleges and schools in the UK that are suited to international students, but the real challenge lies in choosing the right one for you.
There are a few things you will need to consider: What is your preferred programme of study? Do you want to be in or close to any major cities? Which university are you aiming to study at after college? What degree do you want to study?
With so many choices across the UK, it can be hard to know where to start when choosing the perfect school or college from abroad. Luckily, Bloomberg College has three unique colleges in three famous UK cities, all offering a comprehensive education to prepare you for university and a successful future.
Study an education tailor-made for you, surrounded by students from all over the world. You will experience and engage in a high-quality British education that is trusted by universities and focuses on international students.
At Bloomberg you will: