Managing your time in your exams

As well as a thorough understanding of the syllabus, the examiner also wants you to demonstrate that you can manage your time in a sensible and productive way. If you do so then you are quite likely to pass. If you don’t then you are likely to struggle – even if you know the syllabus inside out! more

Preparing to succeed – last minute exam tips

As your exam draws closer, your revision strategy needs to adapt for those few final hours. Here’s our top tips on revising the day before your big test..   The day before Lose all distractions. Turn off the TV, your phone and tell your parents or housemates not to disturb you. If necessary unplug your internet connection. more

How to make the most of an Open Day

Open Days are a vital part of any university application: they are your first, and often only impression of a university before you arrive in September. The events are all about discovering how the university would work you, both in terms of your academic career and social interests. An Open Day can be hectic, so more

Getting in gear: the start of a new year!

As the dawn of a new academic career approaches, each of us begin to make new promises and resolutions that we hope to keep, even in the most stressful of terms. Perhaps you’ll promise to be more organised, improve on last year’s results or just simply work harder. Whatever your goal, our top 5 tips more

Choosing a university: your first step made easier

Beginning your UCAS application can be daunting: it marks the first stage of your Higher Education journey. Deciding on where to spend the next three years living and learning is undoubtedly a difficult choice. Our short and easy steps will help you to simplify the process and make your own informed decision. Be prepared! It’s more

Celebratory event at BPP University Business School: Wednesday 3rd June

On Wednesday we hosted an event at the Business School to note and celebrate the success and achievements of some of our students.  It was attended by about 80 people including, of course, our successful students, some of their friends and family, and faculty and colleagues from both the Business School and from across BPP. The Vice more

How to make the most of your summer break

Whether you are just about to finish your A-levels, or you’re halfway through your degree, you should be starting to think about how best to spend the coming summer. A long break from exams, deadlines, and lectures, means you could easily spend whole days wallowing in the sunshine sipping ice cold drinks. As wonderful as more

Multicultural magic takes centre stage as students star in first ever BPP University international talent show

Talent and culture came together to celebrate BPP University’s incredible array of international students at a vibrant Vice Chancellor’s Multicultural Showcase. BPP University’s Students’ Association put on a night to remember in London as musicians, dancers and actors took centre stage for a series of show-stopping performances in front of a sea of students hailing more

Mobile & Guest Printing is Here!

It is now possible to submit print jobs via email and when using your own personal devices. more

This November, the final two guest speakers in our series at the Business School

If you didn’t already know about the guest speakers at the Business School this Autumn, then don’t worry, there are still two more visitors set to give speeches throughout November. We’ve already had lectures from Beth West, Commercial Director at HS2, who discussed women in business, and Joshua Wohle, Chief Product Officer at SuperAwesome, who more

BPP’s Study Centre in Shepherd’s Bush is Host to Hugely Successful Bollywood Night.

The BPP London Shepherd’s Bush study centre is home to our School of Foundation and English Language programmes in London. The centre is located in the Shepherd’s Bush area of West London, just a five minute walk from the Westfield shopping centre. With fully redeveloped transport links, it is easily accessible via the Hammersmith & more

Pro Bono Voluntering: The Personal Support Unit

Hear from two students involved in the Personal Support Unit (PSU) and how they have found volunteering with pro bono and what they have gained from their experience. Verity Quaite, GDL student at BPP Birmingham The Personal Support Unit (PSU) is a fantastic charity that supports litigants in person by providing emotional and practical help more

News from the Pro Bono Centre

Victoria Speed, Joint Director of Pro Bono, tells about some good news from the Pro Bono Centre and some of their future plans for the Business School more

Studying at BPP Law School – International LPC Students

We spoke to two international students about their experience of studying the LPC with us at BPP Law School. more

An Introduction to BPP’s Leeds Centre

James Whittam, Leeds GDL student, talks about his studies at BPP Leeds and what you can expect from the centre. I thought the quality of the teaching at BPP Leeds was exceptional and thoroughly enjoyed my time studying the GDL. I found the tutors on the whole very approachable and friendly. This allowed me to more

An introduction to BPP’s Bristol Centre

BPP GDL and LPC student Saskia Scharnowski shares her journey with BPP Law School With my eyes firmly set on a career in commercial law, I left behind my beloved Scotland in 2011 to move to England in order to study the GDL and LPC. I chose to settle in Bristol on a whim. I more

The Student View – Alexander Gowing – GDL

GDL student Alexander Gowing describes his first few weeks on the programme at BPP Law School more

The Student View – Max Pickup – GDL

BPP Waterloo student Max Pickup shares his thoughts on the first few weeks of the GDL programme. more

The Student View – Ellis Schindler – GDL

BPP Waterloo GDL student Ellis Schindler shares her experience with BPP so far. more

The Student View – Rhonna Spindley – GDL

GDL Student Rhonna Spindley tells us about the first few weeks on the programme at BPP Law School Leeds more