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Money Confessions: the peer-to-peer student campaign

Learn about Money Confessions, the peer-to-peer student campaign to help students learn from each others’ money mistakes and win prizes.

Student Festival of Financial Wellbeing 2022 summary

Summary of the first Student Festival of Financial Wellbeing, including everything that happened during the festival and what participating students thought.

Blackbullion Futures: helping post-16 make financially informed decisions

Free information and resources to help school leavers navigate their post-secondary education choices, in partnership with the Bank of England and Pearson.

From students to support staff: thank you

Members of our student community say thank you to support staff for all their hard work and help throughout 2021.

How we championed student financial wellbeing in 2021

A look back at what 2021 meant for us at Blackbullion and our unwavering mission to support the financial wellbeing of young people around the world.

A fantastic Unibattle 2021

Unibattle 2021 was the best year yet! Here’s a roundup of the competition, including how many students participated and completed some financial learning.

Unibattle 2021: Who will be crowned the ‘Money Smartest’?

Learn about Unibattle, the annual, cross-institution competition for Blackbullion partners. Including what students get out of it and why your college or university should take part.

Introducing: The Student Festival of Financial Wellbeing

Learn about the Student Festival of Financial Wellbeing, taking place in February 2022, and why it’s more important now than ever to promote financial education among students.

Building Blackbullion: Vivi’s Vision

Read about Blackbullion founder Vivi's vision for the company, learn about her background and more in this instalment of our 'Building Blackbullion' series.

Building Blackbullion: Design Team

Our Head of UX & Design, Annie, explains how the Design Team at Blackbullion works to make our platform powerful, accessible and inclusive for the students and staff that use it.