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UniBattle Returns Bigger than Ever! [Review of UniBattle 2017]

A review of last year's UniBattle competition and a sneak peak at what's coming up in November (Hint: UniBattle is back!)

UWE Bristol Deploys Blackbullion to give Students the Skills to Create a Better Financial Future

UWE deploys Blackbullion on campus, allowing students to flexibility develop their financial education in key topics such as mortgages, ISAs, and taxation.

Using Data to Proactively Support Students – Blackbullion Update

As part of our on-going commitment to providing clients with actionable data and demonstrable impact, we've designed a new student assessment system - The Final Challenge.

BCU to Offer 24,000 Students ‘Tailored Financial Support’

This month, Birmingham City University became the first higher education institution in Birmingham to partner with Blackbullion, the financial education innovator, to 'develop students' understanding of key money topics'.

The Latest Student Finances Survey from Universities Australia [FinCap Updates]

The most recent Student Finances Survey from Universities Australia has been released, revealing 'a picture that warrants our continuing concern'...

7 Key Insights from AMOSSHE and NASMA Summer Conferences [2018]

Conference season has come and gone (and it was hectic!) Now read about the 7 key takeaways from AMOSSHE and NASMA 2018 summer events.

Blackbullion’s latest partner: Liverpool John Moores University

We are proud welcome with so many universities Liverpool John Moores University into the growing Blackbullion university community, their commitment to student financial literacy is second to none!

Introducing Money-Ready for University

Demystify the student funding process and promote the case for attending university with the latest service from Blackbullion for outreach and student onboarding

Student Financial Expectations and Spending Habits: A 2018 Report

The latest latest student report from Blackbullion highlighting the mains flaws in reactive support structures, student expectations of the cost of university, and the overall financial habits of students