Have you received a message from your university or seen a flyer, or poster, to sign up to Blackbullion and you’re still not quite sure who we are? Well, here is what you need to know:

What is Blackbullion? 

Blackbullion is a learning platform created to help you get to grips with all things money. It’s filled with videos, graphics, and quizzes covering financial subjects designed to empower you to make more informed financial decisions.

We partner with universities so they can provide you with the resource for free. Upon registration, you will be asked to provide your university email address, as only students at partner universities can access our platform for now.

What can I learn? 

Our content is developed by independent experts so there are no vested interests. We’re not trying to sell you anything (and we NEVER sell your info) so you can trust us to offer nothing but best-practise information that will help you take control of your money and make your money work better for you.

Right now we are covering:

The essentials of starting university (student bank accounts, renting, food shopping, etc.)
How to budget like a pro.
The best ways to start saving money.
How to stay out of debt, and what to do if you get into it.
Risk management (credit cards, payday loans, gambling.)
Practical, achievable money-saving tips in a 21 Day Money Bootcamp.

Which universities can access Blackbullion?

Students from these universities can access Blackbullion for free:

Anglia Ruskin University

Edge Hill University

Goldsmiths University of London

King’s College London

Ravensbourne University

Salford University

Sheffield Hallam

Suffolk University

The University of Manchester

University of Essex

University of Hertfordshire

University of Surrey

University of York

York St John University

If you are a student, or thinking about going to university, and would like to access Blackbullion, just drop us a line and we’ll hook you up with a demo account!

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