Sign up to the upcoming webinars to learn how to get more money while you’re studying through entrepreneurship, side hustles and scholarships and bursaries.
Blackbullion are running three 'More money, less problems' webinars to give you some tips and advice on how to increase your earning potential and get access to more money that’s out there, a lot of which is specifically for students.
Guest speakers will join us to share great strategies on how to generate more money, get yourself into a better financial situation and improve financial wellbeing - based on their own experiences doing just that.
Entrepreneurship (Tuesday, 7 June, 3pm): Meet successful entrepreneurs to learn how to start and run your own business and what mistakes to avoid, including what they wish they’d known when they started out
Side hustles (Tuesday, 21 June, 3pm): Listen to stories from people who have made money on the side to support themselves, including how to make money from your hobbies
Tips to secure additional funding (Tuesday, 5 July, 3pm): Learn how to increase the amount of money you have by applying for the millions of pounds of scholarships and bursaries out there and hear from people who have paid their way through university or college by taking advantage of this funding.
In each webinar, you’ll be able to ask the speakers any specific questions you have to really get to grips with the best ways to get more money.
We look forward to seeing you to learn how to earn more money and maximise your opportunities!
You’ll have to sign up for each of the webinars separately. Click the ‘Select A Date’ button and complete the signup process for each webinar you want to attend.
We’ll email you the link for each webinar once you’ve signed up. We’ll also send you reminder emails before each webinar that will include the link too.
Blackbullion is the Financial Wellbeing Platform on a mission to demystify the world of finance and improve access to funding for young people. Our platform is available to over 1 million students at almost 50 partner universities and colleges and is deeply embedded into Student Support departments, helping with funds distribution and financial education.
Financial support at BU
Check our Financial support pages for information about funding available at BU or what types of exernal funding you might be eligible for.