Feeling anxious about returning to campus? We’re here to help

For University students, the last year and a half has been a very anxious and unsure time. Ultimately, returning to on-campus learning is a benefit for most student’s education, but it can be a tricky time at all levels of study. Although some people may be looking forward eagerly to the return of on campus … Read more

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Getting to Know BREO, Your Virtual Learning Environment

Many students tell us they log in to BREO every day during their studies to check for information and updates. BREO stands for Bedfordshire Resources for Education Online and it is a collection of online tools to help and support students with their studies. You will find information about your teaching team, links to live … Read more

How to Download Microsoft Office for Free

Once you have access to your student email account, you can also download Microsoft Office for free. Guide to downloading Microsoft Office To download Microsoft Office, click the button below to read our guide. Your University account includes access to Word and Excel Online, OneNote, OneDrive and much more. We would recommend you save files … Read more

How to get the best from online learning and stay motivated

At university it is common to take learning into your own hands – you will have pre-reading to do for lectures, you may have tasks to complete, and getting your assignments done is up to you. Your learning is your responsibility.  When you start university, things may be a little different. Being on video call, … Read more

5 top tips to balance work, life, and studying at Bedfordshire

Being a student is sometimes a bit of a juggling act, especially if you are balancing working, life, responsibilities, commuting – the list goes on.  To help you find your centre, we’ve listed our five top tips to balance work, life, and studying whilst at the University of Bedfordshire.  Create a schedule and prioritise  Writing … Read more