What is Blackbullion?
- Money skills for life
- An interactive e-learning platform covering financial and money management subjects for students
- Free to all University of Hertfordshire students; just register with the email address on your student record and student ID number
How does it work?
- Learning Pathways are delivered through short video lessons, making the content quick and engaging
- Throughout the modules, you will answer questions to test your knowledge and grow your financial skills
How do I sign up?
- Go to blackbullion.com
- Click Register
- Select 'a University Student' from the drop down menu
- Enter the required details and Begin your journey
- Select Hertfordshire as your University
- Enter your Student ID number
- You're in!
If you encounter any issues whilst using Blackbullion please contact us using the contact information below.
Why should I use it?
- Blackbullion is a product which is growing in popularity amongst universities
- The aim is to empower students to take control of their financial future
- Increase your employability by stating on your CV and personal statements that you have completed a financial capability programme
- Remove the stresses of finance from your life and make money management a habit for life beyond University
Blackbullion and the University Financial Assistance Fund (UFAF)
Students applying to the University Financial Assistance Fund (UFAF) must complete the Learning Pathways. These will be assigned to you after you have applied.
- Students must achieve a 100% pass mark
You can retake the learning pathway and final challenge as many times as you need into to gain the required marks.
- In order for the retake to be successful, make sure you’ve completed the learning pathway and final challenge
- You will have to go through and answer all questions in the second round, not just those that you missed the first time
Your UFAF application cannot be accepted if Blackbullion is incomplete at the point of submission you will be required to resubmit the application with updated evidence. Please see the UFAF page for more information.
If you have any queries, please contact us using the details below.