Hello there! My name is Emiyn, I am an MSc Biological Anthropology student here at Bournemouth University. I wanted to talk about the Additional Learning Support offered here, as it has had a huge impact on the quality of my university experience. I entered Bournemouth University through Clearing, so beginning my university life was hectic,… Read more »
All our students and graduates have a lot to say! The BU family regularly share their experiences and top tips. We'll use the 'guest blogger' profile to publish content produced by students, past and present, that aren't part of our official team of bloggers and vloggers. Happy viewing!!
We’re the Transitions team. We want to help make sure your transition to BU is as easy as possible…. The two suitcases rule When thinking about what to bring to the UK there are a few things to consider. Check the luggage allowance for your airline. If you need to bring more, it’s usually much… Read more »
This is a guest blog by current student Ana Paula Teixeira, studying MSc Marketing Management. Back in March of 2018 I felt a growing urge for transformation. I was not even sure the “transformation” I was looking for was related to professional, personal or even spiritual issues. I started researching about several subjects in marketing,… Read more »
If you’re anything like me, then you like going out and getting a good photo for Instagram. If you’re joining Bournemouth University this September, here’s where you should head with your phone and a good friend to take that all important shot!!
Having completed an undergraduate degree in film at Falmouth, Dan was attracted to the MA Cinematography for Film and Television at BU due to the university’s reputation in the media industry. He said: “The course gave me a huge amount of practical experience. I was working on a different project every week, which really expanded… Read more »
Did you know that BU has been awarded EcoCampus Platinum? If you’re anything like me sustainability is important and during my time at BU I definitely feel encouraged to do as much as I can for the environment. There are so many ways you can do this (join me in future vlogs), but today I’m… Read more »
University brings to mind thoughts of opportunity and ways to get involved – and what better way to get involved than giving back to your community? I personally find volunteering a really rewarding and fun way to get involved in local (and not so local!) events and give back to the community. Bournemouth University offers… Read more »
Sijuade Yusuf is doing a 30-week placement at Hengistbury Head. Here’s a Q&A on her experience. Three words to describe your placement search: Full-on-research, devotion and doggedness What did you find the most helpful in your placement search?: Career Hub is indeed a great resource. All the help that is needed can be gotten on… Read more »
With its 10-mile-long promenade, rich countryside and well-organised roads, Bournemouth offers a great place to hop on a bike to commute or explore, trust me!! With its eco-mind, the university fully supports you bringing your bike to the seaside and offers a variety of services to support you doing so, and to keep you and… Read more »
I often find myself in a constant state of procrastination, spending way too much time on my phone, and chances are you do too!!! It’s 2019 and not a moment goes by uncaptured by our phones. Banking/photos/messaging/calling/internet/emails/calculator/tv/ social media/dating apps/music, the list is endless! It has been proven that spending too much time on your… Read more »