How BU encourages students to follow their career prospects

Hello everyone! I cannot tell you how BU has improved my career prospects! As I am studying MSc Foundations of Clinical Psychology, my examples will be based on my course, but you can see what BU can offer in terms of placement opportunities. The first week of our classes, the professor came in to introduce herself,… Read more »

Daniela’s path to an academic career in anthropology

Daniela, from Italy, studied BSc Biological Anthropology at BU before progressing to MSc Applied Sciences by Research. She said: “Before starting my degrees I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do for a career. I knew I was interested in research, human anatomy, archaeology, forensics and psychology, but I couldn’t imagine myself in any of… Read more »

Rebecca’s story – why I chose MSc Biodiversity Conservation

Rebecca recently completed her MSc Biodiversity Conservation. We asked her a few questions about her BU experience. What was your main reason for studying a postgraduate qualification? Redirection into a new career. Why did you choose BU? Renowned department, wonderful location and good university. What are the best things about your course and academic experience overall?… Read more »

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How I chose my postgraduate course

My journey towards pursuing my course began many years ago, as early as middle school when I knew exactly what I intended to do with my life – help people to my best ability. It took me 5 years studying psychology, a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, a Postgraduate Diploma in Criminal Justice, plenty of… Read more »

A day in the life of a Masters Archaeology student

Being a Masters student is at once awesome and really hard. It can easily make or break you, with a step up in work, understanding, and time management. So, I would like to present – a day in my life as a Masters Archaeology student.   7am – wake up. Having already been woken up… Read more »