Category: News

My life on Talbot Campus

Some of my favourite spaces at Talbot Campus. As a postgraduate student of Corporate Communications under the faculty of Media and Communications all my classes were held on Talbot campus which meant that I got to spend a lot of time there. Getting around in the first weeks wasn’t easy and I must admit I… Read more »

My placement at Obergine

If you don’t already know, the placement search is all but a leisurely walk in the park. There is no “how to guide” which ensures a position with all the best perks. Perhaps, you may find the process easier or have all the right connections, but for most students, especially international students requiring work visas like… Read more »

Image of Eldrida in graduation gown

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 »

Photo of Marta with friends in Okeford House

Okeford House – A paradise for postgraduates

Not sure where to live? Little bit scared? Near the Campus or a little bit further? Or probably your major question is: Flat or Studio? This summer I was really struggling with all of these questions after I got accepted to Bournemouth University. I asked myself: what are my priorities? From this question I started… Read more »

Why my social life is more important now I’m a postgraduate…

Life is not just about knowledge. It is also about the connection, interaction, and communication. You will be bored or suffer from a lack of motivation if you isolate yourself from others. You must be ready for your real adventures ahead and there is no reason for us to just confine ourselves to our comfort zone. Social… 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 »

Retaining money as a student

Being a student inevitably means there’s going to be limitations in terms of your spending. Unless you’re descended from a line of millionaire or billionaire parents that spoil you (or in that case if your parents are pretty strict and want you to experience the struggles of living) then you’re going to have to watch… Read more »

Christmas in Bournemouth: places to go and things to do

Despite Bournemouth being quieter at the moment than during the term, there are still lots of things to do as you prepare for Christmas. The city seems less crowded due to the fact that many students are going back home, not only uni students, but also students from language schools too. If you’re staying in the town for Christmas… Read more »