Lockdown Life: Day of a EU Student

Lockdown has changed lives completely. There is no doubt about it. Lots of us are missing our family, friends and all the things we could do before this pandemic began. However, thanks to the internet not everything is bad, and the staff at Bournemouth University have shown to be very supportive in this time. So… Read more »

How A Scholarship Kickstarted My Uni Life

Financing your studies is probably one of the biggest worries I had when I was thinking about choosing a university. Will I be able to afford my course? What about my rent? Will I have something left for nights out? These questions haunted my mind when I got my offer to study here, at Bournemouth… Read more »

Graduate story: Passion for social justice leads to British Red Cross role

A postgraduate law qualification has helped Keziah Gitonga pursue her passion for social justice by taking up a role with the British Red Cross. Since completing the LLM Law Framework in 2015, Keziah has joined the charity as a Service Co-ordinator within the International Family Tracing Team. The team helps to connect people in the… Read more »

Life for a Nigerian in Bournemouth: from cultural shock to integration

Hi, my name is Siju Yusuf from Nigeria, studying MA Media and Communication. Living in Bournemouth and studying at the University is one of the most exciting yet fulfilling things I have ever done. I have enjoyed experiencing a new culture and interacting with people of diverse nationalities.  First, the cultural shock  I was not… Read more »

The life of a MA Corporate Communication student

I am Sugandha Bhandari from India and I am studying a master’s in Corporate Communication. It sounds like it is a very niche subject, but it is not. This degree prepares students not just for communicating with corporate professionals and stakeholders, but also for handling crisis in marketing communications. Undergraduate vs postgraduate studies A typical… Read more »