It seems that the biggest question asked of any student at university is “what next?”. For me, this question was posed part way through the third and final year of my Undergraduate degree, and my only response was uncertainty. I had spent so long focusing on passing my degree that I had spared no thought… Read more »
I have always had a fascination with medicine from an early age but medical school wasn’t an option for me back in the late 80s. I eventually trained as a Podiatrist, a role which I enjoyed for 10 years, but all the while felt I wanted more. I was watching an episode of ‘GPs behind… Read more »
They say Master’s students are usually more mature, more wise, more determined, more hardworking and better at multitasking. Is this true? Of course it is, however, it is assumed that postgraduate students never have time to do anything else but study. Now this is definitely not true. In fact, for Master’s students it’s just all about… Read more »
I have never been one of those people who have to see it to believe it. I like to think the world is a little more complex than that. Well – I say never – when it comes to my university experience, I am most certainly going to explore and see as much as I… Read more »
Wondering about the facilities BU has to offer postgraduate students? Watch Talya’s video showing some of the things you can expect on our Talbot Campus.
Ever wondered what a Postgraduate Open Day is like at Bournemouth University? Watch this vlog to find out more:
I was lucky enough to do my undergrad degree at Bournemouth University and I loved it! I had such a good time and I wasn’t ready to leave just yet. I had done my undergrad in Finance but I wanted to expand my knowledge in one of my passions, sport. Thus, why not get the best… Read more »
Choosing my degree I first chose my degree back in 2006, after 6 years of working in the humanitarian field. Having realised that charity work was my definite career pathway, I decided to invest in my potential. Inevitably, my work is based abroad and therefore gaining a qualification which is recognized internationally was most the… Read more »
1. Join Clubs Join as many clubs and societies as your little heart desires. It’s a great way to branch out and try something new with people who are like-minded and interested in the same thing as you. There are clubs for everything and if you can’t find one that you like, then just create… Read more »
Hey! Thanks for clicking on this Vlog thing! Today, I’m talking about why I chose to go to Bournemouth university twice!