I’m Q Amos, a first year student studying BA (Hons) Media Production. Here are my top study tips, especially useful for exams and assessments coming up. Enjoy 🙂
Emily shares some of her useful revision tips that can be applied to any type of assessment.
Uni is very different from school or college! You will most likely be expected to be a little more independent and are required to spend a good amount of time independently completing wider reading for your course. I definitely struggled with this when I arrived at uni, as although there is available support from lecturers… Read more » about Study Tips Whilst at Uni
That dreaded time of year is nearly upon us again…exam season. For a lot of people, exams can cause stress, nerves and a lot of anxiety, but it doesn’t need to be that way. By properly preparing for your exams you can have more confidence in yourself and eliminate those feelings of stress. Here are… Read more » about Six study tips
Along with all the benefits of summertime in Bournemouth come the unwelcome and unpreventable exams. As an arts student I got away relatively unscathed during my undergrad. While the physicists and medics slogged away at endless weeks of tests and papers, I had only a handful of 3 hour, high pressure scribble fests. However, exams… Read more » about Olivia’s top study tips
Dom’s here with his top study tips to help you ace your coursework and exams!
I never liked studying. Or rather, I was never really good at it. It boils down to my inability to retain attention for too long at a time. But as I grew older, I figured out how to work around that. Use Post-it Notes! Pictured above is my desk. It is usually… Read more » about My top study tips
Hello, my name is Ijeoma Madukaife, a Public Health Master’s degree student 2018/2019. You are probably asking yourself, am I sure this is the right course for me? Well, my answer is YES!! First of all, not everyone has it all figured out. So, don’t be too hard on yourself. Public Health is all about… Read more » about Top tips on studying MSc Public Health
This guest blog is from Jack Creasy, a BSc (Hons) Games Design graduate and TIGA (The Independent Game Developers’ Association) Graduate of the Year. In this blog, Jack reviews his experience of the course and offers some top tips for prospective students considering our Games courses. What made you choose BU? I attended a Bournemouth… Read more » about Gain tips and insight into the Games course at BU from TIGA Graduate of Year
Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram for more international news and stories! Moving to the UK as an international student is an exciting journey filled with opportunities for growth and learning. However, the process of finding suitable private accommodation and settling into a new home can be overwhelming. In this blog, we will explore how… Read more » about Navigating the housing market as an international student in the UK: Tips for finding suitable private accommodation and settling into your new home
This blog will take you through the opening of Clearing, what to expect, how to approach universities and choose a place. I’ll also go into detail about what to consider and how to negotiate with universities and how to handle Clearing if it’s unexpected! Clearing 2023 is open from 5th July until 17th October. Clearing… Read more » about How to handle Clearing – my top tips
In my first year of studying BA (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management, the units I studied included Tourism and Hospitality Industries, Financial Reporting, Tourism Wildlife and the Environment, Marketing, Food Systems, and Global Hospitality. Over the entire year, I was on campus for an average of 4 days per week. During peak assignment times… Read more » about My top tips for Tourism and Hospitality students