This is a guest blog written by BU graduate Kelseigh Hall about her experience on our MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology course and how it has helped her to achieve her career goals. My course and life at BU The MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology course covered a range of topics, not only content specifically related to… Read more »
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This is a guest blog written by EELF Committee Support Team Leader Joseph McMullen, a PhD student and part-time lecturer at Bournemouth University. Joe also studied his Bachelors of Law – LLB at BU. The European Environmental Law Conference 2021 Building links between law, science, technology, economy, and policy are key to addressing and resolving… Read more »
This is a guest blog by Maddy Higgs, a final year MDes Product Design student. Maddy won a competition through the Bee Friendly Trust to create a unique sculpture to raise public awareness of the decline in the honey bee and pollinator population. I’m a product design student just about to go into my final… Read more »
This is a guest blog written by Chris Jefford, a current BSc (Hons) Environmental Science with Foundation Year student. My Journey to university really started after I was discharged from the Royal Navy after 12 years of service. I wasn’t sure what to do with my life, but I knew I had to return to… Read more »
Kathryn has just completed her BA (Hons) Sociology and Criminology at BU. Kathryn didn’t quite get the grades she needed to get into her first choice of uni so applied to BU through Clearing. Hear how simple the process was and how everything worked out for the best.
This is a guest blog post from BA (Hons) Marketing Communications with Public Relations student Jack Roffey. The Placement Year can be complicated… When I was bought up, I was always told by my parents to expect the unexpected. Over the last year, I have certainly encountered that. Originally with my course, I was meant… Read more »
This is a guest blog post from BU graduate Daniel Fry who studied BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing. Since becoming a registered nurse in 2020 I am much more aware that my actions have a direct impact on an individual’s care of which the consequences, positive or negative, can be long lasting. There is one scenario… Read more »
This is a guest blog by BA (Hons) Computer Animation Technical Arts graduate Barbara Tucci. Barbara struck gold with the ScreenSkills Select-endorsed Computer Animation Technical Arts degree as it not only combined all her favourite subjects – maths, arts and computer science – but was also the perfect stepping-stone into the industry. Here she shares… Read more »
This is a guest blog post by current student Saga Oskarson Kindstrand, studying BA (Hons) Politics. My name is Saga, I am doing my bachelor in Politics at BU and just finished a 34 week placement at the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) in Copenhagen. I’m born and raised in Sweden but chose to attend… Read more »
This is a guest blog by current student Aranka Spanyik, read her blog to find out why she choose to study at Bournemouth University. Hello! My name is Aranka and I study International Tourism & Hospitality Management. When I came to an Open Day at BU, I instantly felt like I belonged, and I also… Read more »
This is a guest blog by Natasha Billson, who graduated with a BSc (Hons) Archaeology at Bournemouth University in 2013. Since then she has worked across the world as a Field Archaeologist and TV Presenter on the Discovery/Science Channel and Channel 4’s The Great British Dig: History in Your Garden. When I look back at… Read more »
This is a guest blog post by current student Cara Ginnifer, studying BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice. Hello, my name is Cara, I’m a student ODP. I initially heard about the NHS Learning Support Fund (NHS LSF) through student finance. Most students are aware of student finance but as allied health professionals we can apply… Read more »