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My Hospitality placement experience in Melbourne, Australia

My name is Kacey Woods, I am currently on my placement year, studying BA (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management. I am currently carrying out a ‘split placement’ over two different organisations in Melbourne, Australia. I have just completed my first placement; as conference and events intern at the Sofitel Melbourne-On- Collins in Melbourne, Australia…. Read more » about My Hospitality placement experience in Melbourne, Australia

Stacey, Rosie, and Eli’s Duke of Imran Award

This is a guest blog post from BA (Hons) English students Stacey and Rosie, and  BA (Hons) Communication & Media student Eli. What is the award about? The Duke of Imran Award is about rewarding extraordinary engagement in class and “soundness of moral character.” Our Journey to Greatness (Duke of Imran Guild) Stacey (she/her): I… Read more » about Stacey, Rosie, and Eli’s Duke of Imran Award

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My overseas experience as a Master’s student with the Turing Scheme

My name is Madelain and I have recently completed the MSc Nutrition and Behaviour course at Bournemouth University (BU). Having completed an undergraduate degree in BSc Public health, I found I had a keen interest in nutrition, as well as promoting overall health and wellbeing. I had always been interested in the idea of traveling… Read more » about My overseas experience as a Master’s student with the Turing Scheme

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My trip to Chennai, India, as part of the Turing Scheme at BU

I’m Gabriella Maraschin and I have just returned from my trip to Chennai, India, as part of the Turing Scheme at BU. I am about to begin my 3rd year studying BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy at Bournemouth University. I chose Bournemouth University because they support and welcome international students (like myself) and they are a… Read more » about My trip to Chennai, India, as part of the Turing Scheme at BU

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The Dynamic Relationship between AI & Intellectual Property Law

Hello, we are Unnati Rajput and Shabnam Mehrabi, international students studying LLM Intellectual Property Law. One of the most interesting units we had this semester was Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Property Law and given that the ownership of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has dominated most discussions in this legal domain, we were elated to attend the… Read more » about The Dynamic Relationship between AI & Intellectual Property Law

My experience during Alumni Fest

Thinking about life after uni can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. The transition from being with friends all day and night with the occasional lecture in between to the professional world comes with its own set of challenges and triumphs. Recently, Bournemouth University held ‘Alumni Fest’ an insightful event where previous graduates from Bournemouth came… Read more » about My experience during Alumni Fest

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How the Business School’s Employability Programme helped me in interviews

Kristian studied Business & Management with Project & Operations Management at BU, and maximised the learning opportunities on offer within the Business School during his studies. He attended many of the Business School Employability Programme sessions and shares in his vlog how it helped him at interviews when finding a graduate position.  

CMAE Student Award winner Joe Evans.

Award-winning Sports student on life at BU

Joseph Evans recently graduated from BSc Sports Psychology and Coaching Sciences (now BSc Sport Coaching). In recognition of his achievements, Joseph was awarded the Club Management Association of Europe (CMAE) Student Award. We caught up with him to find out how he found his experience of studying at BU and what he plans to do… Read more » about Award-winning Sports student on life at BU

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Susie’s experience as a BU Law student

I live locally so it was an easy choice to make studying at Bournemouth University. Coupled with Bournemouth being ranked number 3 in the 2024 Complete University Guide for graduate prospects, it was an easy decision. The university works closely with local law firms, creating a great foundation for students at BU to pursue a… Read more » about Susie’s experience as a BU Law student

Representing BU at the IMechE challenge

Jacob Whitelegg is a Mechanical Engineering graduate who took part in the IMechE challenge this year, representing Bournemouth University. In his guest blog, he reflects on the challenge and his time as a student. Tell us about the IMechE challenge. What did you do? I was part of Bournemouth University’s “2nd” year team, known as… Read more » about Representing BU at the IMechE challenge

My MSc Events Management dissertation allowed me to pursue my passion

This is a guest blog by Zoe Leonard, MSc Events Management student. Why did you decide to study at BU and what has attracted you to this course?  I was already working at Bournemouth University in Research Events & Training, and I had several colleagues who had started courses and were progressing well and really… Read more » about My MSc Events Management dissertation allowed me to pursue my passion

Life as a final year Computing student

BSc (Hons) Business Information Technology student Zayn Mehrali is in his final year of the course. He recently took part in a poster event for final-year computing students, during which students had the opportunity to showcase their projects and get feedback from academics to help them progress their ideas. In his guest blog, he talks… Read more » about Life as a final year Computing student