The Student’s Union at Bournemouth University offers a wide variety of clubs and societies to its students; ranging from the Film Society to the Poker Society along with the option to create your own if you see a club/society that doesn’t already exist. In this blog, I will be talking about PARTS (The Performing Arts… Read more »
Hi, I'm Jonathan and I'm a third year BA Television Production student at Bournemouth University who has loved making films and television shows for the past few years which I'm hoping to expand on. I have also been doing karate now for over nine years and am two grades away from black belt. Keep reading for more!
The overall university experience has been widely changed due to COVID-19 over the past few months – whether that’s first year students having a different experience than they initially expected due to chan ges to government guidelines or, in my case, as a third year student, completing what can be seen as your most important… Read more »
Covid-19 has affected all university courses in different ways, whether that is how your practical work is done or the key topics your theory work includes and there are potentially some changes to come as we enter a month-long lock down. For me personally, the lock down that started in March, alongside the university shutting… Read more »
Moving to university for the first time can be a nervous experience as it will be introducing you to a variety of activities and responsibilities you may be unfamiliar with, whether that is related to your accommodation or on your chosen course. For World Jump Day 2020, I’ll be looking at my own personal experience… Read more »
Media courses at Bournemouth University offer a variety of work (both practical and theory) and Television Production gives students a chance to try out all the key roles in the industry ranging from directing to camera operator before you are able to narrow down what you would like to pursue in the future. In this… Read more »
Choosing my university course was a process that took a few months to decide but the biggest areas that impacted me was the work I had enjoyed the most in the past and whether or not this course would help me advance in the right areas. BA (Hons) Television Production at BU was, without question,… Read more »
Choosing which course is right for you before going to university can be a challenge, no matter what industry you are looking at. Personally, my overall view about choosing a course shifted once I had attended one of Bournemouth University’s Open Days, as this gave me a clearer idea of what the media courses had… Read more »
Laundry whilst living in halls is something that is very quick and easy to get the hang off, thanks to what is offered to you by your accommodation and what you receive is similar across all the accommodations. Going into university, this wasn’t something I was fully used to doing it myself, but the halls… Read more »
There’s always things to do in and around Bournemouth. If your around town this summer, here are a few ideas to tick off your bucket list!