BU as your choice! Now that you have chosen Bournemouth University (BU) as your next place of education and development. You may have the assurance of the quality of postgraduate (PG) training being offered in various courses of studies by an array of disciplined but caring faculties with multicultural backgrounds at BU. In subsequent paragraphs,… Read more »
Studying in the UK had always been my dream until the day it finally came true, thanks to the Faculty of Media and Communication’s Executive Dean’s Scholarship. My journey to apply for a master’s programme started in 2019 after two years of working in several positions in marketing and communications. Lacking an academic background in… Read more »
Whether you’re applying for university straight from 6th form, college, or are a mature student, the experience can be daunting, especially if you’re applying without assistance from your college. Now you’ve decided to go to university and what you’d like to study, the application process begins. There are two deadlines, dep ending on where and… 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 »
BA (Hons) Sociology & Social Anthropology student Ayra joined BU through Clearing. Hear her story here and how she found the whole process.
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.
Starting university is daunting but it became a lot easier once I learned some tips and tricks. After completing my bachelor’s degree and now studying for my master’s degree, I have learned along the way that choosing your degree can be a fun experience! Here are a few of my top tips for choosing your… Read more »
Hello everyone! Can’t believe we’re already in May, how time flies! And I’ve been living in Bournemouth for almost 2 years too! So, I would like to share with you my top 5 experiences living in Bournemouth. Hope you’ll find it useful. Making friends This must be one of the top worries for every new… Read more »
Exams might not be happening quite as planned again this year but in this vlog from February 2020, Emily shares some of her useful revision tips that can be applied to any type of assessment.
After living in the United Kingdom for almost 5 years now and working in almost 10 different job roles, I have learned a few tips and tricks on how to write a CV and cover letter. If you would like to find out more, check out the vlog below!
This is a guest blog by Mark Westbrook, studying BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. At 38 years, I am a mature student who came to the BU family after completing two years of a three-year degree in Sports Injury and Rehabilitation. After researching BU’s BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy offering and confirmation of my year two BSc grading, I… Read more »
When I was 18 all I knew was that I like to travel and discover new cultures and that is what I found at Bournemouth University! For my undergraduate degree, I studied BA (Hons) Tourism Management. However, to begin with I only really new what the Tourism part of the course involved and didn’t focus… Read more »