Hey! It has now been a few weeks from completing my dissertation, and I thought it would be a great moment to reflect on my time at Bournemouth University over the past three years. My time at university was a life-changing experience that I will always treasure. The ride was certainly not easy, but it… Read more »
I came to Bournemouth four years ago and started my degree in Events Management. The first two years were about learning the ropes and taking on different challenges along the way. Here’s my 10 piece of advice I wish someone had told me before I moved to university, and some that I hope will help… 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 »
Hi! As today is world jump day I thought I’d talk a little bit about the jump between college/sixth form and university and learning to live independently. It’s definitely not as scary as you might think and actually a lot of fun! Emily 🙂
Hello, my name is Stian. I am an international student from Norway studying MSc Events Management at BU. Here I am sharing the reasons why I chose BU for my postgraduate degree.
Hello, my name is Abde Ali. I am an international student from India studying MSc Events Management at BU. Here I am sharing my experience of choosing BU for my postgraduate degree.
Clearing is being made easier than ever with the new, personalised system, Clearing Plus. Previously, Clearing meant that you had to search through listings of courses and then contact each university to talk through your options. With 30,000 courses to choose from, this can understandably be a bit overwhelming. With Clearing Plus, UCAS are hoping… Read more »
So many students talk about how amazing their placement experiences were and how they simply applied for a job opportunity and secured it. However, that’s not always the case. What’s a real placement experience like? How should you prepare? Check out the vlog below to find out more!
I’m a Bournemouth girl that went away to get the whole university experience, studied in London and worked for a few years in the science industry after but coming back to Dorset deciding to settle in and find my way through BU. When I came back, I was very confused as to what to do… Read more »
This is a guest blog by current student Eloise Pearce, studying BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science. The application process when applying to any university, for any course, can be a stressful experience no matter which subject you are hoping to study. Even more so for the BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science course due to its limited spaces… Read more »
Ten pieces of advice I would like to give as a fellow Indian Student in Media and Communication Courses (more or less also applicable to other courses and pathways): Research your journey. Before even leaving your home take a good look at your journey plan and try to find some interesting avenues. If a… Read more »
Being a first-generation student can be a tough gig. For some, it can feel strange knowing how to fit into a place that none of your family have been before. If you feel this way, don’t worry! Feelings of stress and worry before starting university are completely normal, especially if you are a first-generation student…. Read more »