This first semester of my master’s degree at Bournemouth University has been a true whirlwind! I’ve made friends, am working 2 part-time jobs, and completing my assignments. If you would like to gain insight into what your first semester could look like, or gain some tips and tricks, check out the video below!
One thing most students worry about before coming to university is money. But, don’t worry, you won’t have to live off Pot Noodles because that is all you can afford. That is a myth. You can eat well and do all the things you want to. The trick is budgeting. Some people do end up… Read more »
Hiya, In today’s post I thought I’d give you some tips on how to balance everything. I think it’s so easy for uni to get hectic, you’re getting set a bunch of work whilst having to do all your cooking and cleaning as well as maintaining a social life and I think on certain busy… Read more »
Completing a degree at Bournemouth University has been amazing, but I’d say everything else I did on the side made this experience that much more rewarding. Here are a few things you too can do alongside your studies at BU that can help keep you balanced but also help you in the future. Please be… Read more »
Hello! In this vlog, I share my top 5 budgeting tips that I found very helpful for me throughout my studies so far at Bournemouth or in the UK in general. Hope you’ll find some of it to be useful! Have a good one! – Ayra H.
Access to essential university facilities such as the library was definitely one of the biggest things that affected my studies when we entered the first lockdown in March 2020. Gone were the days where I could head to the peaceful and warm library with stable Wi-Fi access and printing services to knock out an assignment…. Read more »
Interested in making your CV stand out from the crowd? The Global Talent Programme offered by Bournemouth University is a great opportunity to do this! I’ve just completed the entire programme in two months! Check out the video below to find out how you too can finish this whilst juggling your other commitments and your… Read more »
I first came to the UK in September, as the autumn season was beginning. I was lucky to experience the gentle transition from the warm, sunny summer to the cool winds, slowly having a chilly bite. Perhaps because of the nostalgia I have with being new in the country and starting a new university, I… Read more »
Back in 2019 when I finally decided to come to Bournemouth University, I knew that the coming year was going to be different from everything I had ever known. From all the stories people tell about their time studying abroad, I had gathered that the year was going to be a new learning experience at… 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 »
BU has plenty of clubs and societies to offer, from sports to baking to cocktail making! Resurface is a club/society a little out of the ordinary at BU. With wellbeing at the heart of its surf, yoga and social community, it offers a lifestyle activity course available to people looking to improve their general wellbeing,… Read more »
Four easy student recipes with minimal ingredients, that you can either jazz up or simplify. 1. Jamie Oliver’s 12 Minute Pasta 2. Thai Curry 3. Miso Ramen 4. Blue Cheese and Leek Risotto