It’s no secret that throughout university, us students can fall into unhealthy habits of consuming one too many Pot Noodles and the only exercise being walking back from the club after a long night out. Whilst these activities can of course be a part of the uni-life, its important to not repeat too many unhealthy… Read more »
This is a guest blog written by BU graduate Kelseigh Hall about her experience on our MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology course and how it has helped her to achieve her career goals. My course and life at BU The MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology course covered a range of topics, not only content specifically related to… Read more »
Summer break is not only a great time for us to relax but also opens unique opportunities to learn and develop new skills and meet new people. To make my first summer break in the UK more memorable, I applied for a 3-week virtual voluntary project with the People & Planet and participated in a… Read more »
Pagoda Project I came across the Pagoda Project’s skills programme as a student of LL.M (international commercial law) at Bournemouth University. Initially, I had chosen to study for Master of Laws as an international student at Bournemouth University (BU) because of the school reputation for supporting their graduates in the process of securing post-study placements… Read more »
Hiya, As I’m going into my third year I thought it would be fun to look back over my freshers move in vlog and react to it for you, explaining all the things that went on behind the camera and how I was feeling about uni on that first day. Emily 🙂
Hiya, So recently I got the opportunity to work as a camera operator at the Bournemouth 7s rugby festival, it was an amazing weekend and I’m so grateful for the opportunity, so I thought I’d tell you all about it 🙂 Emily 🙂
Hiya The summer before I went to uni my head was swimming with questions about what uni was like. How do you meet people? How do you avoid getting lost on campus?? What if I don’t drink!? So I thought I’d put together a list of all the questions I wanted answering before I went… Read more »
Since the lovely weather has started and summer has rolled into full force, Emily and her housemates have gone out exploring yet again and have found some more Bournemouth gems to share with you! We hope you find some new places to explore from this video 🙂 Watch Emily’s other vlog about places to visit.
Yes I learnt a lot about my course and industry while at university, but my time at BU taught me a lot about life too. These are some of the key lessons I learnt: 1. Friendships It is cliche but the value of friendships becomes very clear while at university, you start to appreciate quality… Read more »
BA (Hons) Sociology & Social Anthropology student Ayra joined BU through Clearing. Hear her story here and how she found the whole process.
Like many international students living and studying abroad for the first time, I was struggled at first to manage my living costs when I came to the UK. After few months of adjusting to my new life, I have experienced and collected some useful tips that may help new students prepare for their upcoming journeys… Read more »
Moving to university is an entire experience on its own. You have traveled the distance, you have your belongings in bags, and you have just stepped into your accommodation. Now you are here and classes have not yet begun, so you may start to feel the sense of “what now?” I have personally met an… Read more »