Not sure which computing course you would like to study at BU? Hear what computing students, Luke, Oscar and Will have to say about their course, units and facilities available. They also discuss placements, what they hope to get out of them and what other students have gone on to do!
This is a guest blog by current student Chloe Neal studing BSc (Hons) Retail Management. From September until December 2018 I took a leap of faith and studied abroad at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. So why Madrid you may be asking? There were many options of places to study globally due to Bournemouth’s… Read more » about Guest Blogger: Chloe Neal’s exchange to Spain
This is a guest blog by current student Deepam Ramchurn, studying BA (Hons) Tourism. I chose BU specifically because it offered me the chance to take a placement year, and I was impressed by the connections the university has with big companies in the industry. I knew that doing a placement would give me the upper hand over other students once I’d… Read more » about My placement year with Pacific Asia Travel Association
If you want to make the most out of your time at BU, I’d definitely recommend getting involved with SUBU. There’s plenty of opportunities for everyone. In first year, I volunteered to be the Student Rep. This led to a snowball effect; The skills and experience I gained from joining the rep team helped me… Read more » about How SUBU can transform your student experience
Over 70 students took part in BU’s fourth annual undergraduate research conference: Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE). The conference is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates and recent graduates to share their work and develop their presentation skills to other students, academics, staff and attendees from external organisations. As well as demonstrating academic successes, it gives students… Read more » about Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE) conference
This is a guest blog by current student Siobhan Glover, studying BSc (Hons) Marketing. I completed a 12-month placement at L’Oréal, based in Hammersmith, London. I decided to apply to L’Oréal because I wanted a globally recognised brand on my CV, and had the best year of my life there! My main task was updating and simplifying L’Oréal’s digital reporting… Read more » about My Marketing work placement
Which Accommodation Is Best For You? Choosing accommodation for university can be confusing with all the criteria to consider and it becomes a mine field when you can’t decide which one you like best. This simple little flow diagram quiz I’ve created, should help you narrow it down to at least one or two! Just… Read more » about Which accommodation is best for you?
Do you think about the meaning and experiences of justice? Do you think about issues around (in)equality and citizenship? Current student Amy talks about why she loves her course, what she plans to do during her placement year and how her confidence has grown immensely from her experience at university.
Recently, I was able to get involved with Nerve Radio as my friends Tia, Dee and Yasmine run their own radio show! I am a BA (Hons) Communication and Media student and was lucky enough to make an appearance on Valentines day so it gave us a topic to speak about all the way through…. Read more » about Getting involved with Nerve Media
With a strong, international reputation for our media courses and the only Centre for Excellence in Media Practice in the UK, you can certainly find your media degree of difference with BU. The questions is, which to choose? Four current students, all studying different courses tell us about their experiences, what they love about their… Read more » about Media and Communication students chat to us about their courses at BU
This is a guest blog by BU graduate Paul Linsdell. Paul Linsdell credits BU for shaping his career in the legal profession. He completed the LLB (Hons) Law and postgraduate Legal Practice Course at BU and is now a Senior Solicitor, specialising in family law, in Stowe Family Law’s Winchester office. “Having studied and enjoyed law at A-level I wanted to… Read more » about Life after graduating in Law
For students looking for higher education, some key factors come into play when choosing a university. Factors such as cost, geographical location, accreditation, academic quality are some common key considerations. For postgraduate students, especially international students, cost is a key factor when selecting a university. In the UK, the average cost of a postgraduate degree… Read more » about My Faculty of Management Executive Dean’s Scholarship