This is a guest blog by current student Emily Poulton, studying BA (Hons) Sociology and Criminology. In January 2018, two other students from my course and I travelled to Malaysia for a month-long placement dedicating our time and efforts working with a small selection of outreach workers from an organisation called AIDS Action & Research Group (AARG). Our aim? To help… Read more » about My international work placement in Malaysia
Want to study an Anthropology course but not sure which pathway to take? Why not see what Nura and Alex have to say about the similarities and differences between their two Anthropology courses and why they chose to study them. You’ll see Christchurch House, home to the bone lab and a lot of Anthropology lectures,… Read more » about Anthropology degrees at BU
It can be tricky to narrow down your course choice when looking at university’s. But if you know your interested in Business Studies, you won’t need to choose your pathway option until the end of second year! Here at BU all of our first year students share the same first year and this gives you… Read more » about Business degrees at BU
This is a guest blog featuring Sophia McCall, studying BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management. We’re proud of the achievements of all of our students, and are always pleased when their undoubted skills and abilities are recognised by others too. Second year BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management student Sophia McCall is the latest example of a BU computing… Read more » about The European Cyber Security challenge
The internet is AMAZING. If you are anything like me then you’re on it all the time! It’s a great platform for opening up opportunities to explore more communities, meet new people and share your own posts and pictures, however, there are so many ways where this freedom you have online can be used against… Read more » about How to stay safe online
This is a guest blog by Meijia, a BU student studying BA (Hons) Computer Animation Arts. Meijia set herself a real challenge on her placement at CooCooSqueaky, a small independent games developer based in Bournemouth. Despite her talents in computer animation, Meijia had no prior experience with games, so everything she learnt at the company… Read more » about Meijia gains confidence about becoming a player in the Gaming world
Keen about sport but not too sure which direction to go in? Check out what current students Dan, Luke and Katie have to say about their different sport courses. The facilities, industry links and outstanding sport academics we boast at BU helps our students to truly stand out in this subject area!
Join me as I share with you how to drink more water in your day to day for a health student lifestyle!
This is a guest blog by BA (Hons) History graduate Tom Rayner whose ambition is to one day work alongside his lecturers as an academic himself. I learned many vital things I learnt in my three years at BU. On reflection, they shaped the course of my future as I became an independent adult. There are the academic… Read more » about How History has shaped my future
Watch my vlog, where I share some ideas on how you can spread kindness for free.
Different students have different reasons for studying a Master’s degree. You might have a specific job in mind, for which a Master’s degree is often the next step or simply want to further your knowledge. In her latest vlog, Talya shares her reasons for choosing postgraduate study.
We all think that whatever town our university is in, it is the best town for students but Bournemouth definitely is something special! When my friends visit from other universities, they comment on how great it is, so it’s not just my bias… here are a few reasons why: The Beach. Bournemouth is situated… Read more » about Why Bournemouth is the best town for students…