Bournemouth can be a great place for cheap eats if you know the right places to look, in this living crisis and being students we can all appreciate a nice, cheap meal and living in Bournemouth for a few years as a student here I have been able to compile a list of my favourite… Read more » about The best places to eat on a budget in Bournemouth
Keeping fit and healthy whilst at university may not be the first thing students think about, especially during freshers week and the Christmas period. So today, I am here to guide you through the ways that I like to stay healthy whilst at BU. Before coming to BU I was a fairly active person. From… Read more » about Keep fit and healthy with me at BU!
This is a guest blog by Velvet Johnson, who is studying BSc (Hons) Nutrition. Hi, I’m Velvet. I just turned 20 this summer and I’m currently in my third year studying a BSc in Nutrition at Bournemouth University. I chose to study here because the modules within the Nutrition Course looked varied and interesting and… Read more » about My placement experience in India
In this video, I give some comparisons to living in halls vs. living in a house. Hear about the perks and responsibilities involved with each option to help you decide where you want to live.
This is a guest blog written by Emily Davis, studying BA Hons) Marketing Communications with Advertising at Bournemouth University. Emily is currently completing a placement year at Stanley, Black and Decker as a Digital Content Specialist Intern. I work within the Digital & E-commerce team, reporting to the Social Media Manager for UK & ROI…. Read more » about Emily’s internship as a Digital Content Specialist
Bournemouth is a fantastic place to call home and there’s so much to do. Watch my vlog for my top tips of things to do under £10. From music nights to quiz nights and bowling, check out my best spots to go on a student budget.
National Student Pride is the biggest student LGBTQIA+ event in the country! The three day festival in February, hosted by University of Westminster, is made for students and run by student and it is committed to improve the queer student experience nationally! The event features a number of talks, a careers fair and performances which… Read more » about National Student Pride at BU
Hiya. I’m a PAL (Peer Assisted Learning) Leader, which essentially means I support my fellow students in their first-year. Watch my vlog to hear all about what the role involves and, if you’ve not yet started your uni journey, you’ll see what help is available when you get here! 🙂
As an Indian student living in the UK, I have always been fascinated by the rich cultural traditions and customs of other countries. The Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, is one such tradition that has always caught my attention. The Lunar New Year is based on the… Read more » about The History of Lunar New Year
Pratiksha is a BSc (Hons) Games Design graduate and was named by TIGA, the trade association representing the video games industry, as Graduate of the Year. In her guest blog she tells us how she’s found studying at BU, what it’s like to be a woman in the video games industry and what it was… Read more » about How I became TIGA’s Graduate of the Year
At BU, we have a vast range of facilities in every aspect of production and post-production at your disposal for your projects. From Sound Mixing and Editing, to Cameras and even a cinema room, in this blog, I will be showing you around the amazing facilities that BU has to offer! After Pre-Production, where you… Read more » about What facilities you have access to as a BA (Hons) Media Production student
It’s nearly time. Yes, it is nearly CHRISTMAS!!! I may be just a little bit excited. Nothing is more homely and warming than the festive period in Bournemouth. So what is so good you say? Well first of all if you like lights and decorations you will love the town centre. Bournemouth lights and decorations… Read more » about It’s the most wonderful time of the year – in Bournemouth!