The likelihood that some aspects of your course will be more or less engaging than other aspects is high. Some modules may require more attention in order for it to ‘click’ in your head, so it’s important to always have a fresh mind when tackling these times. I’m a firm believer that your environment can… Read more » about Time to change your study spot
Thinking about or preparing to go to university with a health condition or disability can be a daunting. I have Type One Diabetes, and my biggest worry for going to university was how I would adapt to a new student lifestyle, and if there was support available at BU for me to access. I am… Read more » about Going to university with Type One Diabetes
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!
Are you interested in sports and fitness? At Bournemouth University we have some fantastic offers that will keep you healthy and well through our sports BU membership. Situated on Talbot Campus we have the Training Zone, Rees Suite High Performance Gym, two fitness studios and a Sports Hall. Our facilities are open from 7.15pm-10.30pm Monday… Read more » about The benefits of SportBU as a student
Saturday 3 December 2022 is International Day of Disabilities. Disabilities can be defined as any physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses or activities. The international day is a United Nations day that promotes the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. The theme for 2022 is ‘transformative solutions for inclusive development:… Read more » about Celebrating the International Day of Persons with Disabilities
This guest blog is by Sarah Clark, who is studying MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology. She explains why she was drawn to this particular course and how BU has helped to support her studies whilst managing various health conditions. I was initially drawn to BU’s MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology Course when I was looking… Read more » about Why the benefits of floating led to postgraduate study
Hiya, In this weeks post I thought I’d show you what i get up to in the evenings. I’m part of a few clubs so on a Wednesday night I host a radio show with one of my friends and then straight after I have a pole fitness class so I’m very busy. I thought… Read more » about My evening routine as a uni student in final year
People say the first impression lasts, and I think it applies to my study experience in the UK. It has been a few weeks since I finished my postgraduate study in MA Marketing Communications at BU, but everything still feels surreal to me. Little have I realised how fast time has passed and how much… Read more » about Little things I love about living in the UK
Whenever breaks roll around after busy periods of submissions, I’m always left wondering, “What do I do now?” Each time, however, I end up stumbling across a plethora of means to enjoy my time. Here’s a list of ways I’ve found to make the most out of my breaks: 1. Organising Activities: Whenever we’re all… Read more » about Life as an International Student during Breaks
One of the most significant reasons for me to choose the UK for my master’s degree year was higher multiculturality compared to other European countries. According to my experience as an international student in the UK, I can say that the UK education system tries to improve its cultural diversity vision in many areas…. Read more » about The new episode on my “international friends” series
Hey! I hope you enjoy this video of my new morning routine that best fits my life as a Masters Student. From waking up early to doing self care activities, these are things that help me be more mindful and focused for the rest of the day!
I remember the first time I came across the topic of men’s mental health was when I worked on an 8-week project with Youth Champs for Mental Health (YC4MH) as part of my virtual internship with Think Pacific. What surprised me most was the concerning statistics about men’s mental health. Growing up in a society… Read more » about Men’s mental health and why we should talk about it