Throughout my studies at Bournemouth University, I have been aware of how much welfare support BU offers for students. Going through half of my second year studying Sociology and Social Anthropology, here are some of the support services that I have personally used. Health and wellbeing. There’s student wellbeing providing counselling for students. I went… Read more »
Hi! My name is Ayra and I studied in Malaysia until I was 20 years old before deciding to study abroad. I choose Bournemouth University to further my Undergraduate studies in the Sociology and Social Anthropology. I am now halfway into my degree and have noticed several differences in my study skills when I’m… Read more »
While choosing the right university, you never know how well you would integrate in the course or in the student community. I think considering a university for the support that offers is a key aspect to examine during your selection process. In my opinion, transitioning from Bachelors to Master’s was made easy thanks to academic… Read more »
Hey, this is Lara from Italy and I’m in my final year here at BU studying computer animation art and design. In this blog, I would like to tell you a bit about the academic support I use at BU to sustain my studies. Throughout my time at BU I discovered there are many ways… Read more »
My alarm clock rings and by 8 am I have to get up and start my day. As an international student living in the UK, this is an insight on what my life is like during lockdown. From 9 am lecturers to 5pm seminars, Nerve radio, cooking, and getting ready, this vlog captures one of… Read more »
One of the largest privilege we have during lockdown are the resources to stay connected with our loved ones regardless of distance. Friendships are a key aspect in staying afloat during our young lives of experiencing independence. This is especially true for international students due to starting fresh in a place where everything is new…. Read more »
This past first semester, I started my master’s degree in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship. I’ve learned a lot about study techniques, the importance of community, and a lot about myself. Check it out!
When I was 18 all I knew was that I like to travel and discover new cultures and that is what I found at Bournemouth University! For my undergraduate degree, I studied BA (Hons) Tourism Management. However, to begin with I only really new what the Tourism part of the course involved and didn’t focus… Read more »
Dear students, How are you? Have you eaten, rested? Are you keeping well? I wanted to reach out to you during this time to acknowledge a few things about the current environment we are in. I too, am just another international student staying in my accommodation where my whole life resides. As much as I’m… Read more »
This first semester of my master’s degree at Bournemouth University has been a true whirlwind! I’ve made friends, am working 2 part-time jobs, and completing my assignments. If you would like to gain insight into what your first semester could look like, or gain some tips and tricks, check out the video below!
This is a guest blog by Hristina Zaykova, who’s studying BSc (Hons) Games Design at BU. My name is Hristina Zaykova, and I am an international student taking a bachelor’s degree in Games Design at BU. Last year I had the opportunity to take an internship at Imperia Online JSC, as a game designer. Imperia… Read more »
At Bournemouth University there are lots of ways to gain global work experience. Current student Tiger talks to us about his work placement at WeTransfer in Amsterdam and explains how it will help him once he graduates from his course. Tiger received Erasmus+ funding to help support him during his placement whilst studying Business Studies… Read more »