How to Meet People at BU

1. Join Clubs Join as many clubs and societies as your little heart desires. It’s a great way to branch out and try something new with people who are like-minded and interested in the same thing as you. There are clubs for everything and if you can’t find one that you like, then just create… Read more »

My First Week in Bournemouth

Hello! I am Spiwe Ncube from Zimbabwe and I have just started my MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology at BU. I would like to share with you the highlights of my first week in Bournemouth and I hope it helps you in your journey to study at Bournemouth! 15 September 2017 Today was filled with overwhelming mixed emotions…. Read more »

Why I’m glad I chose Bournemouth University for my Master’s

Are you wondering where to study your Master’s degree? Here are a few of the reasons why I’m glad I chose Bournemouth University for mine… Fees, Funding and Expenses Bournemouth University offers a wide range of scholarships that can be seen as a lifesaver for lots of students, especially, to those from developing countries. Also, the accommodation and living expenses in Bournemouth… Read more »

Survival kit for managing PG’s reading workload

We do not wait until we’re studying for a Master’s to start reading; we already read a lot whilst studying at undergraduate level or even long before that. So why is the importance of reading particularly emphasized at postgraduate level? What makes PG reading different than that of undergraduate study? The main differences are the amount and depth… Read more »

Being a Mature Student

I am Jaime Gorman. I am 40 and came to BU from Colorado to study MLit (Hons) English. On day one, as excited as I was, sitting in a cluster of a couple of hundred 18-year-olds was initially very awkward. Not only was I literally old enough to be their mother, I felt culturally and… Read more »