In this guest vlog, BU Business & Management (Marketing) graduate Hannah Martin shares her experiences about the Employability Programme at Bournemouth University, which is exclusive to Business School students.
One of the highlights for students who join BU every year is Freshers Week! Freshers Week is an opportunity to go out, have fun, take part in activities, and meet new friends! In this blog, I talk about my experience of Freshers Week at BU, including what my expectations were Vs the reality. Before I… Read more » about Freshers Week: Expectations Vs Reality
Hey, I’m Lily, a TV Production student here at BU, and this vlog is my advice to you about joining clubs and societies at uni! I am so glad I got involved in more societies in my second year and put myself out there more – as it’s such a great way to meet new… Read more » about Why I’m glad I joined a society in second year
Hey guys, this is my vlog about living in Winton, one of the areas of Bournemouth that students can live in whilst studying at BU. I talk about how close it is to campus, the town, and other things to do as a student! I hope you enjoy 🙂
Embarking on a journey as an international student, I immersed myself in two distinct worlds of education: the United Kingdom and India. The contrasts in teaching styles and grading systems between these two countries have offered me invaluable insights into diverse approaches to learning. In the UK, education focuses on fostering critical thinking and independent… Read more » about Navigating education: a comparative look at UK and Indian teaching styles and grading systems
I’m back with another vlog, this time I’m talking about the amazing perks of joining a society or club whilst at university! 😍😎
This is a guest blog by Keyia. Hello, my name is Keyia, I’m an international student from Nigeria and I am currently studying MSc Public Health at Bournemouth University. Besides being an international student, I’m also one of the faculty reps for Bournemouth University Student Union and a member of the Bournemouth University influencer community…. Read more » about My MSc Public Health student experience
What to pack for university If you are reading this, you have either decided to go to university, or you are seriously considering it! When I found out I had a place at BU to study BA (Hons) Sociology, one of my first thoughts was about all the things I would need to get and… Read more » about What to pack for university
Buying and making food while at university is often very daunting. How do I know if this is cooked? What do I need to have on my plate to eat healthily? How much is this going to cost?! All of these questions appeared in my mind when I started university. So, to help you out,… Read more » about How I eat healthy and delicious food, while on a budget!
Greetings! My name is Helen Tokaiqali and I am an Army Environmental Health Officer (EHO), dedicated to safeguarding the health and well-being of personnel within our forces. Alongside my military responsibilities, I have embarked on an exciting journey as a part-time student pursuing an MSc in Public Health at Bournemouth University. This unique opportunity allows… Read more » about Unravelling the Public Health puzzle: my experiences pursuing an MSc at BU
Bohan Liu is studying a Postgraduate Research degree within the Bournemouth University Business School. We’ve asked her some questions about her experiences of this and what advice she has for anyone who is considering Postgraduate Research here at BU. Why did you choose to undertake research at BU and what has attracted you to research… Read more » about Becoming a Postgraduate Research student at BU
Studying at university is incredibly exciting, but for many students it means relocating from your hometown to somewhere completely new – sometimes across the country, or even from another continent! It might seem daunting, but making friends at university is simple. Remember, everyone is in the same boat, so don’t feel as if you’re the… Read more » about 5 ways to make friends at university