This is a guest blog written by Beckee White, a BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance student. I have lived and worked in Poole for the last ten years. Yes, you may have guessed right, I am a mature student! Not only am I a mature student, I am also a proud mother of two, a… Read more »
Group projects can be daunting and not always associated with fair work. However, they shouldn’t be, as working in a team is valued greatly by employers and they provide an opportunity to broaden your views. At BU all lecturers are aware of the fact that not all students have the skillset to work in a… Read more »
We all enjoy the assessments at university but some more than others. Essays, reports, literature reviews and all kinds of group projects at the postgrad level can be challenging whether you just finished your undergrad or are returning to study after several years. So let me tell you what to expect from PG level assignments… Read more »
Coming to university, one thing I couldn’t not do is explore the local coffee shops and brunch spots. As a big brunch fan I had to do my fair share of scouting out the good spots. With a student budget and needing vegetarian friendly options, I have found some fabulous coffee shops and eateries in… Read more »
Hiya, During my first year at BU I stayed in Bailey Point and had the absolute time of my life, I loved my dorm room and flat so much so I thought today I would share with you my experience staying there and what my flat looked like. Enjoy! Emily 🙂
This is a guest blog post by current student Cara Ginnifer, studying BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice. Hello, my name is Cara, I’m a student ODP. I initially heard about the NHS Learning Support Fund (NHS LSF) through student finance. Most students are aware of student finance but as allied health professionals we can apply… Read more »
Starting university is daunting but it became a lot easier once I learned some tips and tricks. After completing my bachelor’s degree and now studying for my master’s degree, I have learned along the way that choosing your degree can be a fun experience! Here are a few of my top tips for choosing your… Read more »
Choosing accommodation for university can be tough, but here are a few things I’d like to share with you from my experiences living in Student Village, Unilet, Private Rented accommodation, and Lyme Regis House whilst studying at Bournemouth University!
I can’t lie, nightlife and things to do in the area was one of the main factors that helped me make the final decision. It is also one of the main things I get asked by people considering university. So, in this blog I’m going to talk about the clubs and bars in Bournemouth, what… Read more »
After living in the United Kingdom for almost 5 years now and working in almost 10 different job roles, I have learned a few tips and tricks on how to write a CV and cover letter. If you would like to find out more, check out the vlog below!
This year has been incredibly challenging, but it has provided me with so many opportunities that I am truly thankful for. Check out the video below if you’d like to find out more about the student experience over the past year.
This is a guest blog by April Dyer, who is studying BSc (Hons) Nutrition. Hello, I am April and I am a final year Nutrition student and I have lived in Bournemouth all my life. Although Bournemouth University was an obvious choice for me as it was local, I looked at many universities. In the… Read more »