Many of us struggle during the first few months at university because the pressures of our courses, struggling with our workload and not understanding the course content amongst other new experiences. BU have helpfully compiled a list of tips and tricks in order to help you if you feel you are struggling. These really helped… Read more »
It’s no secret that throughout university, us students can fall into unhealthy habits of consuming one too many Pot Noodles and the only exercise being walking back from the club after a long night out. Whilst these activities can of course be a part of the uni-life, its important to not repeat too many unhealthy… Read more »
This is a guest blog written by BU graduate Kelseigh Hall about her experience on our MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology course and how it has helped her to achieve her career goals. My course and life at BU The MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology course covered a range of topics, not only content specifically related to… Read more »
Pagoda Project I came across the Pagoda Project’s skills programme as a student of LL.M (international commercial law) at Bournemouth University. Initially, I had chosen to study for Master of Laws as an international student at Bournemouth University (BU) because of the school reputation for supporting their graduates in the process of securing post-study placements… Read more »
This is a guest blog written by EELF Committee Support Team Leader Joseph McMullen, a PhD student and part-time lecturer at Bournemouth University. Joe also studied his Bachelors of Law – LLB at BU. The European Environmental Law Conference 2021 Building links between law, science, technology, economy, and policy are key to addressing and resolving… Read more »
Since the lovely weather has started and summer has rolled into full force, Emily and her housemates have gone out exploring yet again and have found some more Bournemouth gems to share with you! We hope you find some new places to explore from this video 🙂 Watch Emily’s other vlog about places to visit.
Melly’s back to share her tips about some of the best places to visit in the local area if you’re looking for a bit of history and culture.
Back in Nigeria – in October 2020, when I received the email from BU International Admission that learning would take place online for my January 2021 postgraduate programme, I became really curious and perturbed. I wondered aloud and spoke to some friends who had completed their studies before the advent of Covid-19 in the… Read more »
As someone who has lived in Bournemouth all their life, there is no doubt that it is a scenic location. With its beaches, town centre and vibrant nightlife, it is the perfect place for someone looking to study at Bournemouth University. However, there is another fascinating side to Bournemouth within its history which many people… Read more »
In this video, BU vlogger Melly is part of BU’s Cricket and Women’s Squash team and describes how this experience has benefited her – from enabling her to meet new people, enjoy some exercise and generally have fun.
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 »