Kerry Jalie

My experience of the Senior Leadership Apprenticeship at BU

This is a guest blog by Kerry Jalie, Strategic Portfolio Manager for the NHS, and a student studying the Senior Leadership Apprenticeship (SLA) at BU. I started the SLA in September 2022, and I can honestly say I am really enjoying it! The content is interesting and varied and the combination of on-campus and remote… Read more » about My experience of the Senior Leadership Apprenticeship at BU

My journey to BU as an international student was tough yet motivating and rewarding (part 2.)

This is a guest blog by Yaw Preko (MBA) Master’s of Business Administration Navigating the intricacies of the visa application process and arranging travel tickets presented significant hurdles on my path to studying abroad. With limited knowledge about these procedures, I sought assistance from a trusted agent, adding to the already substantial financial burden of… Read more » about My journey to BU as an international student was tough yet motivating and rewarding (part 2.)

My journey to BU as an international student was tough yet motivating and rewarding (part 1.)

This is a guest blog by Yaw Preko (MBA) Master’s of Business Administration Dreaming of pursuing a master’s or PhD in business abroad has been a long-standing aspiration for me, transcending geographical boundaries and offering a broader academic horizon. However, the prospect of studying overseas entailed grappling with the weighty burden of financial considerations, which… Read more » about My journey to BU as an international student was tough yet motivating and rewarding (part 1.)

How the accreditations on the Multimedia Journalism course aid your employability

The Multimedia course at Bournemouth University is accredited by three industry-recognised bodies that help boost your employability. In this blog, I’m going to go through what they are and what they mean for you studying this course and your future in Journalism. When studying Multimedia Journalism at BU, one of the accreditations that you are… Read more » about How the accreditations on the Multimedia Journalism course aid your employability

The role of accreditation in Psychology degrees: what does it mean?

Are you interested in studying Psychology at BU? Then you may have seen this phrase appear on our website, in our prospectuses, or during one of our open days: “BPS accreditation.” Some people (like me, for example) didn’t always understand what it meant to have a BPS-accredited Psychology degree. But don’t worry — I’m here… Read more » about The role of accreditation in Psychology degrees: what does it mean?

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My overseas experience as a Master’s student with the Turing Scheme

My name is Madelain and I have recently completed the MSc Nutrition and Behaviour course at Bournemouth University (BU). Having completed an undergraduate degree in BSc Public health, I found I had a keen interest in nutrition, as well as promoting overall health and wellbeing. I had always been interested in the idea of traveling… Read more » about My overseas experience as a Master’s student with the Turing Scheme

Shabnam and Unnati

The Dynamic Relationship between AI & Intellectual Property Law

Hello, we are Unnati Rajput and Shabnam Mehrabi, international students studying LLM Intellectual Property Law. One of the most interesting units we had this semester was Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Property Law and given that the ownership of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has dominated most discussions in this legal domain, we were elated to attend the… Read more » about The Dynamic Relationship between AI & Intellectual Property Law

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How the Business School’s Employability Programme helped me in interviews

Kristian studied Business & Management with Project & Operations Management at BU, and maximised the learning opportunities on offer within the Business School during his studies. He attended many of the Business School Employability Programme sessions and shares in his vlog how it helped him at interviews when finding a graduate position.  

My Hackathon event experience

During my reading week in the first semester of my second year of studies, I participated in the Bournemouth University X ClickASnap & Teemill Hackathon event, run by the Computing and Informatics department! This was the second Hackathon event I have taken part in, and these events were open to all students within both the… Read more » about My Hackathon event experience

My MSc Events Management dissertation allowed me to pursue my passion

This is a guest blog by Zoe Leonard, MSc Events Management student. Why did you decide to study at BU and what has attracted you to this course?  I was already working at Bournemouth University in Research Events & Training, and I had several colleagues who had started courses and were progressing well and really… Read more » about My MSc Events Management dissertation allowed me to pursue my passion

Aziean in New Forest

My research journey, and my advice for your success

This is a guest post by PhD student Aziean Jamin. Hello, I am Aziean Jamin, a PhD student at Bournemouth University Business School. In addition to that, I am also employed as an academic at Universiti Teknologi MARA Malaysia. Currently, I am on a three-year study leave. Through my working experience, I had the privilege… Read more » about My research journey, and my advice for your success