The annual Berlin Film Festival trip is organised by the Film Society 🎥 Here’s what we got up to this year. It was an amazing trip and the Film Society does weekly screenings and has lots of socials to join in with and opportunities to meet like-minded people 🙂
My experience as a mature postgraduate Social Work student
This is a guest blog written by Abi Jones, a mature student currently in her first year of MA Social Work. I am in the first few weeks of my first 70-day placement at We Are With You (Drug and Alcohol Services) and I am finding that there is lots of opportunity for learning, both… Read more » about My experience as a mature postgraduate Social Work student
How MSc Nutrition & Behaviour expanded my knowledge and skills
This is a guest blog by BU graduate Consuelo Fernández Prieto where she shares her experience on the MSc Nutrition & Behaviour course and her future career plans. My name is Consuelo and I am a registered Dietitian and recent graduate from MSc Nutrition & Behaviour at BU. When I decided to expand my knowledge… Read more » about How MSc Nutrition & Behaviour expanded my knowledge and skills
My take on the role of the Advertising industry in the Climate Crisis
This is a guest blog post written by MA Advertising student Manya Deora. I recently attended a panel discussion hosted by the Media and Communications department at Bournemouth University. The topics presented were discussing the advertising, marketing, and communications industries and if or how they are consciously or unconsciously fostering a culture of consumerism on… Read more » about My take on the role of the Advertising industry in the Climate Crisis
My experience as an international student studying MSc Nutrition & Behaviour
Hi, Hello, Namaste! I’m Madhurya from India. I’m currently doing my Masters in Nutrition & Behaviour at Bournemouth University. I’ve been in the field of nutrition for close to a decade now and while I was working as a nutritionist in India, I realised that diet and behaviour go hand in hand which I found… Read more » about My experience as an international student studying MSc Nutrition & Behaviour
Why I chose my course in BU
Why Tourism Management? I am happiest when I am travelling. I absolutely love creating itineraries. The research itself is enlightening. I have often planned travel and accommodation for myself as well as friends and family. All those successfully executed plans gave me a sense of achievement and pushed me in the direction of taking formal… Read more » about Why I chose my course in BU
Are you looking to study Nutrition at BU?
After I finished my education back in India, I decided to put an end to studying and start making money. I did that for three years until I realised that, personally, for me, being a student is a lot more fun and rewarding than having to meet monthly targets. That’s when I looked out for… Read more » about Are you looking to study Nutrition at BU?
The Reasons Behind My Decision
When it comes to your future, making a decision is the hardest thing ever. The situation becomes even more difficult when you come up with the exciting yet risky idea of studying abroad. You need to consider numerous aspects, from the country and city to the course and University. After all, you are spending… Read more » about The Reasons Behind My Decision
Chiedozie’s experience with guest speaker Lubna Shuja
This is a guest blog post written by Postgraduate Public International Law student Chiedozie Chukwujiuba Nwagu. I arrived at the Executive Business Centre on Wednesday 8 February in anticipation of guest speaker Lubna Shuja, upon my arrival I found an exciting atmosphere filled with a degree of suspense from the networking audience. On Lubna’s arrival,… Read more » about Chiedozie’s experience with guest speaker Lubna Shuja
Why I loved EDfest, the Business School’s Experience & Development festival
This is a guest blog by BU student Sarah Clark about her experience of attending the Business School’s annual Experience & Development festival – EDfest. As my intuition grows, I’m increasingly getting drawn to attend certain events or talks – but little did I know just what an enormous impact EDfest would have on helping… Read more » about Why I loved EDfest, the Business School’s Experience & Development festival
How I got a paid placement in UK as an international student….
As summer was approaching I was super nervous and at the same time excited about applying for multiple jobs at multiple companies for my placement year. For sure, it was a roller coaster ride. I did not know where to get started and had suffered many setbacks but in the end, all of it was… Read more » about How I got a paid placement in UK as an international student….
Why the benefits of floating led to postgraduate study
This guest blog is by Sarah Clark, who is studying MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology. She explains why she was drawn to this particular course and how BU has helped to support her studies whilst managing various health conditions. I was initially drawn to BU’s MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology Course when I was looking… Read more » about Why the benefits of floating led to postgraduate study