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.
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
Kristaps studied BSc (Hons) Sport Management at BU and he’s now graduated and working at FIFA in their World Cup division. In this guest vlog Kristaps talks about why he got involved with the Business School’s Employability Programme and how it benefited him when securing a graduate role.
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.
Hello everyone! My name is Chizuru Tanaka and I am delighted to introduce you to my Turing Scheme experience. First of all, I would like to introduce my background. I have been working for a Japanese bank and am taking advantage of my company’s sabbatical leave system to study an MBA course here at Bournemouth… Read more » about How I used the Turing Scheme for my MBA project
This is a guest blog by MSc International Management student, Muhammad Sohaib Abbasi about studying this course as an international student. Coming to a different country especially as an international student is never easy, however as a Pakistani studying MSc International Management; I can surely say that it was the right decision. Moving from Pakistan… Read more » about Muhammad’s experience of studying MSc International Management
In her guest blog, Ene Adasen, who is studying MSc Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship talks about how she has managed the challenges of postgraduate study alongside family life and how studying on this course has benefited her own business. I remember feeling apprehensive when I first arrived at Bournemouth for the MSc Innovation Management &… Read more » about Balancing family life with postgraduate study
Neda Asadfalsafizadeh is studying MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship. In her guest blog she talks about why she chose to study at Bournemouth University and what she’s enjoyed about the course so far from the location near the beach to the range of units studied and the opportunities available to students. I would like to… Read more » about My exceptional academic journey at BU
This is a guest blog by Asanka Abeykoon, MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship student at Bournemouth University, talking about a business field trip to Hall & Woodhouse. This was my first ever outdoor interaction at Bournemouth University and I was so thrilled about the opportunity to visit Hall & Woodhouse in Dorset as a part… Read more » about My experience of a business field trip to Hall & Woodhouse
Embarking on the journey of Management with Business Analytics at Bournemouth University has been nothing short of an adventure sprinkled with learning, growth, and, dare I say, a few thrilling surprises! The course has been an incredible blend of intellectual prowess, practical insights, and those golden nuggets of transferable skills that make every assignment feel… Read more » about #LEleadership 2023: Business conference at Bournemouth University
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
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….