This is a guest blog by MA Media & Communication student Julia Weiss. Julia discusses why she continued to study at BU after her undergraduate and what she enjoyed most about her Master’s degree. Bournemouth University offers a wide range of services but also opportunities, which I was able to firstly experience during my bachelor’s… Read more »
As the workload can increase when comparing an undergraduate course to a postgraduate course, there are many important aspects to consider when heading into a Master’s when it comes to managing that workload, making sure that the workload is evenly spread out and that you are taking enough time off in between when completing the… Read more »
I’m Q Amos, a first year student studying BA (Hons) Media Production. Here are my top study tips, especially useful for exams and assessments coming up. Enjoy 🙂
Hi my name is Madhumitha and I study MA Post Production Editing at BU. I joined this September and in this vlog I explain what surprised me most after moving to the UK! I hope you enjoy my vlog….
This is a guest blog post from graduate James Henson who studied BA (Hons) Television Production. BU graduate James Henson has won the best student film award for his gradate film at the Soho London Film Festival. This is his story. “Last summer I realised that I hadn’t taken my short film, RUT, any further… Read more »
Whenever I have faced a complicated life choice, I have time and time again found myself going back to the quote, “Good things happen to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” – Abraham Lincoln. I was in a similar dilemma when the COVID-19 lockdown started and the biggest challenge… Read more »
This is a guest blog post by graduate Lucy Brady, graduate from BA (Hons) Television Production. Last February, I was fortunate enough to be offered a job at ITV Daytime as a Studio Technician, working part-time alongside completing my TV Production degree at Bournemouth University. My contract was due to change to full-time in June, however, 2020 had… Read more »