The BU and UK Experience, and the Things I Learnt

Back in 2019 when I finally decided to come to Bournemouth University, I knew that the coming year was going to be different from everything I had ever known. From all the stories people tell about their time studying abroad, I had gathered that the year was going to be a new learning experience at… Read more » about The BU and UK Experience, and the Things I Learnt

Portfolio Tips – MA 3D Computer Animation, Digital Effects Application

With an increase in the demand for Computer Animation roles, both MA 3D Computer Animation as well as MA Digital Effects have seen a boost in the number of applicants throughout the years. Both courses are designed for students who wish to excel in a variety of 3D fields. There are a few things to… Read more » about Portfolio Tips – MA 3D Computer Animation, Digital Effects Application

How I’m finding my course during Covid-19

Hiya, Being on a practical course in the middle of a pandemic comes with it’s challenges, so I thought I’d discuss how we’ve got over them and our new ways of working in TV 🙂 Thanks for watching! Emily 🙂

From Rome to Bournemouth – how BU helped build my career with Siemens

This is a guest blog by Jonathan Faraoni, our BSc (Hons) Computing graduate, and currently studying MSc Internet of Things at Bournemouth University. My story begins in 2015 when at the age of 19 years old I decided to move abroad for my studies and pursue a bachelor’s degree in science and technology. After many… Read more » about From Rome to Bournemouth – how BU helped build my career with Siemens

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My experience at a virtual Postgraduate Open Day

I’ve never been to a virtual open day before, and my first one was with Bournemouth University! It was such a great opportunity to speak to lecturers, the immigration team, and even students who are currently doing the course I was considering. If you’d like to hear more about why you should sign up to… Read more » about My experience at a virtual Postgraduate Open Day

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How to adapt to working and learning from home

The pandemic has caused a ripple of change across the entire world and in order to stay safe, many of us have been asked to work and study from home. Over the past few months, I have continued to work two part-time jobs alongside my master’s degree and even though it’s been tough I’m slowly… Read more » about How to adapt to working and learning from home

A day in the life of a trainee through the eyes of Aisling Scott

This is a guest blog post by graduate Aisling Scott after completing the Legal Practice Course. As I approach just over the half way mark of my first seat in Laceys Private Client team, the stressful process of applying for training contracts seems a lifetime ago and I can safely say it was all worth… Read more » about A day in the life of a trainee through the eyes of Aisling Scott

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Why would you study for a Master’s degree ?

In the crowded job markets nowadays, employers tend to look for candidates that stand out and can be distinguished easily. The extra higher – level qualification would give you a competitive edge between other applicants to improve your financial prospects as well as investing in your own future showing your ability to commit to an… Read more » about Why would you study for a Master’s degree ?

LLM in Intellectual Property Law and My Experiences

Choosing to do Intellectual Property Law as my Master’s Degree was a fairly simple choice for me. I wanted to do a course that would not pigeon hole me into one specific field, and the opportunities provided by IP in business, technology, creative media and more made it exciting. The most attractive feature I found… Read more » about LLM in Intellectual Property Law and My Experiences