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 🙂
BU student Madhumitha shares reasons why she choose BU to study MA Post Production Editing at postgraduate level. After lots of research online and talking to counsellors in the UK and India she chose BU. She gives us her reasons for travelling to the UK to study at Bournemouth University and also how she is… Read more » about Why study Post Production Editing at Bournemouth University
Hey this is Madhumitha, a postgraduate film student at Bournemouth University. Watch me take you through some of the travel packing mistakes and lessons I learnt as a postgraduate student flying to the UK for the first time!
Sousdey everyone! Hello everyone! (Sousdey means Hello in Khmer) Well, where should I begin – I don’t know how to capture this in a few sentences. But let me try. Born and raised in a remote village in Cambodia, my life has been nothing but adventurous since a very young age. From living in a… Read more » about From Angkor Wat to Bournemouth – A Chevening Scholar’s Story
This is a student blog from Christina, a graduate in MSc Health Psychology. Here she talks about what it’s like to study at Bournemouth University and what brought her to study Health Psychology, as well as what she plans to do in the future. My name is Christina Davis and I graduated with an MSc… Read more » about How BU supported my journey into Health Psychology
Hey this is Madhumitha, a postgraduate film student at Bournemouth University. In this vlog, I hope to introduce you all to some cheap and affordable shops in Bournemouth! Enjoy!
Taken for Granted The world’s natural resources are fast depleting; globally, human beings are using them faster than they can naturally replenish themselves and we are not also replacing or replanting as much as we take or at the pace we explore where possible. For instance, reports have emerged that the fashion industry is not… Read more » about Generational Equity and Sustainable Environment: a Common Goal for All.
This is a guest blog by Laura Hardy, who supported our Design & Engineering department‘s Athena Swan award application and is also involved with the Women in STEM Society here at BU. Hi! I’m Laura and I’m currently in my final year studying BEng Mechanical Engineering here at Bournemouth University. During my second year of… Read more » about How the Design & Engineering department supports the Women in STEM Society
Postgraduate study, in terms of the primary units, bears some similarities to my undergraduate degree (Television Production) and with my fourth year of study shifting back to a fully on-campus experience compared to my third year with this also allowing our course to go fully back onto productions. As we move into semester 2, our… Read more » about A day in the life of a postgraduate student
Political Psychology is a combination of two words that look quietly indifferent. I see a confused face every time I meet with someone when I talk about my course, as I also can imagine your face right now! Although many people are not very familiar with this brand-new social science discipline, Political Psychology is getting… Read more » about Political Psychology, is this concept even possible?
Before starting my master’s programme at BU, I used to work in the industry for three years. At the beginning of my journey at BU, I used to worry that the academic gap and difference in teaching methods would make my study in the UK more challenging. Little did I know that with the great… Read more » about How the support of my Faculty Learning Development team has helped me to best perform in my academic work
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….