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 »

Graduate story: Broadening leads to Legal consultant role for top firm

Having completed her first degree in law at Baskent University in Turkey, Ilgin Muftuoglu was keen to broaden her horizons by studying abroad.Ilgin began to research postgraduate legal qualifications at universities in the UK, as a means of improving her English skills and developing a global business perspective.She said: “During my research, Bournemouth University stood… Read more »

Survival kit for managing PG’s reading workload

We do not wait until we’re studying for a Master’s to start reading; we already read a lot whilst studying at undergraduate level or even long before that. So why is the importance of reading particularly emphasized at postgraduate level? What makes PG reading different than that of undergraduate study? The main differences are the amount and depth… Read more »

Plan for my Master Degree

As the saying goes “there are only 2 things you can start without a plan: a riot and a family, for everything else you need a plan”. Approaching the final stage of my Master in Law program, I tremendously acknowledge the importance of clear planning on keeping track and reaching the goals of my master study…. Read more »

How to make uni a place like home: The ultimate guide to BU’s welfare and support

Many of us are afraid to face the anxiety of first going to uni; especially if we have to move away from home and sometimes even to another country. An independent life starts; we have to learn to live, study and struggle financially and emotionally – without mommy always around to back us up when something happens…. Read more »