This is a guest blog post written by Postgraduate Public International Law student Chiedozie Chukwujiuba Nwagu. I arrived at the Executive Business Centre on Wednesday 8 February in anticipation of guest speaker Lubna Shuja, upon my arrival I found an exciting atmosphere filled with a degree of suspense from the networking audience. On Lubna’s arrival,… Read more » about Chiedozie’s experience with guest speaker Lubna Shuja
What next? Deciding your Career Path after Graduating from BU Law.
Now that you have graduated! You must have been congratulated for a job well done; to be candid postgraduate programme generally are rigorous. Particularly Master of Laws (LL.M) entails personal research and development alongside the requirement to fulfill some hours of attendance of seminars and lectures. As an international student, the competition is higher, therefore,… Read more » about What next? Deciding your Career Path after Graduating from BU Law.
Your Postgraduate Studies at BU; Tips on your Application as an International Student.
BU as your choice! Now that you have chosen Bournemouth University (BU) as your next place of education and development. You may have the assurance of the quality of postgraduate (PG) training being offered in various courses of studies by an array of disciplined but caring faculties with multicultural backgrounds at BU. In subsequent paragraphs,… Read more » about Your Postgraduate Studies at BU; Tips on your Application as an International Student.
Santander’s scholarship and Pagoda Project digital skills internship; my brief account.
Pagoda Project I came across the Pagoda Project’s skills programme as a student of LL.M (international commercial law) at Bournemouth University. Initially, I had chosen to study for Master of Laws as an international student at Bournemouth University (BU) because of the school reputation for supporting their graduates in the process of securing post-study placements… Read more » about Santander’s scholarship and Pagoda Project digital skills internship; my brief account.
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
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
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
Bridging the Distance During the Pandemic
Like many other students from Bournemouth University, I chose to stay in the UK and not return home to India for the duration of the pandemic. It was a difficult decision that had to be made for the safety of my family and I. Many of us who chose to stay back have, in past… Read more » about Bridging the Distance During the Pandemic
The Lockdown and My Thoughts on Surviving It
What an unbelievable time to be alive! For everyone around the world, irrespective of age and place, these times are sure to be full of uncertainties, fear and at the very least, an all-consuming boredom. As negative thoughts and feelings take over us, the need to hold on to any amount of normalcy is of… Read more » about The Lockdown and My Thoughts on Surviving It
BU graduate named Lawyer of the Year
A commercial property lawyer and BU alumnus has been named Lawyer of the Year at the Dorset Legal Awards. William Warnock completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at BU in 2010 and went on to complete the Legal Practice Course (LPC) in 2018. He is currently a Commercial Property Lawyer based at Dutton Gregory’s Poole… Read more » about BU graduate named Lawyer of the Year
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 » about Graduate story: Broadening leads to Legal consultant role for top firm