This is a guest blog post by Zoey Bonfante, sharing her experience of studying MA English & Literary Media with the Faculty of Media & Communication. Zoey completed her Bachelor’s degree in English at Rosemont College in the US. Zoey moved from Philadelphia to study in the UK. As someone who graduated university almost a… Read more » about Zoey’s experience studying MA English & Literary Media
The ULTIMATE guide to being a foodie at BU
Food, food, food – who doesn’t love it? As a “foodie” myself, having lots of different options was crucial for me. Whether it’s restaurants, cafes, or fast food services, Bournemouth is full of them! Today I’m going to give you the ultimate guide to what Bournemouth has to offer… So let’s start with everyone’s speedy… Read more » about The ULTIMATE guide to being a foodie at BU
Batuhan’s experience studying LLM International Commercial Law
This is a guest blog written by Batuhan who is studying LLM International Commercial Law. My name is Batuhan, I am currently a LLM Student at Bournemouth University. I study International Commercial Law which was my dream to study during my master’s degree. The fact that Bournemouth University is well-known in the legal community in… Read more » about Batuhan’s experience studying LLM International Commercial Law
The life of a BU nutrition graduate
This is a guest blog from BU graduate Lauren Jones. Lauren shares her experience of studying BSc (Hons) Nutrition and her career path since graduating. Hi there to all of you, my name is Lauren. I recently graduated in 2022 from Bournemouth University with a BSc (Hons) Nutrition degree. I can’t believe the time has come… Read more » about The life of a BU nutrition graduate
Reasons I love studying Social Work at BU
This is a guest blog by current BA (Hons) Social Work student Shanley Bray. Hiya, my name’s Shanley and I’m currently in my final year of my Social Work degree. Social Work at Bournemouth University has been ranked within the top 5 over the past 3 years in the Guardian League Tables. Personally, after carrying… Read more » about Reasons I love studying Social Work at BU
From Freshman to Flourishing: Top Hacks and Insider Tips
Starting university is an exciting time in anyone’s life, but it can also be daunting for new students. The pressure that comes with living in a brand-new place, making friends and even managing time and resources efficiently to study. You might be wondering how to make the most of your university experience along with the… Read more » about From Freshman to Flourishing: Top Hacks and Insider Tips
Study and work opportunities abroad at BU
Did you know that most BU students are eligible to receive funding in order to study and work abroad? If challenging yourself in an international setting sounds like your kind of thing, then keep on reading for all the necessary details! The new Turing Scheme enables BU students to study or work abroad during their… Read more » about Study and work opportunities abroad at BU
My experience as a mature postgraduate Social Work student
This is a guest blog written by Abi Jones, a mature student currently in her first year of MA Social Work. I am in the first few weeks of my first 70-day placement at We Are With You (Drug and Alcohol Services) and I am finding that there is lots of opportunity for learning, both… Read more » about My experience as a mature postgraduate Social Work student
How MSc Nutrition & Behaviour expanded my knowledge and skills
This is a guest blog by BU graduate Consuelo Fernández Prieto where she shares her experience on the MSc Nutrition & Behaviour course and her future career plans. My name is Consuelo and I am a registered Dietitian and recent graduate from MSc Nutrition & Behaviour at BU. When I decided to expand my knowledge… Read more » about How MSc Nutrition & Behaviour expanded my knowledge and skills
Accommodation as a DSA student + the benefits of ResLifeBU
Moving to Bournemouth soon? Whether you’re local to Bournemouth or elsewhere, keep reading to find out more about my experience booking accommodation as a disabled student and my experience with ResLifeBU. So firstly, I travelled to Bournemouth for an open day and took a tour of the accommodation. I checked out Student Village, Cranborne House,… Read more » about Accommodation as a DSA student + the benefits of ResLifeBU
What to do as a Bournemouth Uni student, outside of Bournemouth!
While Bournemouth itself is famous for its extensive beach, pier and gardens, there are plenty of places you can visit only a stone’s throw from Bournemouth itself! In this blog, I’ll take you on a tour of some of the best places I have been to along the Jurassic Coast. First up we have Worbarrow… Read more » about What to do as a Bournemouth Uni student, outside of Bournemouth!
Deciding which type of Bournemouth accommodation suits you!
Bournemouth University has a wide range of accommodation options, which makes it easier to find one that perfectly suits you. Here is information and tips on some of the different types of accommodation you can choose from when joining BU. Lansdowne Campus: Dorchester house homes 530 first year students and 60 postgraduate students. For 2022/23… Read more » about Deciding which type of Bournemouth accommodation suits you!