Hi guys! In this vlog, I’ll share with you the day in life as a Sociology and Social Anthropology student. I know it seems like my daily life is ‘very chill’ but I do have a lot of independents studies which makes it not so chill. But I really enjoy my course 🙂 Hope you… Read more »
I can’t lie, nightlife and things to do in the area was one of the main factors that helped me make the final decision. It is also one of the main things I get asked by people considering university. So, in this blog I’m going to talk about the clubs and bars in Bournemouth, what… Read more »
Hello everyone! Can’t believe we’re already in May, how time flies! And I’ve been living in Bournemouth for almost 2 years too! So, I would like to share with you my top 5 experiences living in Bournemouth. Hope you’ll find it useful. Making friends This must be one of the top worries for every new… Read more »
After living in the United Kingdom for almost 5 years now and working in almost 10 different job roles, I have learned a few tips and tricks on how to write a CV and cover letter. If you would like to find out more, check out the vlog below!
This year has been incredibly challenging, but it has provided me with so many opportunities that I am truly thankful for. Check out the video below if you’d like to find out more about the student experience over the past year.
May is upon us and to most of us this will be a time filled with deadlines and dissertations, exams and preparations. If you are anything like me, I have to battle the stress that comes with it all. Personally, I am seeing three deadlines and four exams and even the thought of it has… Read more »
Virtual Open Days can be confusing to navigate and so it can be easy to forget some key details. So, here are my top tips to make the most out of a Virtual Open Day: 1. List of questions Make sure you have a list of important things you want to know and turn them… Read more »
Moving to the United Kingdom was a challenge and I remember feeling quite alone. However, with the support from the university and from the Student Unions different clubs and societies, I was able to meet new people and friends from all over the world!
Hey, I’m Lara and I’m back again to talk about support at BU, (if you haven’t read my first blog on this subject check it out here). This time, I would like to look at a different type of support BU offers you in your first year, and how to support your fellow students during… Read more »
I first learned the label ‘third culture kid’ when I was seventeen and I was immediately intrigued. It was nice to put a label to something unknown, especially when the conversations of “Where are you from?” would arise. Third Culture Kid is defined as those individuals who are raised in a culture different from their… Read more »
So, you’ve got your offers back and you’ve gotten into university, what now? First of all, congratulations!!! The next steps can seem very daunting, but they’re actually very exciting and you should enjoy it. I’m almost about to graduate and I would do anything to go back to to that moment. The next steps Accommodation… Read more »
Throughout my studies at Bournemouth University, I have been aware of how much welfare support BU offers for students. Going through half of my second year studying Sociology and Social Anthropology, here are some of the support services that I have personally used. Health and wellbeing. There’s student wellbeing providing counselling for students. I went… Read more »