As we start university, some of us may have had friends we either grew up with, went to elementary school with, or even met during A-levels and have a friendship bond with. This all changes when university starts; we either join the same universities with them or, for some, part ways due to different university… Read more » about Making friends at university – a nursing student’s perspective
Hi there! I’m Katy, a postgraduate researcher in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University. What is my research about? My research aims to look into TikTok usage beyond the number of hours a day or week. TikTok needs to be more researched as psychology research needs to work on keeping up with… Read more » about Staying at BU for a Postgraduate Research Degree
Hiya, my name is Lily and I’m a second-year TV production student at BU, and in my vlog below, I tell you my top five online resources that have been most helpful in my studies so far!
Settling into university life Starting university, you quickly realise that it forces a level of independence and responsibility, which can be a massive change from home and for some students, a newfound sense of freedom. It is easy to get carried away with the late nights and lie-ins. I found that by the first few… Read more » about Reflecting on my first year: what would I do differently?
Hey, it’s Lily and I’ve recorded a vlog about my 5 reasons why you should attend a BU open day – enjoy! 🙂 Hope to see you at a upcoming BU open day soon!
The anxiety of A-level results day has passed, and now you are fulfilling the next chapter of your education and life journey…. studying at university away from home. A new city, new study, new people, and new living – everything will be unfamiliar and exciting. Welcome to Bournemouth University! Where you will be studying… Read more » about Dear first years…. advice for starting your first year at BU from a second year student
One of the highlights for students who join BU every year is Freshers Week! Freshers Week is an opportunity to go out, have fun, take part in activities, and meet new friends! In this blog, I talk about my experience of Freshers Week at BU, including what my expectations were Vs the reality. Before I… Read more » about Freshers Week: Expectations Vs Reality
This is a guest blog by Eduard, a Romanian, UK resident studying Geography at Bournemouth University. Eduard shares their experience of the Turing Scheme. I chose to study geography because I have always been interested in how humans interact with nature and how different cultures and beliefs interact with each other. As my university life… Read more » about Volunteering in South Africa as part of the Turing Scheme study abroad placement
Hey, I’m Lily, a TV Production student here at BU, and this vlog is my advice to you about joining clubs and societies at uni! I am so glad I got involved in more societies in my second year and put myself out there more – as it’s such a great way to meet new… Read more » about Why I’m glad I joined a society in second year
Hey guys, this is my vlog about living in Winton, one of the areas of Bournemouth that students can live in whilst studying at BU. I talk about how close it is to campus, the town, and other things to do as a student! I hope you enjoy 🙂
My name is Alexandra Southgate, and I am a Business & Management student at Bournemouth University. I have recently come back from my placement and I was lucky enough to complete 11,564 miles away from home, in New Zealand! For as long as I can remember, I have had a desire to travel and work… Read more » about How the Turing Scheme helped me travel 11,564 miles away from home, to New Zealand!
Embarking on a journey as an international student, I immersed myself in two distinct worlds of education: the United Kingdom and India. The contrasts in teaching styles and grading systems between these two countries have offered me invaluable insights into diverse approaches to learning. In the UK, education focuses on fostering critical thinking and independent… Read more » about Navigating education: a comparative look at UK and Indian teaching styles and grading systems