Current student Doyin, who is studying MA Advertising – recently attended a free industry visit to LUSH – a multi-million pound international cosmetics company – as part of the Graduate Skills Programme run by CareersBU I visited the LUSH facility and offices with a few other interested BU students to learn everything there is… Read more » about Leaving the world Lusher than it is, a tour of the Lush Factory and Offices.
My take on the role of the Advertising industry in the Climate Crisis
This is a guest blog post written by MA Advertising student Manya Deora. I recently attended a panel discussion hosted by the Media and Communications department at Bournemouth University. The topics presented were discussing the advertising, marketing, and communications industries and if or how they are consciously or unconsciously fostering a culture of consumerism on… Read more » about My take on the role of the Advertising industry in the Climate Crisis
My unforgettable summer experience in Amsterdam with Turing Scheme funding
Studying at Bournemouth University provides students with endless opportunities to discover our potential and best prepare for our future. Thanks to the Turing Scheme funding, I have just had one of the best summers with valuable experience in Amsterdam that I will never forget. In this blog, I will walk you through my journey of… Read more » about My unforgettable summer experience in Amsterdam with Turing Scheme funding
Sustainability in BU and Bournemouth
At Bournemouth University, sustainability is a core value and at the heart of the University. They have ranked in the top 15% of universities across the world in the THE University Impact Rankings and strive to ensure sustainability within the campus, everyday life and future career. … Read more » about Sustainability in BU and Bournemouth
Generational Equity and Sustainable Environment: a Common Goal for All.
Taken for Granted The world’s natural resources are fast depleting; globally, human beings are using them faster than they can naturally replenish themselves and we are not also replacing or replanting as much as we take or at the pace we explore where possible. For instance, reports have emerged that the fashion industry is not… Read more » about Generational Equity and Sustainable Environment: a Common Goal for All.
My role on the Climate Action Student Team (CAST)
Hiya, In today’s vlog, I thought I’d tell you all about my role within the CAST team as the Media, Marketing & Comms champion. I talk about role, how I got it, what I do within my role and all the things I’ve done and learnt whilst on the team. Hope you enjoy! Emily 🙂
My journey to win 50% tuition fee discount – my postgraduate scholarship story at Bournemouth University
Studying in the UK had always been my dream until the day it finally came true, thanks to the Faculty of Media and Communication’s Executive Dean’s Scholarship. My journey to apply for a master’s programme started in 2019 after two years of working in several positions in marketing and communications. Lacking an academic background in… Read more » about My journey to win 50% tuition fee discount – my postgraduate scholarship story at Bournemouth University
BU scholarship and my rewarding experience with Think Pacific’s virtual internship
Starting my master programme in January 2021 amidst the pandemic, I was lucky to receive lots of support from the university. One of them is the Global Engagement scholarship that I received at the beginning of my summer break to help me make the most of my virtual internship experience with Think Pacific. This UK… Read more » about BU scholarship and my rewarding experience with Think Pacific’s virtual internship
My experience taking a carbon literacy course
Hiya, I recently completed the Carbon Literacy Project course in which I learnt about the impact of my carbon footprint on others and the planet. It was such an informative and interesting experience and I hope you enjoy hearing about it. Emily 🙂
The virtual voluntary project on sustainability and how it made my summer break more meaningful
Summer break is not only a great time for us to relax but also opens unique opportunities to learn and develop new skills and meet new people. To make my first summer break in the UK more memorable, I applied for a 3-week virtual voluntary project with the People & Planet and participated in a… Read more » about The virtual voluntary project on sustainability and how it made my summer break more meaningful
Joe’s review of the 2021 European Environmental Law Conference
This is a guest blog written by EELF Committee Support Team Leader Joseph McMullen, a PhD student and part-time lecturer at Bournemouth University. Joe also studied his Bachelors of Law – LLB at BU. The European Environmental Law Conference 2021 Building links between law, science, technology, economy, and policy are key to addressing and resolving… Read more » about Joe’s review of the 2021 European Environmental Law Conference
Maddy’s prize-winning sculpture
This is a guest blog by Maddy Higgs, a final year MDes Product Design student. Maddy won a competition through the Bee Friendly Trust to create a unique sculpture to raise public awareness of the decline in the honey bee and pollinator population. I’m a product design student just about to go into my final… Read more » about Maddy’s prize-winning sculpture