This is a guest vlog by graduate Kristian who studied Business & Management with Project & Operations Management at BU. In this vlog Kristian shares why he thinks placements are a great addition to a university degree and lists the benefits of taking a placement year.
Admitting that you are struggling and may need some advice, or just a chance to vent is not as easy as it sounds. As a university student, it’s difficult to actually stop and realise that you are finding things difficult. The multitude of student support services available at BU have helped me through some personal… Read more » about Never be afraid to ask for help: my experiences with BU’s student support services
It was a long journey for me to choose what I want to study at university. Since a young age, I’ve always been a unique blend of creativity and analytical thinking. I found myself naturally drawn to the world of marketing and communication, where the two worlds collide. After I reviewed my options, it became… Read more » about Why I chose Bournemouth University and my course
Before joining Bournemouth University, I worked as a health care assistant in a hospital on the Merseyside known as Arrowe Park Hospital. At the start of the COVID lockdown, I needed a career progression. The NHS does offer career progression whilst on the job. However, I felt university was better as I wanted to experience… Read more » about My Foundation Year experience
The start line When I first arrived in Bournemouth, the only thing I knew for certain is that I will study BSc(Hons) Psychology. I did research the Students’ Union before, but I had no idea where I would find friends, what hobbies I’d try and how my first year would look like. So, I joined almost… Read more » about More than just a course: why should you do extra-curriculars at university??
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Kristaps studied BSc (Hons) Sport Management at BU and he’s now graduated and working at FIFA in their World Cup division. In this guest vlog Kristaps talks about why he got involved with the Business School’s Employability Programme and how it benefited him when securing a graduate role.
Choosing the right university and course is both thrilling and challenging, demanding thought and planning to align your academic path with personal interests and aspirations. Here are some of the things I did when I started this journey. Step 1: Deciding What You Want The first step in my university selection process involved defining my… Read more » about How I chose my Media degree
The number one worry for any student is usually making sure they have enough money to support themselves during their studies. So naturally, their second worry is how they’ll find a job to earn that money. Thankfully, BU has a vast choice of part-time roles available to its students: Student Ambassadors As well as having… Read more » about Part-time paid roles for students at BU… and their perks!
Ya Ha!! or Oh Boy!! Two classic quotes from Mickey Mouse!! Come to work with me as a Production Management Intern at The Walt Disney Company! My day will start at 7am at the ring of my alarm! Now, while it might be tempting to hit that snooze button. No! I got to get to… Read more » about My Placement Year as a Production Management Intern at The Walt Disney Company
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
This is a guest blog by BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science student Tom, who talks about his experience of the Turing Scheme. I chose to study at BU for its high reputation in sports-related fields while also having the chance to gain industry experience. Having the opportunity to study in a beautiful coastal town… Read more » about How the Turing Scheme took me to the French Alps