My time at BU is coming to an end and I have had the best time of my life. What I’d give to start it all over again! So, I thought I’d share some of my favourite experiences whilst I’ve been here. These will be different for everyone and each course will have varying opportunities,… Read more » about My Top 5 BU experiences
In this vlog, current student Georgina gives her top tips on how she manages her time – from keeping a whiteboard on her wall to designing her very own social diary.
One of the largest privilege we have during lockdown are the resources to stay connected with our loved ones regardless of distance. Friendships are a key aspect in staying afloat during our young lives of experiencing independence. This is especially true for international students due to starting fresh in a place where everything is new…. Read more » about Steps in Friendship Communications
At Bournemouth University we have Nerve Media, a society that is a student ran media network. There is Nerve Radio, Nerve Magazine, Nerve Podcasts, Nerve Sport, Nerve News and Nerve Now. Each one providing different experience and opportunities. I personally have been part of Nerve Radio and Nerve Magazine in different roles. Nerve Radio My… Read more » about My time with Nerve Media
“…And we’re live! Hello everyone this is Hussein, your host for New Music Monday!” If you have ever tuned in to nerve radio between 5-6pm on Monday’s you will probably hear me say this to introduce my show. Nerve radio and Nerve Media has been a strong, staple presence in SUBU. A society where the… Read more » about Nerve Radio: An outlook from the Head of Evenings
Fresher Publishing is a small publishing press, established at Bournemouth University, nurturing talent of the future and supporting writers from across Dorset and beyond. The team is made up of staff, students and a supportive executive board which includes publishing consultant Ed Peppitt, Picador Editor Ansa Khan Khattak and literary agent Sophie Scard. The Bournemouth… Read more » about My involvement with Fresher Publishing Press
The first semester of BA Hons Multimedia Journalism for year two has been intense. As fun and interesting as the course is, I often felt like there is a lot going on around me. Part of that reason are due to all the other commitments I have made in my professional and personal life. As… Read more » about New Term, New Year: Tips to consider for what’s to come.
Entering the second year of BA Hons Multimedia Journalism felt fast and strong. Our return was adjusted due to the current conditions but we were immediately thrown in the deep end of journalism with the task of news days. News days is what journalists lives are all about, everyday we come up with stories, plans,… Read more » about News Days: The best part of my course so far…
I never expected I’d be doing my placement from home. Especially, the fact it was mostly focused on events. I was about to set off around the country for two weeks doing UCAS exhibitions when I was told they were no longer going ahead. After putting months of stress and work into organising the events,… Read more » about How I did my marketing and events placement from home
My name is Tia Hodgson and I’m a final year student studying BA (Hons) Communication and Media. What I have enjoyed the most about my course so far… The course is quite good for allowing you to focus on what you love in assignments. For example, I love Beyoncé so I got to write a mini… Read more » about What I’ve enjoyed most about my course so far
This is a guest blog post by current student Emily Thorne, studying BA (Hons) Communication and Media. When I was searching for a placement in my second year at University, I found the most helpful platform was LinkedIn. LinkedIn has all the information you need to know as you create a platform and business page… Read more » about My placement experience encouraged me to start my own businesses
This is a guest blog post by current student Amy James, studying BA (Hons) English. Studying BA (Hons) English at Bournemouth University is a wonderful opportunity for anyone interested in the subject. Whether you have your heart set on studying a particular area of the subject or want to find out all the options available,… Read more » about Why study English at BU?