Why study History at BU?

This is a guest blog post from current student Josephine Grognet, studying BA (Hons) History. Why study history at BU? well if the beach hasn’t sold it enough for you I don’t know what will… Aside from the beach, this course offers something that no other university does. We have the privilege of being in… Read more »

A day in the life of a BA (Hons) Politics student

Politics is part of Bournemouth University’s Faculty of Media and Communication, which all takes place at Talbot Campus. It’s a small course, with only about 20-30 students in each year and, due to its interdisciplinary nature, our lectures are sometimes combined with other courses, such as BA (Hons) History and BA (Hons) Communication and Media…. Read more »

How History has shaped my future

This is a guest blog by BA (Hons) History graduate Tom Rayner whose ambition is to one day work alongside his lecturers as an academic himself. I learned many vital things I learnt in my three years at BU. On reflection, they shaped the course of my future as I became an independent adult. There are the academic… Read more »

My experience with BU’s Additional Learning Support team

Coming to university knowing you will be needing more support than your peers makes the leap from school/college even more daunting. But rest assured, you can stop worrying. Bournemouth University has an Additional Learning Support (ALS) team who will support and help you every step of the way throughout your university journey. The team aren’t just… Read more »