BU BSc (Hons) Sport Management graduate Kristaps has created this vlog to talk through his top insights with you about making the most out of your university experience at BU!
Ever wondered what we get up to on the BSc (Hons) Forensic Investigation course at BU? In this vlog, I talk about my favourite assignment which involved attending a practice crime scene! It was super practical and I loved it. I hope this vlog excites you to study the BSc (Hons) Forensic Investigation course at… Read more » about My favourite assignment as a BSc (Hons) Forensic Investigation student
Hey guys! I’m a Media Production student here at BU and in this vlog I talk about how I secured my short placements for my degree. Hopefully the advice in this vlog will help you secure your placement(s) as they are so valuable to developing your employability!
This guest blog is from Jack Creasy, a BSc (Hons) Games Design graduate and TIGA (The Independent Game Developers’ Association) Graduate of the Year. In this blog, Jack reviews his experience of the course and offers some top tips for prospective students considering our Games courses. What made you choose BU? I attended a Bournemouth… Read more » about Gain tips and insight into the Games course at BU from TIGA Graduate of Year
Iris Compan del Monte is a BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management student. She recently attended a placement event to help Computing students meet with potential employers and find out about the roles they have available. In this guest blog, she talks about the experience. Finding the perfect placement can be an exciting but stressful journey,… Read more » about Speed networking to meet prospective placement employers
My name is Harrison and I study Midwifery! My whole life I have been surrounded by inspirational women such as my mother and grandmother who became the main role models and sculpted me into the person I am today. I chose to study midwifery because I am passionate about women’s health; including pregnancy and birth… Read more » about Why I love studying Midwifery at the Portsmouth Campus
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.
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??
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