This is a guest blog by current student Alice Kay, currently studying BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy. My Occupational Therapy (OT) student journey started in 2017, I came to BU after finishing college, where I had studied Sport & Exercise Science and Health & Social Care. Throughout school I had been excited at the prospect of… Read more »
To help explain my animation group project, I would like to share insight on how NCCA (National Center for Computer Animation) in BU works. To start with NCCA has three masters-level pathways: Animation, Digital Effects, and MSc. (I have talked about them in one of my previous blogs. Find it here). So in order to… Read more »
Ten pieces of advice I would like to give as a fellow Indian Student in Media and Communication Courses (more or less also applicable to other courses and pathways): Research your journey. Before even leaving your home take a good look at your journey plan and try to find some interesting avenues. If a… Read more »
One of the most stressful yet rewarding parts of the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism degree at Bournemouth University is news days. The format and intensity change every year but they give the best insight into what it will be like to work in a real newsroom environment in the future. During the news days, students… Read more »
Interested in how I’m dealing with online university during lockdown whilst I’m on a practical course? Well I made a video all about my everyday uni life now and what I’m doing as a television production student 🙂 Enjoy! Emily x
This is a guest blog post by current student Marika Curry, studying BA (Hons) Marketing Communications who has recently completed a placement experience at Brockenhurst College as a Marketing and Events Assistant. Three words to describe my placement search would be challenging, enlightening and proactive. It was a struggle to get a foot in… Read more »
This is a guest blog post by current student Giggs Lee, studying BA (Hons) Media Production. Placement Company: Picniq Ltd Placement Job Title: Social Media Intern Three words to describe your placement search: Challenging, Rewarding, Competitive Three words to describe your placement: Eye-opening, Educational, Fun What were the hardest aspect of your placement? The hardest… Read more »
This is a guest blog post from current student Rohan Taneja, studying BA (Hons) Communication and Media, recently completed a placement at Brick Digital as a Search Marketing Assistant. Three words to describe my placement search: Educational, fun, challenging Three words to describe my placement: Positive, engaging and inspiring. The most helpful thing I found… Read more »
Making sure you get the right placement can be scary. Here is a my experience of finding, and applying to, both short and long term placements.
Thinking about studying a degree in BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism? This NCTJ accredited course at Bournemouth University is the perfect build up to a career in journalism and the media for when you leave uni. Throughout the three years you get a good balance of practical and theoretical work that covers all aspects of journalism,… Read more »
Every morning I wake up at 7am and get started with my day. Here’s what it’s like to be a Bournemouth University student studying a BA (Hons) Events Management degree.
I never thought I’d take on another degree while currently finishing the one I’m doing, but here I am. Here’s some insight into my application process as a current undergraduate student applying for a postgraduate degree at Bournemouth University.