I am just over halfway through my second year of my four-year degree. It’s different from the first year. Quite different. Good and bad. I can imagine my first-year experience was similar to many other first-year experiences (of a four-year degree). Lots of meeting new people, going out all the time, maybe skipping the odd… Read more » about My advice for second year students: How to not fall behind & embrace the change
Follow us on Instagram for more news and international student stories! Being an Indian undergraduate student at Bournemouth University can be both exciting and challenging. On one hand, you are pursuing your academic goals in a culturally diverse environment, and on the other hand, you are trying to balance your cultural identity with your academic and personal… Read more » about “A Day in the Life of an Indian Undergraduate at Bournemouth University: Balancing Study and Culture”
Timetables. You either love them or hate them – whilst the majority of us know that the timetabling department aren’t purposely trying to ruin our lives (it can’t be an easy job creating a schedule for every course), it can be kind of annoying if you have an early morning AND late evening class with… Read more » about What to do in your spare time on campus
Hiya. Now I’m in my second year, I thought I’d give you another peek at what a general day in the life of a Media Production student is like. Hope you enjoy watching 🙂
Hiya. I didn’t go home for the summer break so watch my latest vlog to see what I get up to on a typical day outside of term time. I hope it gives you an idea of what a day as a uni student looks like when we are not in lectures! Bye for now.
Hello! In this vlog, I’d like to share with you guys my daily life of fasting here at Bournemouth 😊 Have a nice day! Ayra H.
Being in my last semester of my postgraduate course means that my days aren’t what you would consider to be the normal student experience, but this is what a day in my life as a postgraduate is like. I’ll compare this to how it was different when I had taught units, my tips for staying… Read more » about Dissertation, cinema trip, working and staying productive
My international student journey from “I don’t want to go out because the weather is too cold” to “I can live here forever!” I remember the first week I moved to Bournemouth from Istanbul/Turkey. Istanbul is a city where you can see the sun almost every day, even in winter! That is why at… Read more » about My international student journey from “I don’t want to go out because the weather is too cold” to “I can live here forever!”
Awaking to a new day in Bournemouth brings with it an array of places to visit on campus. Being a second year student and having my first year effected by Covid, heavily influenced me to want to make the most out of my days at Bournemouth University. I consequently have visited many great places on… Read more » about A day in my life on Talbot Campus
Moving to a new country and adapting your lifestyle to a new culture can be challenging initially. However, by embracing changes and being open-minded, you can overcome culture shock while cherishing your living experience by immersing yourself in UK rich culture. This blog post will share some of my own experiences to create a sense… Read more » about Immersing myself in UK culture – how I created a sense of belonging while studying abroad at Bournemouth University
Hi guys! In this vlog, I’ll share with you the day in life as a Sociology and Social Anthropology student. I know it seems like my daily life is ‘very chill’ but I do have a lot of independents studies which makes it not so chill. But I really enjoy my course 🙂 Hope you… Read more » about A day in the life of Sociology and Social Anthropology student
This is a guest blog post by current student Nyibol Deng, studying BA (Hons) Politics and Economics. Yes, we exist. I’m proud to be able to say I’m one of the “guinea pigs”, as my year were the first cohort to have the privilege of experiencing this course at BU. Though small, our course is… Read more » about A day in the life of a Politics and Economics student