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Lockdown Lucky Dip: Things To Do

Whether you’re feeling anxious, bored or simply need a distraction during these times, work placement student Tia has come up with some ideas to do each day as we count down to life with a bit more normality! Hi everyone, staying busy and remaining positive is a must at the moment. Below you will find… Read more »

Arrivals advice

Mark Holland is studying BSc (Hons) Games Technology. He still lives with his housemates from year one. Here’s his arrivals advice: “I’m a 3D artist and have aspired to work in Games for as long as I can remember. It’s great studying at a uni that is leading the way in animation and VFX. I’ve… Read more »

That extra something on your CV

James Lee has some tips on how you can enhance your career prospects and build your CV… Having been there, done that and got the (Undergraduate) Degree, I feel suitably qualified to highlight the importance of not just developing yourself academically while at University, but also taking advantage of the extra-curricular opportunities too. With competition… Read more »

Location, location, location

  Everyone loves the beach – and Bournemouth is home to the best beach in the UK! If you want to spend your weekends sunbathing, surfing or building sandcastles (and why not?), then you couldn’t do much better than Bournemouth. Although Bournemouth Beach is a firm favourite, there’s a huge range of Jurassic Coast beaches… Read more »

An introduction to SUBU…

With the new academic year in full swing, some of you might already be familiar with SUBU – the Students’ Union at Bournemouth University.  From the Trampolining Club to the Bacon Society, there’s certainly something for everyone when it comes to getting involved. As well as hosting a whole range of clubs and societies, SUBU is working hard… Read more »

Being in a club or society

By Rebecca White 3rd year BU Student, BSc (Hons) Archaeology University is a great time to try new things and meet new people, so take advantage of everything you can. Membership to most societies is just £5 or less, for the entire year. Many of them run a series of guest lectures or trips, which will… Read more »