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Tamer’s journey to BU

Hi there! I’m Tamer from Romania and I will be 20 years old in December. I fancy the world of cybercrime, which is precisely why I’ll be studying Forensic Computing and Security at BU, starting this fall. I’ve been diving into the cyber world even before I had my own PC. Websites, coding, movies, games… Read more »

Nanna’s journey to BU

We’ve been asking our arriving students from outside the UK to share their journey to BU through blogs, vlogs and photos. Nanna Lund Nielsen’s joining us from Denmark on BA (Hons) Computer Visualisation and Animation. Watch her journey below…  

Conor Dever

Conor’s journey to BU

We’ve been asking our arriving students from outside the UK to share their journey to BU through blogs, vlogs and photos. Conor Dever’s joining us from Ireland on BSc (Hons) Music and Sound Production Technology. Watch his journey below… “I want to do what I love for the rest of my life and Bournemouth University… Read more »

What to expect from Arrivals Fortnight

Arrivals fortnight is a rite of passage for new students starting at university. Not all universities have two weeks but at Bournemouth University the arrivals activities are spread out over two weeks. It is an emotional time for many as you move out of home for the first time, but making the most of the… Read more »

Being Lithuanian in Bournemouth

When I first came to Bournemouth University, I wasn’t expecting to meet many fellow Lithuanians. To my surprise, I met 9 in the very first week! Later I realised that there are many more of us at the university and a whole Lithuanian community in Bournemouth, which really made me feel like home is not… Read more »

Being Taiwanese in Bournemouth

Bournemouth, of course, is one of the most well-known tourist destinations with pleasant climates throughout the year in the UK. When I first came to the city, I did not worry about whether or not I would get used to it; I can get any questions answered through the Bournemouth University Taiwanese Students Association on… Read more »

Being Brazilian in Bournemouth

Although England is not as warm as Brazil, the weather is overall good in Bournemouth. The sky is usually blue and it is sunny (even when it is freezing outside). The beautiful sky and wonderful beaches remind me of Brazil and make me feel at home. Outside activities such as running on the beach and… Read more »

Being Ghanaian in Bournemouth

If you’ve made the decision to come to Bournemouth Uni – great! Perhaps, if you are Ghanaian, you may be wondering what it’s like here and more importantly, are there more of us here? Will you feel at home? So many questions… Well, I’m here to set your mind at ease (Oh, you’re welcome…) Walking… Read more »

Being Greek in Bournemouth

Hello Greek people! Geia sas, ti ginetai? So if you’ve been wondering what it’s like being a Greek in Bournemouth, this is the verdict: it’s quite great. First of all, it’s incredibly surprising how many Greek and Cypriot people there are here. When I first came here, I could not believe it. Apart from the… Read more »