This is a guest blog post by graduate Aisling Scott after completing the Legal Practice Course. As I approach just over the half way mark of my first seat in Laceys Private Client team, the stressful process of applying for training contracts seems a lifetime ago and I can safely say it was all worth… Read more »
This is a guest blog post by current student Emily Thorne, studying BA (Hons) Communication and Media. When I was searching for a placement in my second year at University, I found the most helpful platform was LinkedIn. LinkedIn has all the information you need to know as you create a platform and business page… Read more »
Over the last few months, the COVID-19 restrictions in the UK are being reduced, with some rules in place involving social distancing and other safety measures. In an attempt to kick-start the economy and ensure that things return to normal, most places are being reopened, with new safety systems put in place. This blog discusses… Read more »
Hiya! So as move in day begins to get closer and closer I thought I’d share a vlog a made back in September 2019 from when I first moved into my university flat so that you can gain a rough insight into what the first day is like! Enjoy 🙂 Emily 🙂
Hiya, With September approaching some of you may be wondering what exactly to bring to university, hopefully this video helps you to find some university essentials to bring and some “essentials” that you might want to leave behind! Emily 🙂
I came to Bournemouth four years ago and started my degree in Events Management. The first two years were about learning the ropes and taking on different challenges along the way. Here’s my 10 piece of advice I wish someone had told me before I moved to university, and some that I hope will help… Read more »
Moving to university for the first time can be a nervous experience as it will be introducing you to a variety of activities and responsibilities you may be unfamiliar with, whether that is related to your accommodation or on your chosen course. For World Jump Day 2020, I’ll be looking at my own personal experience… Read more »
Hi! As today is world jump day I thought I’d talk a little bit about the jump between college/sixth form and university and learning to live independently. It’s definitely not as scary as you might think and actually a lot of fun! Emily 🙂
Do I still feel cold after living here for four years? Yes, yes I do. However, there are different (and affordable) ways to prepare yourself for the weather in the UK whilst at university. Check out the vlog below to learn how I tackled the wind, cold, and rain in Bournemouth and how you can… Read more »
One of the main reasons I have loved studying Geography at BU is the range of fantastic trips I have been able to go on! From the very first introductory trip to Weymouth in first year, right up to doing field work at Hengistbury Head in final year, here is a round-up highlight of the… Read more »
So many students talk about how amazing their placement experiences were and how they simply applied for a job opportunity and secured it. However, that’s not always the case. What’s a real placement experience like? How should you prepare? Check out the vlog below to find out more!
There’s a lot of information out there about what university life is actually like, but… if you’d like to learn the truth about most things, check out the vlog below! In this video I aim to bust some myths and expose the truth about some rumours that travel around regarding university experiences.