Talbot Campus: the student insight

Talbot Campus, the main University Campus. With study rooms to coffee shops, there is nothing else needed whilst you’re there.  However, due to the size of the student population, there are often little things that you can pick up to make sure your time is best suited to optimise studying. Below are some helpful tips… Read more »

Spaces that help you learn: Talbot Campus

Studying is hard sometimes, especially if you try to study in your room whilst sitting in bed. We all know the scenario far too well: fuzzy clothes, laptop, books, a cup of tea and you are all set for studying. Why is it that after just 10 minutes you find yourself doing everything else but… Read more »

A guide to BU’s libraries

Bournemouth University has great library facilities, at both the Talbot and Lansdowne campuses, as well as online through MyBU. At the Talbot campus there is the Sir Michael Cobham Library, and at the Lansdowne campus there is the Bournemouth House Library. The Sir Michael Cobham Library is the larger of the two libraries, spanning over… Read more »

Home vs Library – The studying debate

Where is the best place to study? It’s an argument that goes all the way back to the time when universities first opened their doors. Essentially people are split in two parts, those who believe that you should study in the comfort of your room and those who think studying at the library is the… Read more »

Don’t be intimidated by the library

Many people think that a big building with five floors filled top-to-bottom with books, journals and articles would be intimidating. When I first started at uni, I didn’t even know where the library was. In fact, I didn’t even go in there for the first term, but once I stepped foot inside, I never looked… Read more »