BU students in Magna Carta 800th anniversary exhibition

Bournemouth University has been helping to promote the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta, and were commissioned by Salisbury Cathedral to make four media installations. RedBalloon, the professional production arm of The Faculty of Media and Communication at Bournemouth University, produced two films, an animation and an interactive for the exhibition, which is… Read more »

BU students in Magna Carta 800th anniversary exhibition

Bournemouth University has been helping to promote the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta, and were commissioned by Salisbury Cathedral to make four media installations. RedBalloon, the professional production arm of The Faculty of Media and Communication at Bournemouth University, produced two films, an animation and an interactive for the exhibition, which is… Read more »

BU student one step closer to Olympic dream

Phil Smith represented England in the Beach Volleyball Continental Cup in Turkey helping to secure a place in the next round of Olympic Games qualifiers. An MSc Sports Management student and sportBU staff member, Phil was part of the four-man England Beach Volleyball Squad who competed in the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) Continental Cup round three… Read more »

BU and Yeovil District Foundation Trust shortlisted for Nursing Times partnership award

Bournemouth University has been shortlisted by the Student Nursing Times Awards for its work with Yeovil District Foundation Trust in the Partnership of the Year category. This prestigious award celebrates collaborative partnerships between universities and healthcare providers in educating nursing and midwifery students. Through academic and practical learning students are prepared for their future careers… Read more »

Games BAFTA Success for BU Alumni

We are very proud to share that a group of three of our BA Interactive Media Production graduates have been awarded the BAFTA for Artistic Achievement at the British Academy Game Awards for their game Lumino City, beating the likes of Assassin’s Creed Unity and Far Cry 4. 2003 Graduates Katherine Bidwell and Luke Whittaker, along with… Read more »

Our growing campus

Bournemouth finally became a university in 1992 after being a College of Technology, an Institute of Higher Education and a Polytechnic. Its long and varied history means that the campus is constantly being upgraded and the buildings updated to ensure Bournemouth is a great place for future students and staff. Since I’m a member of… Read more »

BU varsity teams make national sports finals

Six Bournemouth University teams are to compete at one of the highest levels in University Sport. After five months of hard work six sportBU Varsity teams have made the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Western Conference Cup finals on Wednesday 18th March. The leading squads, coming under Bournemouth University’s sportBU banner, include Women’s Badminton 1st,… Read more »

BU varsity teams make national sports finals

Six Bournemouth University teams are to compete at one of the highest levels in University Sport. After five months of hard work six sportBU Varsity teams have made the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Western Conference Cup finals on Wednesday 18th March. The leading squads, coming under Bournemouth University’s sportBU banner, include Women’s Badminton 1st,… Read more »

BU’s National Centre for Computer Animation Features in the Telegraph

Bournemouth University’s National Centre for Computer Animation has received press recognition helping to design an amazing piece of new technology. Dr Leigh McLoughlin and Professor Alexander Pasko featured in the Telegraph for helping to bring the SHIVA (Sculpture for Health-care: Interaction and Visual Art in 3D) Project to life. This new equipment allows disabled students… Read more »