Narrowing your University search down can be quite challenging, with thousands of different courses all over the country knowing where to start can seem quite daunting. University prospectuses can tell you most of the information you will want to know about the university itself but with a minimum three-year commitment you need to make sure… Read more »
Bournemouth uni offers many opportunities to volunteer which can be really rewarding and a great feature for your CV. SUBU recommend activities like RAG (Raising and Giving) where you can volunteer your time to raise money for charity while embarking on life changing activities. Whether it’s 5 minutes of your time to paint a bird… Read more »
You’ve got your grades and you’re heading to uni! What now? Find your flatmates Once you’ve got your place in halls confirmed you can join various pages on Facebook for that building – EG. “Bournemouth Accommodation – Flat Mate Finder”. On there, a lot of people post their building and flat number so it’s really… Read more »
Bournemouth has plenty of options for social days and evenings out including: bowling, cinemas, clubs, restaurants, and beaches (just to name a few) but those are just the things on offer in the centre of town. In fact, Bournemouth is just a small part of the County of Dorset, and Dorset has many historic landmarks, beautiful coasts,… Read more »
These are a few of the places on campus (and a bonus place) that I find make group projects a little easier 🙂
After almost 2 years of studying at Bournemouth University I’ve got to know the uni and area pretty well! I’ve got together a few reasons why I love studying at BU and why it should definitely be a top consideration of yours! More Information! SUBU @ Bournemouth
Polka dot wellies, multi-coloured ponchos and face paint means only one thing…. festival season! I don’t know about you guys but the rise in temperature has sure got me excited for this year’s festival season and it is going to be a big one! The summer of 2017 has given rise to some of the… Read more »
This latest vlog looks into some of the differences between undergraduate and postgraduate study. Thanks for watching!
Jonny Blair came to BU in 2003 and graduated with a BA (Hons) in Public Relations. Since then, he has worked as a travel writer and has just celebrated visiting his 100th country. Here, he talks more about his travels and how coming to Bournemouth kicked it all off. I grew up in Northern Ireland… Read more »
Hi guys! Having gone to applicant days myself and helped out at BU open days, I’ve got some advice for you on how to make the most of any open days you do attend!
How far away is Bournemouth to London? You can catch the fast train service from London to Bournemouth, taking approximately one hour and 50 minutes. What is the night life like in Bournemouth? With something going on every night of the week in bars, clubs and pubs across the town, it is no wonder that Bournemouth… Read more »
It’s difficult to just choose three favourite experiences, but here they are !! Meeting new people – Sounds cliché but I really have met some amazing people over the last 7 months. It was initially quite overwhelming, as you’re meeting people from your course, accommodation, clubs and societies, nights out, through friends of friends and… Read more »