Studying process can be overwhelming when you have so many things to do. Personally, I sometimes prefer to study in different places if I get bored with the same area. Here is a list of some of my favourite study areas if you want to discover new spots: 1. Waterstones café: Yes, everyone knows Waterstones… Read more » about My favourite study places in Bournemouth: less-known best spots for studying
Choosing to do Intellectual Property Law as my Master’s Degree was a fairly simple choice for me. I wanted to do a course that would not pigeon hole me into one specific field, and the opportunities provided by IP in business, technology, creative media and more made it exciting. The most attractive feature I found… Read more » about LLM in Intellectual Property Law and My Experiences
Whether you’re in the process of deciding whether university is for you, or if you’re joining us this September, in this vlog I document the differences of studying at school v studying at university.
Okeford House is an accommodation unit specifically for postgraduate students, about 20 minutes’ walk from Bournemouth University, off Wimborne Road. I live by myself in a studio flat, meaning my room contains my sleep and study area, along with a kitchen, shower, and bathroom all in one unit, but having flatmates is a much… Read more » about Living at BU’s Okeford House
If you need a quiet and mellow place to come home to then Chesil House is your place. Since a mixture of PG and UG students live in Chesil, there is a perfect balance here. It is easy to make friends and great for the mature student who is looking for a study space and… Read more » about BU’s Chesil House offers the best of both worlds!
By Luke Nurdin BU Graduate Back in 2007 I applied to go to Bournemouth University to study the Multimedia Journalism course. I really wanted to study here because it had such a good reputation for media and journalism. Sadly the first time I didn’t get the grades but I decided to do another year at… Read more » about Multimedia Journalism