I am Cecily Paldino from the USA, and I completed my MSc Forensic Anthropology at BU in September 2016. Upon graduating from Iowa State University, I came to the conclusion that I wanted to earn my Masters in Forensic Anthropology. So why did I choose BU? The study abroad dream. I wanted to give myself… Read more » about Why study MSc Forensic Anthropology at BU?
The world (or at least England) is your oyster
The main thing that I, as a U.S. Citizen, have yet to get used to is the simplicity of being able to travel here in the UK, as well as the rest of Europe. Ridiculous airline prices and a massive country are perhaps the reason as to why I always saw travelling as something that… Read more » about The world (or at least England) is your oyster
A Californian’s survival guide to living in Bournemouth
After living in Bournemouth for 10 months, I can confidently say that Bournemouth is a smaller, British version of Southern California (minus the amount of rain… if Bournemouth could donate a bit of that rain to drought-ridden California, that would be much appreciated). Perhaps it is from the sunny beaches with sparkling water and an abundance… Read more » about A Californian’s survival guide to living in Bournemouth
An American in England
Before accepting my BU offer Despite wanting to live in England for most of my life, I only recently discovered that I have a passion for forensic anthropology, or, the study of human bones to assist in solving crimes. Therefore, Bournemouth University was more than a perfect fit. The MSc Forensic Anthropology program enticed me… Read more » about An American in England