My name is Trine Olsen form Denmark. I am studying MSc in Forensic Anthropology and I’d like to tell you about my second home here in Bournemouth – the Sir Michael Cobham Library. Preventing procrastination I am not very good at getting things done when I am at home. I need to go somewhere else… Read more »
My name is Trine Olsen from Denmark, studying MSc in Forensic Anthropology. I knew that I wanted to live with other people because a uni shared flat is a terrific way to make new friends. However, I am also not really a night owl person or someone who wants to party every day. I wanted… Read more »
Trine Olsen from Denmark is studying Forensic Anthropology at BU. Here she narrates her day from start to finish, with some real footage of her life.
I am Trine Olsen from Denmark studying MSc in Forensic Anthropology. Often, a part of life as a student is living on a budget. This can feel a little restrictive and sometimes stressful, but if you keep your wits about you, it can be done. Here’s a quick list of things you can do to… Read more »
My name is Trine Olsen, I am a current BU student studying a Master’s in Forensic Anthropology and am originally from Denmark. Being from Denmark means that you are in a pretty unique situation – your studies at BU will be almost certainly funded by the Danish state. This is enough to survive on, but… Read more »
We’ve been asking our arriving students from outside the UK to share their journey to BU through blogs, vlogs and photos. Nanna Lund Nielsen’s joining us from Denmark on BA (Hons) Computer Visualisation and Animation. Watch her journey below…