BA (Hons) Events & Leisure Marketing student Jana Saastamoinen went on a study exchange semester in Macau and was shortlisted in the Institute for Tourism Studies’ 2018/19 Honours List due to her academic performance while doing a semester in Macau. The Institute for Tourism Studies Macau is the main mobility partner for BU Events Management… Read more » about My study exchange in Macau
Boosting your CV and personal statement with different work skills and experiences can be a really good idea, placing yourself above those that may not have the experience but same level of education. Every year thousands of students finish school and college, but what sets you apart? If you’re competing against your peers and cohorts,… Read more » about How to get work skills and experience for your personal statement
Having completed an undergraduate degree in film at Falmouth, Dan was attracted to the MA Cinematography for Film and Television at BU due to the university’s reputation in the media industry. He said: “The course gave me a huge amount of practical experience. I was working on a different project every week, which really expanded… Read more » about How a Master’s opened the door to Dan’s dream career
This is a guest blog by current student Martha Davis studying BA (Hons) Communication and Media. My experience When I said I was heading to Greece for a few months to work in marine conservation, many people oohed and ahead, envying at the mamma mia lifestyle I was heading to! I can confirm that living… Read more » about International placement with Archipelagos Institute of Marine Conservation in Greece
Different students have different reasons for studying a Master’s degree. You might have a specific job in mind, for which a Master’s degree is often the next step or simply want to further your knowledge. In her latest vlog, Talya shares her reasons for choosing postgraduate study.
This is a guest blog by Will Eamer, a current student studying BA (Hons) Marketing and Communications. As yet another Christmas fast approaches and we are all left wondering where the time went, I thought it would be a great time to reflect on my placement experience so far. First of all, a brief background… Read more » about My placement experience
Diane admits that applying to BU was one of the best decisions she made. Despite feeling the international student application process was bit tedious, Diane admits it was such a worthwhile experience because she got to join such a good university. Take a look at Diane’s journey to BU story.
I am so over the moon to be given the BU Blogs and Vlogs winner title, so much so that I wanted to write a little thank you on the microsite it all began on just a few months back. Having been published on The Drum during my placement at IPM’s Agency of the Year,… Read more » about Thank you for voting me BU’s blogs and vlogs winner!
Find out more information on what it is like to study BA English at Bournemouth University! I give you a general overview of the course and the places us English students use on campus! Enjoy!
So you heard that employers want candidates with experience and a degree? Well, BU’s sandwich courses are the answer. After two years studying at uni, those who enter their third year working on a placement or internship pick up numerous transferable skills, develop an in-depth understanding of the industry and put all of their theoretical… Read more » about A day in the life of a PR and marketing executive
Summer is finally here! And whilst that means making most of the sunny weather and catching up with friends it is also the perfect time to gain vital industry experience. Most degrees at Bournemouth University have a compulsory 4/6 week or year placement as part of their course, which students must complete to graduate. This… Read more » about Preparing for a placement
My first term of MA in Directing Film & Television has been a train ride full of anxiousness and excitement. At times it seems as though the rails were a little loose causing a bit of discomfort, other times they seemed secure and ridged and I lived through it with relative ease. Although, that goes… Read more » about How first term is treating me…