Most students have a part-time job which helps with essentials and general living costs associated with being at uni. It also helps to top up the government bursary or loans that don’t always stretch as far as we’d like! I study Adult Nursing and I’ve found that HSS students are often placed under the added… Read more »
Many of us are afraid to face the anxiety of first going to uni; especially if we have to move away from home and sometimes even to another country. An independent life starts; we have to learn to live, study and struggle financially and emotionally – without mommy always around to back us up when something happens…. Read more »
Gianluca Goglino studies Accounting and Finance at BU and is currently on placement at Norwegian Cruise Line as a part of his degree. Watch the video to hear Gianluca’s #MyPlacementStory, or search #MyPlacementStory to hear from other BU students getting valuable work experience through a placement as a part of their degree.
Wondering about loans for Postgraduate students? Ellie is here to help!
I remember when I started university; it seems so long ago now! I remember thinking to myself three years of nights out, uni work and making friends, but definitely no job! I had a part time job before university and wanted this time to myself. I say this but, during Freshers week the role of… Read more »
Being a student inevitably means there’s going to be limitations in terms of your spending. Unless you’re descended from a line of millionaire or billionaire parents that spoil you (or in that case if your parents are pretty strict and want you to experience the struggles of living) then you’re going to have to watch… Read more »
Name: Glebs Kiselovs Course: BA (Hons) Business Studies with Finance & Marketing Placement: JP Morgan Bank (Bournemouth) Where are you from? Latvia Where was your placement and what was your role? I worked as an Analyst in the Liquidity Solutions Client Experience team. My role was to answer any questions that colleagues from sales, client… Read more »
A group of five BU accounting, finance and economics students were given an opportunity to visit the wonderful city of Budapest to take part in an Intensive Study Program (ISP). Organised by AFECA (an association of several European universities), the event brought together 70+ students to participate in case studies in the fields of accounting,… Read more »
Unsure yet and keeping my options open by continuing to apply for UCAS, it seemed daunting that university could be round the corner. From what I can remember, when applying for UCAS, I decided on taking a gap year and so deferred my entry for the following year, not knowing this choice was very much temporary! Saying… Read more »
Alice is back with some great tips on how to finance your studies!
Florian Pyttel from Germany is currently studying MSc Finance and Risk Management at BU. We asked him a load of questions to find out what he really thinks about his time at BU! Here’s what he said: Why did you choose your Master’s degree in Finance and Risk Management at BU? My previous studies and… Read more »
“So, I have to pay my rent and bills, buy that book for my course and have money for going home… how am I going to do this?!” I am sure that at least one time in your university experience this thought will cross your mind, but budgeting is not something to be worried about…. Read more »