This is a guest blog post by current student Cara Ginnifer, studying BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice. Hello, my name is Cara, I’m a student ODP. I initially heard about the NHS Learning Support Fund (NHS LSF) through student finance. Most students are aware of student finance but as allied health professionals we can apply… Read more »
When thinking about doing a degree at university, there are, of course, several questions running through your head. What course do I do? What societies do I join? But one of the most important questions is: how will I fund my studies? There’s talk of loans, grants, bursaries…it all sounds really complicated. But it turns… Read more »
Guest blogger Megan Duckworth talks about student finance and the non-repayable BU Maintenance Bursary. The freedom and amazing new life experiences in which university gives you can be so exciting and enjoyable, however there are also some daunting factors which come with this new level of independence, including money. I joined Bournemouth University to study… Read more »
Hello! In this vlog, I share my top 5 budgeting tips that I found very helpful for me throughout my studies so far at Bournemouth or in the UK in general. Hope you’ll find some of it to be useful! Have a good one! – Ayra H.
Hiya, Achieving my scholarship was an experience I have been so grateful and proud of and so in today’s post I thought I’d tell you all about it and how you can get one too 🙂 Emily 🙂
What financial help can I get? Tuition fee loans, to cover the full cost of your course. This is a loan you will eventually pay back. Maintenance loan. This provides you with financial support throughout the year. At BU this is called the BU Maintenance Bursary and you are given a prepaid card which is… Read more »
Coming to Bournemouth University from Bulgaria has been the biggest challenge I’ve ever faced. I remember adjusting to my new lifestyle – the first month was an absolutely surreal experience. Not only did I now have to live on my own, but I also had complete control over my monthly budget. Additionally, the sheer amount… Read more »
One of the most stressful parts of studying a postgraduate degree is how it might be possible to juggle said degree with funding your daily expenses. Tuition fee loans, which include the possibility to receive up to £10,906 for the year for UK or EEA students (2019/20 entry), are a brilliant way of funding part… Read more »
For students looking for higher education, some key factors come into play when choosing a university. Factors such as cost, geographical location, accreditation, academic quality are some common key considerations. For postgraduate students, especially international students, cost is a key factor when selecting a university. In the UK, the average cost of a postgraduate degree… Read more »
Once you have decided what subject you want to study, it can be tough choosing universities; especially if you have received multiple offers. While there are many considerations to be made, such as the quality of the university, the experience of staff, the location, etc. One of the biggest concerns will always be money. When… Read more »
Everyone has their own reasons for choosing BU for their postgraduate studies. In this video, BU vlogger Diane shares her top five reasons why she believed BU was the perfect university for her Master’s degree.
BU vlogger Brianna is here to give you the low down on your finance options for postgraduate study.