This is a guest blog by Ayra, first year BA (Hons) Sociology and Social Anthropology student. Hi everyone, my name is Ayra. I’m an international student currently studying BA (Hons) Sociology & Social Anthropology, and just finished with my first year. I’ve always been interested to pursue my studies in Social Anthropology so it was… Read more »
I came to Bournemouth four years ago and started my degree in Events Management. The first two years were about learning the ropes and taking on different challenges along the way. Here’s my 10 piece of advice I wish someone had told me before I moved to university, and some that I hope will help… 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 »
A few months ago, the world was met with the unfortunate events of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus has rooted itself within our daily lives and has shifted the way institutions worldwide has run. Bournemouth University has worked hard to accommodate and attend the needs of ensuring the remainder of everyone’s academic year meets the… Read more »
So many students talk about how amazing their placement experiences were and how they simply applied for a job opportunity and secured it. However, that’s not always the case. What’s a real placement experience like? How should you prepare? Check out the vlog below to find out more!
There’s a lot of information out there about what university life is actually like, but… if you’d like to learn the truth about most things, check out the vlog below! In this video I aim to bust some myths and expose the truth about some rumours that travel around regarding university experiences.
At the beginning….. The breakthrough of COVID-19 caught many off-guard. The sudden restrictions and changes to everyday life were unexpected. Whilst watching the fireworks in the sky and welcoming 2020 on the 1st of January, I did not expect such drastic changes that would reach us in a mere three months. The reality of isolation,… Read more »
Being an international student, with my family dotted all over the world, it has been really difficult embracing the fact that I’m probably not going to be able to go home over the summer, and I haven’t really seen my family in a really long time. But, we’ve found different methods to cope and keep… Read more »
I never thought I’d take on another degree while currently finishing the one I’m doing, but here I am. Here’s some insight into my application process as a current undergraduate student applying for a postgraduate degree at Bournemouth University.
Hello! In this vlog, I’d like to share with you guys about what is Ramadan, what it means to me & how I celebrate it at BU 😊 The link to the AAEM Liberation Campaign’s Instagram: http://instagram.com/aaemcampaignbu Have a nice day! Ayra H.
Being a master’s student is an enriching and adrenaline filled experience (more likely to be induced by deadlines than bungee jumping). No, we do not spend all day in the library crying over assignments and research articles. Each day is unique and there is no such thing as monotony when you are doing your postgraduate… Read more »
Sharing what I do in a day as an undergraduate student at Bournemouth Uni.