This guest blog is written by MA Media & Communication student, Esther Sandra Mene about their experience attending the Rising Voices event. I attended a transformative event called Rising Voices that took place with the aim of creating visibility for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) writers in the Dorset area. This event was… Read more » about My experience of the Rising Voices event
This is a guest blog post from student Harley Huyen Le about her challenges and successes so far. From Vietnam adapting to a new country, it’s common for us international students to be overwhelmed sometimes, no matter how many experiences we have had. I am no exception. Fortunately, thanks to the support from our lecturers,… Read more » about From Vietnam to Bournemouth Harley Huyen Le’s experiences so far
This is a guest blog from Patty who is currently studying MSc Computer Animation & Visual Effects. She also studied BA (Hons) Computer Animation Art & Design at Bournemouth University too. In this blog she explains how postgraduate study is different to undergraduate study. Master’s vs batchelor’s degree – What to expect? A master’s is… Read more » about From undergrad to MSc Computer Animation and Visual Effects
Messiah N.K. Anudjo is an MSc Medical Imaging with Management student. Coming to study from Ghana, he explains what stood out to him about the course at Bournemouth University and how he’s found studying the course since joining. I had always wanted to help people and I love research too, hence, I decided to blend… Read more » about Coming to study in Bournemouth as a Master’s student
This is a blog post from MSc Medical Imaging with Management student Julianna Hapi. Here she talks about how her career started and how her recent studies have helped her to develop as a radiographer. I graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a BSc in Diagnostic Radiography in 2019 where I have worked as… Read more » about Developing my career as a radiographer
MSc Cognitive Neuroscience, is a relatively new course at BU and started in September 2022. In this blog former Programme Leader Professor Hana Burianová tell us more about the course and the sort of career opportunities you could have once you graduate. What is Cognitive Neuroscience about? Cognitive Neuroscience is the study of biological processes… Read more » about All about MSc Cognitive Neuroscience
Studying in the UK had always been my dream until the day it finally came true, thanks to the Faculty of Media and Communication’s Executive Dean’s Scholarship. My journey to apply for a master’s programme started in 2019 after two years of working in several positions in marketing and communications. Lacking an academic background in… Read more » about My journey to win 50% tuition fee discount – my postgraduate scholarship story at Bournemouth University
This past first semester, I started my master’s degree in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship. I’ve learned a lot about study techniques, the importance of community, and a lot about myself. Check it out!
This is a guest blog by current student Saravanan Muthukrishnan, who is studying MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship. Third Eye Info Technology provides Software development services to product and technology companies. Third eye takes pride in designing custom information systems to meet the specific needs of their Customers. From start to finish, they ensure data… Read more » about Innovation in COVID times – A Master’s student placement experience
This is a guest blog written by BU graduate Vicki who studied at BU for her BSc (Hons) in Nutrition and decided to stay here for her postgraduate degree in MSc Nutrition and Behaviour as well. Why did I choose BU again? The nutrition team A big part of my decision was based on the… Read more » about My undergraduate to postgraduate journey at BU
In the crowded job markets nowadays, employers tend to look for candidates that stand out and can be distinguished easily. The extra higher – level qualification would give you a competitive edge between other applicants to improve your financial prospects as well as investing in your own future showing your ability to commit to an… Read more » about Why would you study for a Master’s degree ?
Deciding to take up a Master’s degree is a daunting task in itself, some may enroll fresh out of their Bachelor’s or after exploring career options are motivated to venture into academia. No matter if you identify with any of those or not, a huge congratulations on making the decision to consider a Master’s degree…. Read more » about Top tips for choosing your Master’s