For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to live in the UK. It wasn’t until I found my love for history and science that I knew my way to live in the UK was going to be through education, and I am glad Bournemouth is the school I am studying in now. … Read more » about Moving to the UK to study Archaeology
The main reasons I chose BU are the location and atmosphere of the city, reputation of the university and support to international students. Applying to BU was easy as the system is friendly, the instructions are clear and the admissions team is very efficient. My BU life has been incredible! The university really supports international… Read more » about Moving to Bournemouth from Brazil
Continuing studying at postgraduate level is a big decision, not least because of the financial implications. Unlike with undergraduate studies there is currently no government loan system for funding a Master’s course, at least not yet. I just missed out on the government loans of up to £10,000 for postgraduates, which will be available for… Read more » about My BU Dean’s Scholarship
When I was searching for an MA programme, I loved the fact that BU differentiated itself from other universities by offering a more practical approach to my learning–that is why I ultimately chose to study at BU. I was able to learn the theory behind public relations and then I was able to put that… Read more » about My BU experience
My name is Angelique and I am a citizen of the United States of America. I chose Bournemouth University because I used the books that were written by the lecturers there to obtain my Bachelor’s in the States. Bournemouth also showed more interest in me than any other school that I applied to in the… Read more » about Why I chose BU
I always wanted to experience living abroad as I could challenge myself, live with other cultures, develop my English language skills and face situations that make me leave my comfort zone. It was easy for me to pick the country I wanted to live in; UK universities are some of the most traditional in the… Read more » about From Brazil to Bournemouth
Since starting at Bournemouth University in September, I’ve learnt so many things in a short space of time. It’s only since the first term has ended that I’ve had a chance to reflect and realise just how much of a journey it’s been. Here are ten of the main things I’ve picked up so far…. Read more » about Ten things I’ve learnt so far
The Postgraduate Development Award (PGDA) is meant for Master’s students at BU and is designed to help your professional and personal development apart from academic studies. Basically it is a system that gives points to certain activities that you participate in during your time at BU. The award encourages you to come out of your… Read more » about How to stand out from the crowd
Feeling too old to have a career change or go back to studying is a common phenomenon, although the phrase ‘it’s never too late’ is also something we hear very frequently! It’s understandable that the thought of going back to uni after a long study-free period can evoke anxiety, but I think this way of… Read more » about Back to uni: it’s never too late to learn!
Talbot campus is where I seem to be spending most of my time at the moment! With deadlines looming and projects well underway, I’m usually busy in the studios or in the library. Sometimes on days I’m feeling particularly organised I remember to pack a picnic in the mornings, but other days I seem to… Read more » about Where to eat on Talbot Campus
Now that Iakovos has been at BU for a whole semester, he tells us what he’s learnt so far…
For those who are into marketing but don’t have much idea what exactly within it you would like to study, BU is going to give you a migraine with a variety of Marketing-related courses! We have Advertising, Media and Communication, Marketing Management, Events Marketing and the list goes on. I would say each course is… Read more » about What’s great about MSc Marketing Management?