Have you ever wanted to be a writer, journalist or work for a publisher, then the MA Creative Writing and Publishing course is the best fit for you! Even if you do not think of yourself as a writer, if you are unsure of how to choose your course then this article might give you… Read more » about Why You Should Study Creative Writing
Writing has been a huge part of my life and deciding to pursue it as a career was an easy decision. Although, how to go about it was a different matter completely. Reading my favourite books and realising the impact it had on my life was the starting point. I wanted to write like that… Read more » about Why I Chose Creative Writing and Publishing for my Masters
Hi guys! I’m Malvika Shahi and I’m doing my Masters in Creative Writing and Publishing at Bournemouth University. Studying abroad is a great opportunity for every student but the financial expenses can seem a bit daunting. Luckily, Bournemouth University awards loads of financial aid in the form of scholarships and discounts for students. For… Read more » about My scholarship story: Changing my life
This is a guest blog by current student Ed Richardson. Ed Richardson is a Functional Consultant at Capgemini. He was offered a place on the company’s graduate scheme while still a postgraduate Information Technology student at Bournemouth University (BU), and is now planning to volunteer with BU’s alumni mentoring scheme. Capgemini encourages such involvement;… Read more » about Smart career move to Capgemini allows BU Master’s graduate Ed to give back
This is a guest blog by current student Ana Paula Teixeira, studying MSc Marketing Management. Back in March of 2018 I felt a growing urge for transformation. I was not even sure the “transformation” I was looking for was related to professional, personal or even spiritual issues. I started researching about several subjects in marketing,… Read more » about Why Bournemouth University and an Internship in Tunisia?
My name is Alejandra Toro, I am a 24-year-old psychology graduate from Colombia currently studying a Master’s in Nutrition and Behaviour at BU. I took a risk when I decided to undertake a degree in a field that was unknown for me, which, by the way, was scary at first. Nonetheless, this course caught my… Read more » about Why I chose MSc Nutrition and Behaviour at BU
Bournemouth University Scholarship student, Clara Zhijin Chen must have thought she was seeing double on results day. On the very day as she received her BA (Hons) in Communication & Media, Clara was also awarded a LTCL Diploma from Trinity College of Music, London – a second degree level qualification! A second pianist and music… Read more » about Double degrees of success for two Music Scholarship students
A postgraduate law qualification has helped Keziah Gitonga pursue her passion for social justice by taking up a role with the British Red Cross. Since completing the LLM Law Framework in 2015, Keziah has joined the charity as a Service Co-ordinator within the International Family Tracing Team. The team helps to connect people in the… Read more » about Graduate story: Passion for social justice leads to British Red Cross role
Hey! Thanks for clicking on this Vlog thing! Today, I’m talking about why I chose to go to Bournemouth university twice!
This year has seemed to whizz by, these are some things that I wish I’d picked up from the start 🙂
Here’s a bit of a chat about my experience with mental health issues whilst studying at Bournemouth University. Feel free to ask any questions and I hope you have a good day!
I am Jaime Gorman. I am 40 and came to BU from Colorado to study MLit (Hons) English. On day one, as excited as I was, sitting in a cluster of a couple of hundred 18-year-olds was initially very awkward. Not only was I literally old enough to be their mother, I felt culturally and… Read more » about Being a Mature Student