How John’s dedication helped him start his career at JPMorgan

This is a guest blog post from John Nana about his placement experience whilst studying one of our postgraduate courses in Computing & Informatics. Utilise every opportunity. Break barriers. Have fun. Those were the words running through my mind during the international commencement ceremony for postgraduate students at Bournemouth University. My name is John Nana… Read more »

Finding your food niche

My name is Siju Yusuf from Nigeria, studying MA Media and Communication at Bournemouth University. Eating in Bournemouth is one of the easiest ways to culturally integrate. With an array of intercontinental provisions – Asian, Thai, African, Caribbean, British, etc – Bournemouth has all you need to find your niche. Food is one of the… Read more »

Make your hard work at university count

Make your hard work at university count My name is Siju Yusuf from Nigeria and I am studying MA Media and Communication at Bournemouth University. There are several services that Bournemouth University has put in place to help you with life during and after University. The Career Services team at BU is one of them…. Read more »

Living out of your comfort zone

My name is Sijuade Yusuf from Nigeria, studying MA Media and Communication at Bournemouth University. Where do we begin?  How do we compare? The life of a Nigerian in Bournemouth has to be one of compromises, both enjoyable and sometimes not so enjoyable. The more open-minded you are, the better Experiencing some culture shock is… Read more »

Academic support at BU is all about its people

Hi, my name is Siju Yusuf from Nigeria, studying the MA Media and Communication. One of the exciting and motivating things about studying at Bournemouth University is the range of academic support the university provides, such as IT support, Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) and Additional Learning Support (ALS). Making your learning experience worthwhile As diverse… Read more »