STUDENT FINANCE! One of the many god sends that helps us get through the year without going (too far) into our overdraft. Well, like most things in life there are pros and cons to everything, allow me to explain. Pro: the fact that you will have large sums of money in your account and can… Read more » about Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems…!
I’m guessing most of you have heard about a little thing called Student Finance England? For those of you who haven’t it’s basically the government lending moneys to pay for aspects of your university life, including tuition fees, maintenance costs and, if you qualify maybe even a grant (all depending on your household income). So… Read more » about Finances… I’m not really sure what I need to know !?!
So, apart from the *cough cough* award winning beach located right on the doorstep, one of the things that sold Bournemouth University for me was the fact that there was an opportunity for a 40-week placement (although it’s soon to be 30 weeks, which will give you that little bit more flexibility). This basically means… Read more » about Placements: One step closer to the real world
I’ve always said there are two types of people when it comes to receiving results and A-Levels are no different. There are those who are really eager to rip off the proverbial plaster in one quick, swift motion and continually refresh the results page 30 minutes before they’re posted in the hope that by some… Read more » about A guide to A-level results day
So there I was having just arrived at BU all wide-eyed and nervous and also excited. In the first couple of months of my course we often had people from different departments of the uni come and talk to us about the opportunities there were, but the one that stood out to me most was… Read more » about The Student Development Award: What to do when you’ve done so much!
So you’re either an A-level or equivalent student who has never heard of Bournemouth and have no idea where it is, or you made the leap and have decided to put it as one of your choices of university, OR you could be anywhere between those two situations. Basically, whether you have heard about it… Read more » about Patricia’s top ten things to do in Bournemouth
Raise your hand if you have ever run out of money? Raise your hand if you have ever spent way too much too quickly of your methodically planned budget? And last of all, raise your hand if you’re tired of always being broke? Have you kept your hand up for all three (or even just… Read more » about Time to get a job?
By Patricia Obawole 2nd year BU Student, LLB (Hons) Law Freshers, the thing about these not-too-inconspicuous people is that you can spot them a mile of. They are the ones who have the brightest smiles and the most eager faces and the ones who politely refuse the freebies that the upper years are all-to-well familiar with…. Read more » about And Then I Came to Uni…
By Patricia Obawole 2nd year BU Student, LLB (Hons) Law I have always known that I am a person who does love a bit of extra-curricular activities and I have always tried to take part in as much as I can. Unfortunately, this has been put on the back burner now that I am at uni,… Read more » about All The Little Things…
By Patricia Obawole 2nd year BU Student, LLB (Hons) Law Okay, so student loans, they are basically these god-sent gifts from the government that makes life just that little bit easier when you move off to university. They help you through thick and thin and will somehow become your best friend. So it’s all fine and… Read more » about Your university needs YOU…!!
By Patricia Obawole 2nd year BU Student, LLB (Hons) Law Okay, so I recently got back from a one week (5 working days) all expenses paid (by Bournemouth University) trip to Brussels, Belgium. Why you say? Well, I know the right kind of people, no I’m joking. The trip I went on is one of the… Read more » about To Infinity & Beyond…!!
By Patricia Obawole 2nd year BU Student, LLB (Hons) Law So you’ve applied for Bournemouth University and they have given you an conditional offer. Congratulations!! Now you can start considering where you want to live. There’s a whole array of options to choose, from Corfe House (if you want the perfect scenery), Purbeck House (if you… Read more » about Unilove, Unilive, Unilet…!!