This is a guest blog written by Joshua Pitt, a third-year BA (Hons) Politics student. I recently attended the BISA (British International Studies Association) model NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) simulation, representing Canada, which was held at the Foreign Commonwealth and development office in Westminster. I got involved with this event after applying to be… Read more » about Winning an award at the BISA model NATO simulation event
Political Psychology is a combination of two words that look quietly indifferent. I see a confused face every time I meet with someone when I talk about my course, as I also can imagine your face right now! Although many people are not very familiar with this brand-new social science discipline, Political Psychology is getting… Read more » about Political Psychology, is this concept even possible?
This is a guest blog post by current student Saga Oskarson Kindstrand, studying BA (Hons) Politics. My name is Saga, I am doing my bachelor in Politics at BU and just finished a 34 week placement at the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) in Copenhagen. I’m born and raised in Sweden but chose to attend… Read more » about My placement at the Foundation for Environmental Education
Politics is part of Bournemouth University’s Faculty of Media and Communication, which all takes place at Talbot Campus. It’s a small course, with only about 20-30 students in each year and, due to its interdisciplinary nature, our lectures are sometimes combined with other courses, such as BA (Hons) History and BA (Hons) Communication and Media…. Read more » about A day in the life of a BA (Hons) Politics student
This is a guest blog post by current student Liam Richards, studying BA (Hons) Politics. My name is Liam Richards, I am a BA (Hons) Politics student at BU and have undertaken a sandwich placement for my degree. I went to a couple of assessment centres but something was not quite right about the places… Read more » about Liam’s placement experience at a local charity
I am Patricia Britto from Brazil studying a Master’s in International Political Communication here at BU since September 2017. Studying in another country means a great life change. In addition to differences in language, the cultural differences are everywhere – in food, habits, behaviour, expressions, way of seeing life and so on. At the same… Read more » about A season of good memories and lots of learning
I don’t suppose I could justify loving my course at BU because I’m beside the beach, could I? Didn’t think so… Well of course living by the sea is an amazing selling point of BU if you’re struggling to pick a course at two separate universities. I love Politics & Media because it is so… Read more » about Why I love Politics at BU