Our growing campus

Bournemouth finally became a university in 1992 after being a College of Technology, an Institute of Higher Education and a Polytechnic. Its long and varied history means that the campus is constantly being upgraded and the buildings updated to ensure Bournemouth is a great place for future students and staff. Since I’m a member of… Read more » about Our growing campus

Alumni Q&A: Craig Tonks, Interstellar Visual Effects Artist

Bournemouth University graduate Craig Tonks was a part of the Oscar-winning team that worked on the visual effects for Interstellar. The Double Negative (Dneg) employee studied MA Digital Effects Course, graduating in 2011. We caught up with him to find out what it was like working on an Oscar-winning film. What were your first steps from BU… Read more » about Alumni Q&A: Craig Tonks, Interstellar Visual Effects Artist

Time for a change

“I wish I had a delete button in my life. To delete some people, some memories, and some feelings.” I’m sure this phrase has more often than not run through most of your heads. To be fair, it has run through mine more times than I am willing to admit. In the last 27.5 years… Read more » about Time for a change

BU graduates celebrate Interstellar BAFTA

A number of Bournemouth University graduates are celebrating after being recognised for their visual effects work on the film Interstellar. Interstellar won the Special Visual Effects BAFTA at the 2015 Awards ceremony, with BU graduate Andy Lockley and one of BU’s honorary doctorates, Paul Franklin, invited on stage to pick up the award. Lockley and… Read more » about BU graduates celebrate Interstellar BAFTA