Planning your packing Packing for University is hard enough without having to worry about how much your stuff weighs. For international students, the airline dictates every aspect of what you pack including what items are allowed, how much it can weigh, and the size. After my experience I have determined a few top tips for… Read more » about Packing your life in under 23kgs: Top tips for international students
If you are an international student, financing your tuition fees or living expenses can be demanding. However, the good news is while you are studying in the UK, your visa allows you to undertake part-time work. This means that, generally, you have the right to work up to 20 hours a week. Starting a part-time… Read more » about How I got a part-time job in a nursery setting: the tips and clues
BU Employability and Career Bournemouth University has plans and programme which made my student experience a convenient one; during my term times, I attended lectures and worked either on my personal computer or on the university premises. I did not have to be too much engaged elsewhere and that afforded me the little convenience that… Read more » about Available Part-Time Jobs in Bournemouth: the Perspective of an International Student
BU student Madhumitha shares reasons why she choose BU to study MA Post Production Editing at postgraduate level. After lots of research online and talking to counsellors in the UK and India she chose BU. She gives us her reasons for travelling to the UK to study at Bournemouth University and also how she is… Read more » about Why study Post Production Editing at Bournemouth University
Hey this is Madhumitha, a postgraduate film student at Bournemouth University. Watch me take you through some of the travel packing mistakes and lessons I learnt as a postgraduate student flying to the UK for the first time!
Sousdey everyone! Hello everyone! (Sousdey means Hello in Khmer) Well, where should I begin – I don’t know how to capture this in a few sentences. But let me try. Born and raised in a remote village in Cambodia, my life has been nothing but adventurous since a very young age. From living in a… Read more » about From Angkor Wat to Bournemouth – A Chevening Scholar’s Story
Congratulations! Now that you have gotten an offer to study at Bournemouth University, I cannot but join other well-wishers to congratulate you, indeed, it is going to be another stride towards attaining your career goal. Obviously, this would take you away from your home country as an international student. Take note that it is compulsory… Read more » about After Receiving an Offer to Study at BU; Some Steps to Take.
Introduction Being an international student, understandably, can be a pretty exciting experience, with so many expectations and unknowns lying ahead of you, as someone who is an international student myself, I would like to have my say about what support is available for people from different countries, comig to us and share my experience of… Read more » about Being an international student at BU
Hey this is Madhumitha, a postgraduate film student at Bournemouth University. In this vlog, I hope to introduce you all to some cheap and affordable shops in Bournemouth! Enjoy!
The convenient location on campus, reasonable student membership fee, regular class schedules, and friendly instructors and staff are why I chose to register for Yoga classes at SportBU. If you are looking for a place to stay healthy and find balance, I’d highly recommend this experience. Great location to overcome my laziness Since I moved… Read more » about How SportBU Yoga classes have helped me stay healthy and find balance
I arrived in the United Kingdom in the last week of September 2021. My country India was on the Amber list during that time which meant that l had to make various travel plans, book quarantine accommodation, get an RT-PCR test all in the midst of the pandemic. I was extremely grateful to the travels… Read more » about Arriving at BU: Support I received from BU’s Travel Team
Being in my last semester of my postgraduate course means that my days aren’t what you would consider to be the normal student experience, but this is what a day in my life as a postgraduate is like. I’ll compare this to how it was different when I had taught units, my tips for staying… Read more » about Dissertation, cinema trip, working and staying productive