Choosing my degree I first chose my degree back in 2006, after 6 years of working in the humanitarian field. Having realised that charity work was my definite career pathway, I decided to invest in my potential. Inevitably, my work is based abroad and therefore gaining a qualification which is recognized internationally was most the… Read more »
1. Join Clubs Join as many clubs and societies as your little heart desires. It’s a great way to branch out and try something new with people who are like-minded and interested in the same thing as you. There are clubs for everything and if you can’t find one that you like, then just create… Read more »
Hey! Thanks for clicking on this Vlog thing! Today, I’m talking about why I chose to go to Bournemouth university twice!
This year has seemed to whizz by, these are some things that I wish I’d picked up from the start 🙂
Here’s a bit of a chat about my experience with mental health issues whilst studying at Bournemouth University. Feel free to ask any questions and I hope you have a good day!
These are a few of the places on campus (and a bonus place) that I find make group projects a little easier 🙂
Studying a Master’s degree at Bournemouth University has helped enhance and develop transferrable skills which are invaluable when coming to applying for jobs. At undergraduate level and in previous employment these skills are learnt and developed, but they are really tested and developed in postgraduate study! Organisation and time management are two tremendously important skills… Read more »
As the saying goes “there are only 2 things you can start without a plan: a riot and a family, for everything else you need a plan”. Approaching the final stage of my Master in Law program, I tremendously acknowledge the importance of clear planning on keeping track and reaching the goals of my master study…. Read more »
I am Jaime Gorman. I am 40 and came to BU from Colorado to study MLit (Hons) English. On day one, as excited as I was, sitting in a cluster of a couple of hundred 18-year-olds was initially very awkward. Not only was I literally old enough to be their mother, I felt culturally and… Read more »
Hello from Bournemouth! I am Jaime Gorman from Colorado, USA and currently on the MLit English programme at BU. At university, budgeting is very important! One of the best ways to save money is to utilise student discounts. There are many discounts available, but here are the ones that I use the most: Amazon Once… Read more »
Taking the decision to become a student after several years out of education was not an easy one. There was so much to take into account, and so much that I was nervous about. My biggest worry was whether I’d be able to cope with full time study after so long. Would I be able… Read more »
Hi! It is Jaime again! As a current student on the MLit English programme at BU, my weekends are anything but typical. When an assignment deadline isn’t looming, I aim for my weekends to be as relaxing and stress-free as possible. Finding time to fit in fun whilst studying can be challenging, but I’ve found… Read more »