Swimming at Kimmeridge Bay

The new episode on my “international friends” series

  One of the most significant reasons for me to choose the UK for my master’s degree year was higher multiculturality compared to other European countries. According to my experience as an international student in the UK, I can say that the UK education system tries to improve its cultural diversity vision in many areas…. Read more »

Kage's first year experience

How I’ve found my first year at BU

Hey I’m nearly at the end of my first year and I feel like I’ve learned so much and can’t wait to come back in September! Hope you like my latest vlog where I share my first-year experience and provide some top tips along the way for your first year. Kage 🙂

Celebrating The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and experiencing one of the greatest British traditions

This year marks a remarkable momentum in British history when Her Majesty The Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service. The Platinum Jubilee Central Weekend will take place from 2 to 5 June across the UK to celebrate this extra special occasion. Join me in… Read more »

How ResLifeBU helped me adjust to life in a new country

My journey from home to Bournemouth had been extremely exhausting with over 20 hours spent flying and dragging my luggage. The days following it were to be spent quarantining in my BU accommodation in accordance with the government guidelines. I was told by ResLife that we would be provided with a basic isolation pack. To… Read more »

Things to do in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Mindful ways to spend your time.

So, imagine you made it into Bournemouth University, or are a student already. When you hear “student life”, what things come to your mind first? Something frivolous and light-headed, and it’s more that understandable, we, students all do that! But I would like to go a bit more creative, and tell you about some different… Read more »

Packing your life in under 23kgs: Top tips for international students

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 »