Bournemouth is a fantastic area for a student to live. There is a young yet calm vibe to the town, which I think helps new students to feel more comfortable meeting new people and living away from home. Whenever somebody asks me what my favourite thing is about Bournemouth, I struggle to answer because there are… Read more » about From London to Bournemouth
The third Monday of January has been known in recent years as Blue Monday, and this year the day falls on Monday 21st January 2019. It stems from the idea that the social fabulousness of the festive season is a distant memory (but the effects of it are still very much with us), and many… Read more » about Healthy body and mind for avoiding the January Blues!
You don’t just have to study on campus you know. There are so many different places you can get your head down and get your student game on! Watch my vlog about the different places you can go 🙂
If you are sat thinking this right now don’t worry! You are for sure not alone. The decision on whether or not to go to university is a big one and requires some thought and consideration before committing to the idea. One of the hardest things about deciding whether uni is for you or not,… Read more » about How do I know if uni is for me?
The first few weeks at university are challenging at the best of times: you are placed in a new environment with people you don’t know, going places you’ve never been and doing things you’ve never done before; if you’re not nervous about any of it, you must be some sort of superhuman! Do not fret… Read more » about How to cope if you feel overwhelmed at university
The festivities are now over and the student loan has finally dropped but how can we combine trying to eat healthier whilst budgeting for the entire semester? Here are some handy tips: Check for supermarket reductions It’s not always fresh produce that has a short shelf life which can be found reduced but sometimes dented… Read more » about New Year – How to eat healthy on a budget
Watch my vlog about bringing Christmas to halls!
This is a guest blog from Kamonpa Wangkuanklang, who studied MSc Tourism Management. Kamonpa reflects on her time at BU and the things she had the opportunity to experience during her studies. A year at BU was very wonderful for me! I was a student in MSc Tourism Management 2017/2018. It was the right choice to study… Read more » about Kamonpa’s reflection on her Tourism Management studies
It’s been four years and I still haven’t sussed out uni-life, but we had a lot of fun trying to figure it all out. Looking back, there are definitely a few things I wish someone had told me from the start! 1. Try your best in first-year assignments to understand what kind of grades you… Read more » about Three things I wish ‘first-year-me’ knew
For those of you starting September this year!! Having been a BU student for four years, there are many tips and tricks I’ve learned during my time here to save time and money here. Here’s a quick blog surrounding all the little things that make life easier – some we wish we knew in our… Read more » about How to be a BU student
Just like everyone else I had to sit there before university began and choose my accommodation for what was going to be my first year in Bournemouth! And guess what? I ended up in Poole. Corfe House, more specifically! Corfe House is one of the many undergraduate/postgraduate accommodations that Bournemouth University has to offer. It… Read more » about What it’s like living at Corfe House
From my experience, this kind of article usually tells you to get prepared, work hard, manage your time well and enjoy. So let’s get that out of the way from the beginning so we can get to the real stuff. That advice is usually very helpful at the beginning of term but I’ll let you… Read more » about Tips to keep motivated!