Hiya, It’s around that time of year again where everyone starts looking into accommodation for the following year. With big decisions such as living in a house vs a flat coming at you from around the corner, I thought I’d make a video all about the pros and cons for both and my experience moving… Read more » about Living in a dorm room VS a student house
Studying abroad for many international students like me is a golden opportunity to discover my potential while bringing a number of significant changes. It can be enjoyable and full of delights, but it can also be challenging. Therefore, listening to your mind and taking care of your mental well-being is an essential experience for international… Read more » about Mental well-being and why it’s important for international students
Moving to a new country and adapting your lifestyle to a new culture can be challenging initially. However, by embracing changes and being open-minded, you can overcome culture shock while cherishing your living experience by immersing yourself in UK rich culture. This blog post will share some of my own experiences to create a sense… Read more » about Immersing myself in UK culture – how I created a sense of belonging while studying abroad at Bournemouth University
Many of us struggle during the first few months at university because the pressures of our courses, struggling with our workload and not understanding the course content amongst other new experiences. BU have helpfully compiled a list of tips and tricks in order to help you if you feel you are struggling. These really helped… Read more » about Tips and advice to keep the pressures off!
Hiya, As I’m going into my third year I thought it would be fun to look back over my freshers move in vlog and react to it for you, explaining all the things that went on behind the camera and how I was feeling about uni on that first day. Emily 🙂
Hiya, So recently I got the opportunity to work as a camera operator at the Bournemouth 7s rugby festival, it was an amazing weekend and I’m so grateful for the opportunity, so I thought I’d tell you all about it 🙂 Emily 🙂
Hiya The summer before I went to uni my head was swimming with questions about what uni was like. How do you meet people? How do you avoid getting lost on campus?? What if I don’t drink!? So I thought I’d put together a list of all the questions I wanted answering before I went… Read more » about 10 things I wish I knew before going to uni
Since the lovely weather has started and summer has rolled into full force, Emily and her housemates have gone out exploring yet again and have found some more Bournemouth gems to share with you! We hope you find some new places to explore from this video 🙂 Watch Emily’s other vlog about places to visit.
Yes I learnt a lot about my course and industry while at university, but my time at BU taught me a lot about life too. These are some of the key lessons I learnt: 1. Friendships It is cliche but the value of friendships becomes very clear while at university, you start to appreciate quality… Read more » about The lessons I learnt at BU
Back in Nigeria – in October 2020, when I received the email from BU International Admission that learning would take place online for my January 2021 postgraduate programme, I became really curious and perturbed. I wondered aloud and spoke to some friends who had completed their studies before the advent of Covid-19 in the… Read more » about Brightspace; an e-friend and learning solution
My parents have worked hard to ensure my sisters and I are able to attend university abroad. Growing up and moving out was what we expected. Looking back, it wasn’t until early September when the realisation struck me that I am moving away. At first it was excitement and joy, being able to start a… Read more » about One way flight: Look back piece on leaving home
Moving to university is an entire experience on its own. You have traveled the distance, you have your belongings in bags, and you have just stepped into your accommodation. Now you are here and classes have not yet begun, so you may start to feel the sense of “what now?” I have personally met an… Read more » about The first few days: 3 tips to settling in