My placement with AFC Bournemouth

For most students, the concept of applying for a job placement can be terrifying. Endless job descriptions, applications and interviews can be daunting at first, but the result is certainly worth it. Having a placement year is one of the main reasons I chose to study at BU. Too many jobs nowadays require applicants to… Read more »

The BU community

Coming to university, one of my biggest fears was the worry of finding friends, being able to fit in and generally just feeling comfortable with my surroundings. Although Bournemouth University is a relatively small university compared to others, I believe this makes for a tighter knit community. When walking around a university twice the size,… Read more »

Being a part of Nerve Media

*Radio voice* Hello! Sophie here, you’re reading my blog about Nerve Media, BU’s student-run media hub! *End of cheesy radio voice literary device.* BU offers so many societies for you to join, and societies are, in my humble opinion, an integral part of your student experience. Right at the peak of these is SUBU (the… Read more »

My Events Management story

The decision to come to university was an inevitable one for me, much like a lot of people of our generation. What wasn’t inevitable were the experiences that would come from being a part of BU and all the opportunities I’ve experienced throughout the last four years. Coming to uni is so much more than… Read more »

My week in photos

Here’s a week in my life – in photos! Day 1, Wednesday 3 February 2016 I study Television Production and am currently applying to work placements as part of my degree. Today I travelled to London as I was invited to an interview in Hammersmith! After the interview I met my mother and went to… Read more »