Many of us have experienced the transition from school to college. We were told it was a big leap, because of the new environment and new work ethic. After all, A-levels and BTECs get us into our dream university right? However, as important as this transition is, it is a small step compared to the… Read more »
Let me be honest with you. Doing a degree is very hard work. So if the opportunity is presented to take a break from academic work while simultaneously enhancing your employability skills, would you not take it? Well I did. I opted to undertake a placement year as part of my degree. I haven’t regretted… Read more »
Meet our new vlogger Sophie, who’s here to tell you about Bournemouth in the summer…
If you’re a keen outdoors, nature-lover, or environmental person like me, then field trips and the area around a university can be a key reason for going to that specific uni. For me, one of the stand-out reasons I choose BU was the applied nature of its Geography course and the amount of fieldwork this led… Read more »
Meet our new vlogger Lucy, who’s here to tell you a bit about what to expect at a BU Open Day.
So, when I came to BU three years ago it was important for me to get as involved in uni life as I could and so after attending the Freshers’ Fair and seeing about the different opportunities available, I started applying to join in. I started being an Ambassador and then I was asked to… Read more »
Our new vlogger Steph tells us what it’s like to be a Media Production student…
Meet our new vlogger Oli, who tells us what he loves about BU.
The time has come for you to choose your first year accommodation and like many, you have no idea where you want to stay. Some of you may have flicked through pictures or watched YouTube clips on the university website and seen accommodation that catches your eye. You may have spoken to people who are… Read more »
We asked our bloggers to tell us what they love about their halls – there was a lot of arguing about why their halls are the best, but we’ll let you decide what you think. Wherever you end up living, it looks like you’re going to have a great time! Carlyle Collins I lived in… Read more »
Exams, whether SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels or at university, are stressful, exhausting, but well worth it in the end. Exams are usually that final barrier to freedom, relief and success, especially the summer ones which are taking place right now. Exams are key, and so here are a few tips to keep you relaxed during them… Read more »
I’m the type of person that likes to be kept busy; I’m always planning ahead and making plans. I prefer having lots of things going on as I feel it gives me purpose and that’s why one of my favourite sayings (and one I live by at university) is work hard, play hard! University is… Read more »