Uni is very different from school or college! You will most likely be expected to be a little more independent and are required to spend a good amount of time independently completing wider reading for your course. I definitely struggled with this when I arrived at uni, as although there is available support from lecturers… Read more »
Find out more about how you can arrive back to university after the winter break with your mind as prepared and organised as possible. Do find a Vlog embedded below this text. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them as a comment!
So, university’s over. Well for now at least – it’s summer time. Time to relax and let go of some steam right? Well yes, partly. This is the time for you to go on holidays, bathe in the sun and spend time with your family before you start another hectic year at university. But, between all that it’s… Read more »
These are a few of the places on campus (and a bonus place) that I find make group projects a little easier 🙂
Studying is hard sometimes, especially if you try to study in your room whilst sitting in bed. We all know the scenario far too well: fuzzy clothes, laptop, books, a cup of tea and you are all set for studying. Why is it that after just 10 minutes you find yourself doing everything else but… Read more »
Here I talk about how I go about writing academic essays and how I reference my work! I also give you a few top tips on how to tackle your essays!
Where is the best place to study? It’s an argument that goes all the way back to the time when universities first opened their doors. Essentially people are split in two parts, those who believe that you should study in the comfort of your room and those who think studying at the library is the… Read more »
The work load becomes rather large as we build up to Christmas and it can be difficult to stay up to date whilst still being festive. Here are my tips on balancing your work at Christmas.
Staying focused over the Christmas period can be tough, especially when you’ve done a whole semester at university, have probably just handed in multiple assignments and just really want to let your hair down, chill out and relax. Well, the good news is you can do both. With thanks to the few handy tips that… Read more »
University life offers you a whole new world of opportunities and I’d say it’s best to get involved from the start. Your first semester at university is the best time to try something new and really get prepared for the rest of your studies in Bournemouth. Joining clubs and societies is a great way to… Read more »
Along with all the benefits of summertime in Bournemouth come the unwelcome and unpreventable exams. As an arts student I got away relatively unscathed during my undergrad. While the physicists and medics slogged away at endless weeks of tests and papers, I had only a handful of 3 hour, high pressure scribble fests. However, exams… Read more »
BU is a great university that offers all sorts of ways to support and enhance your studying experience. Here are my top tips on optimising your study experience: 1. Find your preferred study environment Where you work can have a big impact on your productivity. Do you work best at home, at uni, or perhaps… Read more »