Talbot Campus: the student insight

Talbot Campus, the main University Campus. With study rooms to coffee shops, there is nothing else needed whilst you’re there.  However, due to the size of the student population, there are often little things that you can pick up to make sure your time is best suited to optimise studying. Below are some helpful tips… Read more »

What I’ve learnt living away from home

Organisation Living away from home means completely organising your whole entire life without the assistance of mum reminding you of certain commitments! After a while I have gotten used to using a diary or my phone to organise not only uni related deadlines, but also social arrangements and any (dreaded) housework! Making sure I was… Read more »

The transferable skills studying a Master’s degree has enhanced

Studying a Master’s degree at Bournemouth University has helped enhance and develop transferrable skills which are invaluable when coming to applying for jobs. At undergraduate level and in previous employment these skills are learnt and developed, but they are really tested and developed in postgraduate study! Organisation and time management are two tremendously important skills… Read more »

Spaces that help you learn: Talbot Campus

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 »

A spotlight on Nerve Media

Whether you fancy yourself as a TV presenter, think you might be the next Fearne Cotton or simply just enjoy writing news stories, Nerve media, the student’s Union Media platform here at Bournemouth University has something for everyone. Consisting of Nerve TV, Nerve Magazine, Nerve Radio, Nerve Online and Nerve News, they bring the very… Read more »

My BU RAG experience: How far can you Leggit?

How far could we leggit? The question my best friends and I were determined to answer when we decided to embark on one of BU’s Raising And Giving (RAG) Society’s challenges: The ‘How Far Can You Leggit?’ Charity Hitchhike. Our challenge? To be the team who could get the furthest away from Bournemouth in just… Read more »

Clubs and Societies at BU

Hello! I am Jaime from Colorado and on the MLit (Hons) English Programme here at BU. There is more to experience at Bournemouth University than just courses! With over 100 clubs and societies to choose from at BU, you are bound to find some to suit your own interests and hobbies. Plus, if there is… Read more »

Clubs and Societies at BU

Hey guys, its JC again. While doing my Masters in Maritime Archaeology at Bournemouth University, I’ve joined some societies to meet people outside of my course. There are so many clubs and societies to choose from. If you can’t find one that interests you, then you can create one. What’s Out There  There are so… Read more »

Amber’s experience with SUBU as a Postgrad

As a postgraduate student with all the normal pressures that come with this, support from my students’ union is really important. Whether, like me, you continue on for postgraduate study at the same university or whether you start over at a new university, there will always be similar challenges to face. Before starting my postgraduate… Read more »

So, what’s all this about volunteering?

During my second year at Bournemouth, I decided that I should get more involved with volunteering opportunities around me. I’d briefly looked at the SUBU Volunteering stand at Freshers Fair, but to be honest the free Starbucks and Lidl give away bags sort of distracted me! Still, I decided to be productive and get online… Read more »