From UG Tourism to PG Marketing

When I was 18 all I knew was that I like to travel and discover new cultures and that is what I found at Bournemouth University! For my undergraduate degree, I studied BA (Hons) Tourism Management. However, to begin with I only really new what the Tourism part of the course involved and didn’t focus… Read more »

On your doorstep: Throop Mill

Bournemouth has much to offer the typical student, with plenty of options for social days and evenings out but Bournemouth is just a small part of the County of Dorset, and Dorset has many historic landmarks, beautiful coasts, and areas of natural beauty that can be explored. Just on the edge of Bournemouth in between Muscliffe… Read more »

Christmas in Bournemouth

Ahh, Christmas!! The one thing everyone is waiting for with bated breath now University is in full flow and you’ve got deadlines and class tests every week. Once you hand in your last piece of work, or put that last full stop at the end of your final test, the feeling of freedom is inexplicable. So, here’s… Read more »

The Best Restaurants in Bournemouth

One of the perks of living in Bournemouth is that it’s a tourist honeypot site meaning that it has soo many good places to eat. Whatever your preference or budget, there will be somewhere you can find that will keep you wanting to go back: Mexican, Italian, Japanese, or just a big full English. It’s… Read more »

Why I love living in Bournemouth

So, many of you might be wondering why some of us chose to study at Bournemouth Uni. In all honesty, the location was one of the main influences for me and I’m assuming for many others too. Bournemouth used to be a sleepy seaside town filled with fishermen and smugglers. Fast forward to 2016 and… Read more »