BA (Hons) Events & Leisure Marketing student Jana Saastamoinen went on a study exchange semester in Macau and was shortlisted in the Institute for Tourism Studies’ 2018/19 Honours List due to her academic performance while doing a semester in Macau. The Institute for Tourism Studies Macau is the main mobility partner for BU Events Management… Read more » about My study exchange in Macau
Talya, one of BU’s Student Ambassadors, talks about how to get to Bournemouth University.
MA Radio Production student Cher Dunn from the USA talks about how to make your way to Bournemouth.
Hi! I am Sujata Shekhawat from India and I am studying MA Media and Communication. I am sure that you are all super excited to come to Bournemouth and start your university adventure. You might have been booking your accommodation, flight tickets and shopping for stuff to bring with you. If you’re an international student,… Read more » about Coming to Bournemouth from overseas?
So if you don’t already know, there are literally tons of places to explore and visit as a student when at Bournemouth University. If you book halls for your first year, the majority offer an annual bus pass which is included in the price of your rent. When you look at the accommodation pages you’ll… Read more » about Places you can go in Bournemouth with your UNIBUS pass
Hi everyone – my name is Ram and I’m an MA Directing Film and Television student. Today I am going to write a little about the places that can be visited while at Bournemouth University- both in the UK and also in and around Europe. Throughout my stay in Bournemouth, I made it a point… Read more » about How to get the most of the UK and Europe while in Bournemouth
With its 10-mile-long promenade, rich countryside and well-organised roads, Bournemouth offers a great place to hop on a bike to commute or explore, trust me!! With its eco-mind, the university fully supports you bringing your bike to the seaside and offers a variety of services to support you doing so, and to keep you and… Read more » about Two wheels in the Town: a cyclist’s guide to Bournemouth
Growing up on the island of Barbados inspired Bournemouth University graduate Jamie-Lee Abtar to follow a career in travel marketing. Jamie-Lee started her working life greeting new arrivals at Barbados airport. This prompted her to explore further study in marketing and tourism and she enrolled on the MSc Tourism Marketing Management at BU in 2009…. Read more » about Inspired to follow a career in travel marketing
Diane admits that applying to BU was one of the best decisions she made. Despite feeling the international student application process was bit tedious, Diane admits it was such a worthwhile experience because she got to join such a good university. Take a look at Diane’s journey to BU story.
Growing up in London all my life, I knew that I wanted to move away from the big city for university! Bournemouth was my first choice, what with its vibrant student hot spots and sandy beaches! All I knew was the big city and the thought of moving somewhere a lot smaller was a little… Read more » about City life to seaside life
Narrowing your University search down can be quite challenging, with thousands of different courses all over the country knowing where to start can seem quite daunting. University prospectuses can tell you most of the information you will want to know about the university itself but with a minimum three-year commitment you need to make sure… Read more » about Why I’m glad I came to an open day
Getting around Bournemouth and Poole doesn’t have to be expensive. The More Buses operate within most of the Dorset and Wiltshire counties, with a choice of ‘zone’ tickets which differ in price based on just how far out of Bournemouth you would like to travel, and maybe most importantly some services run all night long…. Read more » about Getting around in Bournemouth: The More Buses