Here’s a week in my life – in photos! Day 1, Wednesday 3 February 2016 I study Television Production and am currently applying to work placements as part of my degree. Today I travelled to London as I was invited to an interview in Hammersmith! After the interview I met my mother and went to… Read more »
Aside from getting that all important degree, what else can you do at BU? Josephine’s here to tell you.
Applying to university can be a stressful time for all those involved and the main concern is usually the financial side of student life. You may be wondering how you are going to manage your spending and income while at university. Being an Accounting, Finance & Economics student, I am at a slight advantage. I… Read more »
Have you got questions about BU? We’ve picked out some of your frequently asked questions… I’ve just received a conditional offer for BU, when can I book my accommodation? Congratulations, that’s great news! We are just finalising our release dates for undergraduate students joining us in September 2016. We will share these details in spring 2016…. Read more »
When I look back at my time at Bournemouth University, it instantly brings a smile to my face and makes me feel nostalgic about four of the best years in my life. Four years which have helped shape my life, my career and the people I chose to have close to me. I studied Leisure… Read more »
Applicant Open Days are for applicants who have been offered a place to study at BU – congratulations if that’s you! Based on her own experience, Amba tells us what you can expect at the day, and how it can help you choose your uni.
Luckily for me, I rarely have 9am lectures – I guess the Psychology lecturers don’t want to start work at the crack of dawn either! 8:30 I wake up, with great difficulty, and cobble a socially acceptable outfit together. By the time I’ve finished getting ready it’s time to catch the U3 bus to Uni,… Read more »
What learning support it available at BU? Amba tells us about Additional Learning Support, Study Skills, language support and Peer Assisted Learning.
Having completed your full application to UCAS and having carried out all aspects of that including: writing your personal statement, stating your college/school grades etc., you then have the joy of waiting. It’s boring, I know. When I was waiting for my replies, I was checking my emails every chance I got. That is why… Read more »
Nutrition is an excellent course to pursue at BU for many different reasons. The reason I love this course is that the lecturers are extremely friendly and are easy to talk to, making you want to listen and learn much more. But putting that aside the resources available to use are excellent, there’s even a… Read more »
With the UCAS deadline fast approaching, it’s time to sort out your coppers. Luckily for you I’ve done the research so you don’t have to. I know it can be boring so I’ll keep it simple. Feel free to send me food as a thank you… Most people will receive two types of loans: A… Read more »
At BU, we think professional work placements are a great addition to your CV. Harriet Rose is currently planning her third year placement, so she tells us why she thinks they’re so important!