Looking back at my time at Bournemouth University, I can acknowledge how much I have learnt over this process and how the experience of university has shaped the career choices I am about to make and the person I am now, four years later. Coming to BU was an anxious time for me. I did… Read more »
BU is a lot more diverse than I originally expected. When I went to the Fresher’s Fair during my first year, I stumbled across the Liberation Campaign in the Students’ Union at Bournemouth University (SUBU). There are six campaigns represented by SUBU; Women’s Campaign, Transgender and Non-Binary Students Campaign, Students’ with Disabilities Campaign, LGB+ Campaign,… Read more »
Starting university is daunting but it became a lot easier once I learned some tips and tricks. After completing my bachelor’s degree and now studying for my master’s degree, I have learned along the way that choosing your degree can be a fun experience! Here are a few of my top tips for choosing your… Read more »
Hey, I’m Lara and I’m back again to talk about support at BU, (if you haven’t read my first blog on this subject check it out here). This time, I would like to look at a different type of support BU offers you in your first year, and how to support your fellow students during… Read more »
I first learned the label ‘third culture kid’ when I was seventeen and I was immediately intrigued. It was nice to put a label to something unknown, especially when the conversations of “Where are you from?” would arise. Third Culture Kid is defined as those individuals who are raised in a culture different from their… Read more »
This is a guest blog by current student Max Bateson, currently studying BA (Hons) Product Design Futures. Product Design Futures was a new course for Bournemouth University when I first enrolled, replacing its Industrial Design course. I find the best way to describe this course is Product Design without boundaries. This course doesn’t focus just… Read more »
This is a guest blog post by current student Faith Annet, studying BSc (Hons) Nutrition. My placement is with a kombucha company based just outside Belfast, Northern Ireland. Kombucha is a fermented tea that offers health benefits from promoting healthy gut bacteria and aiding digestion hence its nickname of ‘Elixir’ of health drinks. It’s an… Read more »
Hey, this is Lara from Italy and I’m in my final year here at BU studying computer animation art and design. In this blog, I would like to tell you a bit about the academic support I use at BU to sustain my studies. Throughout my time at BU I discovered there are many ways… Read more »
The constantly changing landscape of university has meant many units have had to be adapted to be completed more online than in person, but the overall fundamentals of the units haven’t changed. As a final year Television Production student, we are now moving into the final units of the degree, those being the graduate project… Read more »
This is a guest blog post from graduate James Henson who studied BA (Hons) Television Production. BU graduate James Henson has won the best student film award for his gradate film at the Soho London Film Festival. This is his story. “Last summer I realised that I hadn’t taken my short film, RUT, any further… Read more »
Hey guys! In this vlog, I share with you what I’m looking forward to doing in 2021. Do you guys have any goals for the new year? 🙂 Have a good day! – Ayra H.
Hello! In this vlog, I share my top 5 budgeting tips that I found very helpful for me throughout my studies so far at Bournemouth or in the UK in general. Hope you’ll find some of it to be useful! Have a good one! – Ayra H.