This is a guest blog by current student Peter, studying BA (Hons) International Management. Hello, my name is Peter and I’ve just finished my first year of university. I am studying International Hospitality Management and am an older student aged 26. Being a mature student isn’t always a bad thing… as being slightly older I… Read more »
How far away is Bournemouth to London? You can catch the fast train service from London to Bournemouth, taking approximately one hour and 50 minutes. What is the night life like in Bournemouth? With something going on every night of the week in bars, clubs and pubs across the town, it is no wonder that Bournemouth… Read more »
There seems to be an app for everything nowadays. You can use them to monitor your fitness, find the name of that song you heard while out shopping, there’s even an app to help you find your friends! They can make your life a lot easier, particularly when you’re a student. Here are the top… Read more »
I don’t know a student who doesn’t love technology, and, amongst all the “essentials” such as YikYak and Instagram, you will find some gems to help you thrive at university. I have conveniently collected 10 of my most used apps for you… Money and Budgeting! It’s no secret that you’re probably not going to be… Read more »
Oli’s back, and this time he’s talking about student life in Bournemouth…
Interested in how I’m dealing with online university during lockdown whilst I’m on a practical course? Well I made a video all about my everyday uni life now and what I’m doing as a television production student 🙂 Enjoy! Emily x
Thinking about studying a degree in BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism? This NCTJ accredited course at Bournemouth University is the perfect build up to a career in journalism and the media for when you leave uni. Throughout the three years you get a good balance of practical and theoretical work that covers all aspects of journalism,… Read more »
Every morning I wake up at 7am and get started with my day. Here’s what it’s like to be a Bournemouth University student studying a BA (Hons) Events Management degree.
Politics is part of Bournemouth University’s Faculty of Media and Communication, which all takes place at Talbot Campus. It’s a small course, with only about 20-30 students in each year and, due to its interdisciplinary nature, our lectures are sometimes combined with other courses, such as BA (Hons) History and BA (Hons) Communication and Media…. Read more »
As far back as I can remember I’ve been intrigued by the remarkable ability of a woman’s body to grow a new life. So at 17 when it came to applying to university, I submitted my application to study Midwifery. I had just met my now-husband Mikey and after a crazy few months together, we… Read more »
Sharing what I do in a day as an undergraduate student at Bournemouth Uni.
This is a guest blog by current student Stephanie Robert, studying BA (Hons) Computer Animation Art & Design. Studying animation is a challenging course, but every day allows you to do what you enjoy doing. The assignments allow you to be innovative and creative, pushing your work in whichever direction you choose. Spread across the… Read more »