My experience at the Tourism and Hospitality Fusion Summit 2019

This is a guest blog by Laura Millward, currently studying BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management. Hi,  I am currently in my final year, studying International Hospitality Management. We were lucky enough to get the opportunity to attend the annual Fusion Summit in London, as part of our course. We were introduced to some recognised names… Read more »

My role as a Schools Liaison Ambassador

This is a guest blog by current student Modalmu, who is studying BSc (Hons) Psychology and works as a Schools Liaison ambassador. Hi, my name is Modolamu, I am a final year psychology student and currently a student ambassador for Bournemouth university. My role as a student ambassador varies from working in the office, giving… Read more »

Why you should apply to be a Student Recruitment Ambassador

This is a guest blog by current student Shaun, studying BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences. Do you want to do that little bit extra and get paid to do it at the same time? Well one option is to become a student ambassador. Yes, that’s right the ones in the bright pink hoodies. I have been… Read more »

ResLifeBU – Who are we and what do we do!?

This is a guest blog by ResLifeBU Assistant Phoebe Watkins. Feeling a little apprehensive about moving away from home? Wondering how your going to meet new people when you arrive? ResLifeBU have you covered. In 2016 BU launched ResLife, to help create a lively, friendly and supportive community for new students in BU accommodation. So,… Read more »

How SUBU can transform your student experience

This is a guest blog by Bradley Powell, Student Welfare Officer, SUBU. If you want to make the most out of your time at BU, I’d definitely recommend getting involved with SUBU. There’s plenty of opportunities for everyone. In first year, I volunteered to be the Student Rep. This led to a snowball effect; The skills and experience I gained from… Read more »

Why Bournemouth is the perfect university choice

This is a guest blog by current student Diana Pelino who is studying BA (Hons) Computer Animation Art and Design. Many people have asked me: “Why did you choose BU?” First of all, I chose BU for my course – it has the reputation of being the best 3D animation course in the country. Secondly,… Read more »

Students socialising at the bar in Dylans

What BU Scholarships mean to our students

Hear first hand from some of our students what BU Scholarships have meant for them. BU Sport Scholarship BU was an easy choice for me. The first reason was because the placement opportunities that my course provided were better than the other 4 universities that wanted to recruit me but also Bournemouth was the central location for Beach Volleyball (as… Read more »

What it’s like to be a practicing Adult Nurse after graduating

This is a guest blog by BU graduate Scott Bruce. First things first, being a qualified nurse is completely different to being a student! You actually get to call yourself a nurse and the buck stops with you! (EEK!… Scary, Right?!) You find yourself on shift saying things like “I’ll just go and check” or… Read more »

My experiences on BSc (Hons) Archaeological and Forensic Sciences

It’s best if I start off by introducing myself, I’m Luke Gent and I’ve recently graduated from BSc (Hons) Archaeological and Forensic Sciences and I’m going onto my MRes. What drew me towards BU for this area is its plethora of opportunities regarding the AFS department as well as what skills I could learn, nurture and… Read more »

Funding my degree as a Health and Social Sciences student by working too

This is a guest blog, by current student Lucy Biggs who is studying BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing. For as long as I can remember I knew I wanted to do a job that involved helping people and caring for them. As I matured and I found out more about mental health I couldn’t think… Read more »