Becoming a Children’s and Young People’s Nursing student

Hello, my name is Sian and I am a BSc (Hons) Children’s and Young People’s Nursing (CYP) student. For as long as I can remember I have always wanted to be a children’s nurse, after originally having a place at another university at the age of 18 my circumstances changed, which meant I could no… Read more »

Read about Ross’s experience in finding a placement

This is a guest post by current student Ross Beadman studying BA (Hons) Advertising Finding a placement was a gruelling process in the beginning. I applied to the most relevant internships on the placement microsite by customising a cover letter, CV and email. Each rejected application … obviously I felt bad. I did this for… Read more »

Emma’s persistence has led to her working with big-brand names

This is a guest post from current student Emma Brooks studying BA (Hons) Marketing Communications My name is Emma, I’m a BA (Hons) Marketing Communications undergraduate and I’ve recently completed my placement year – wow what a year it’s been! I have been on the road  touring the country as an event manager promoting the… Read more »

Choosing Physiotherapy

Getting an offer from Bournemouth University for Physiotherapy has been one my biggest opportunities to date. Although coming straight from Sixth Form made me nervous initially, with perhaps less clinical experience than more mature students, I soon realised this is to everyone’s advantage. As a small cohort you get to know other students well and… Read more »

Sophia’s trip to the European Cyber Security Challenge

Cyber security is becoming increasingly important as more of us rely on technology in our daily lives. Our guest blogger Sophia is in her final year of studying BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management and has had the amazing opportunity to compete against international opponents in the European Cyber Security Challenge. Here she tells us more… Read more »