Funding options in the United States

The United States boasts that it is the educational hub for local and international students alike with various commercialised funding options coming in to your mailbox regularly as well as information about federal loans and grant opportunities. However, based on your income, federal loans and grants after applying on FAFSA do not cover all the… Read more »

An overview of my time as a student at BU

This is a guest blog by current student Laura Mann. I’m a third year student ambassador, studying computer visualisation and animation. Bournemouth University was definitely the right choice for me as it is home to the National Center for Computer Animation (NCCA) which has won several awards and has unrivalled industry links (something that applies… Read more »

My trip to Helsinki

This is guest blog by Sarah B studying BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. “We are delighted to inform you that your abstract has been accepted. We would like to invite you the International Association for Dance Science and Medicine conference in Helsinki, Finland in October 2018” I couldn’t believe what I was reading. After submitting a collaborative… Read more »

See what Megan found so great about studying cyberpsychology

Megan Pleva Graduated July 2016 Currently employed as Sales Manager and Trials Co-ordinator at LiMETOOLS Ltd “The integration of psychology and cyber security was first introduced to me during the cyberpsychology unit in my psychology undergraduate degree at BU, where I first became aware of the effect that internet use is having on our society…. Read more »