A few months ago, the world was met with the unfortunate events of the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus has rooted itself within our daily lives and has shifted the way institutions worldwide has run. Bournemouth University has worked hard to accommodate and attend the needs of ensuring the remainder of everyone’s academic year meets the… Read more »
There’s a lot of information out there about what university life is actually like, but… if you’d like to learn the truth about most things, check out the vlog below! In this video I aim to bust some myths and expose the truth about some rumours that travel around regarding university experiences.
First-year Multimedia Journalism students were tasked to create a magazine for our Features and Online class this semester. The assignment was already quite large and daunting but Covid-19 has taken it to an entire different level. We had two magazines that was led by Emily Keogh and myself, Hussein Malek, as the Editor in Chiefs… Read more »
This is a guest blog by current student Alice Kay, currently studying BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy. My Occupational Therapy (OT) student journey started in 2017, I came to BU after finishing college, where I had studied Sport & Exercise Science and Health & Social Care. Throughout school I had been excited at the prospect of… Read more »
One of the most stressful yet rewarding parts of the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism degree at Bournemouth University is news days. The format and intensity change every year but they give the best insight into what it will be like to work in a real newsroom environment in the future. During the news days, students… Read more »
Moving to Bournemouth was one of the best things that happened to me, but moving to uni is a big step for everyone and, although we may not admit it, we could all do with a little extra support from time to time. You’re not alone! BU’s got everything from academic and financial support to… Read more »
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 »
Being an international student, with my family dotted all over the world, it has been really difficult embracing the fact that I’m probably not going to be able to go home over the summer, and I haven’t really seen my family in a really long time. But, we’ve found different methods to cope and keep… Read more »
Volunteering, such as charity work, can be an amazing way to pad out your CV, help those in need and a useful thing to fill your free time with! This post is to just make sure you feel confident taking that first step into the world of charity work and volunteering. A small amount of… Read more »
When deciding where you want to go to university, you’ll be considering other things about the town/city other than just the uni itself and fitness plays a big part in a lot of people’s lives. Whether you’re used to going regularly at home, you haven’t been into it but want to join one when you… Read more »
Second year accommodation can be a really important decision that needs to be made. I’m currently a second year student but I decided to stay living in halls. There are so many reasons why I decided to do this, but I talk about 3 that were important to me.
It’s normal to feel worried about starting university. Here I reflect on my first term at BU. Emily 🙂