To be honest, I have been in England for two years studying for my A-levels therefore I didn’t think my life was going to change that much by coming to Bournemouth. But I was wrong!! During my A-levels, I didn’t have a lot of friends because everyone was busy with studying and working. Also being so… Read more »
So, you wanna be a BU Student? If you’re interested in what being an International student coming to the UK involves I can help. Studying abroad may be one of the most beneficial experiences available for a University student. Coming to BU has meant I can not only study for my course but also learn… Read more »
Here is my student survival guide:
1. Courses vs. Majors In the US, you have a choice of majors and minors. Majors and minors are subjects that you want to specialise in. US colleges and universities also require you to have what is known as ‘general educational units’. UK universities have you apply for one specific course and that course… Read more »
How far could we leggit? The question my best friends and I were determined to answer when we decided to embark on one of BU’s Raising And Giving (RAG) Society’s challenges: The ‘How Far Can You Leggit?’ Charity Hitchhike. Our challenge? To be the team who could get the furthest away from Bournemouth in just… Read more »
Hugh talks us through his uni application process and offers a few handy hits and tips along the way!
My name is Diman Velev, I am originally from Bulgaria, and I came to the UK in September 2015 to study Tourism Management. I chose Bournemouth University because it was the best place to study Tourism Management and I’ve always wanted to study abroad. So far studying and working abroad has been a really positive… Read more »
Hello! I am Inta from Canada, studying a BA (Hons) International Hospitality & Tourism Management at BU. I know from experience that healthy eating while at uni isn’t always the easiest thing to do. As a Canadian living in the UK, healthy foods aren’t exactly part of the British cuisine although it is getting better!… Read more »