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When applying for university, or even when your place is already secured, you might find yourself a bit confused, with so many questions that you want to ask. It might be that you’re not sure what to do about your accommodation, registration and enrolment, or where to find your timetable or how to register with a… Read more »

BAPR student Weronika Waskiw combining volunteer work with her placement role at VisitBritain

Where are you originally from? – Poland Placement Job Title – PR Co-ordinator at VisitBritain Briefly describe your placement experience so far – VisitBritain is the national tourism agencyfor the UK and is responsible for marketing Great Britain globally. My role is to support our London and overseas offices, such as USA, China or Brazil, to help them deliver higher volumes… Read more »

UCAS EXTRA – does this apply to me?

What is UCAS Extra? If you’ve applied and received decisions from five universities and either you weren’t offered a place or you declined all of your offers, you can still apply to one further university using UCAS Extra. Please note: You’ll only be able to apply to one course at a time, meaning you’ll not… Read more »

Image of Danielle and friends at last year's Summer Ball

What’s to love about final year?

So, everyone knows how great first, second and the optional placement year is, but all you tend to hear about with final year is the work load and dissertation! But what they don’t tell you is how fun final year can be and how you just need to make the most of your last year… Read more »

How I decided what I wanted to do as a job…

It’s hard knowing what you want to do as a job, I think we can all agree on that. From the day you’re sat there in school and they say, what do you wanna do at college? Then you somehow muster up some choices to do at college and then they’re banging on about what… Read more »

BU’s Free Fall Society

My knees are tight against my stomach as I crouch on the solid plane floor. Multiple heads with helmets sit before me,  packed in like sardines, eagerly awaiting their turn. Now and again, their faces peer back, some eyes filled with fear, others glistening with excitement. As the engine roars and the plane propels upwards,… 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 »