When applying to university a common question is what are lectures really like? Hopefully this blog will enlighten you a little more! Each module you take at university will be made up of lectures, seminars and workshops. They are all slightly different with regards to their learning based structures and outcomes. Lectures generally focus on… Read more »
A typical day as a Journalism student probably starts like most other university student’s – dragging yourself out of bed and pouring yourself a bowl of supermarket own brand cereal before getting ready for a busy day at BU. Apart from that, I don’t think I can give a description of a ‘typical day’ because… Read more »
Second year BA (Hons) Communication and Media student Imogen took over the BU Instagram account for the day. Here is what she got up to… Imogen is taking over our Instagram on Friday to give you an insight into what a Communications and Media student gets up to on an average day! #takeoverbu #belongatbu A post… Read more »
“Games Technology”!! You have got to admit there’s a cool ring to it. ‘Wow!! Can I actually study games?’ Well yes of course!! And if you are reading this then you have already come to the right place. Look no further, if you want to have a career in games, Bournemouth University is the place to… Read more »
Sometimes it feels as though you’re doing the same thing each week, day in and day out. Something I have come to realise is that although it may feel this way, a few months ago, I was stuffing my face with Christmas goodies and in a few days I shall be stuffing my face with yet more… Read more »
Where do I get Student Finance and when should I apply? You can find out about funding your studies, including links to further information regarding bursaries and scholarships, on the Fees and Funding section of our website. Please take a look at ‘Student Finance Explained’, a handy video produced by Student Finance England, for details… Read more »
You only have to hear the word ‘Bar’ to know it’s going to be a pretty cool place with music, entertainment, and of course, alcohol. But there’s some qualities about the university’s very own Dylan’s Bar that make it particularly special… The Food Featuring some of your favourite comfort food, from pizza to loaded nachos, Dylan’s… Read more »
Why consider a placement? Your placement is a fantastic opportunity to network and, if you impress during your work experience, you may even find you have a job waiting for you when you graduate. Many of our graduates have been offered permanent roles with their placement firms – a testament to the skills and work ethic… Read more »
Hey everyone, the clocks go back on Sunday 26th March and I don’t know about you but I don’t have enough hours in the day as it is! Thought I’d make a video about my time-saving tips, hopefully they’ll help you make the most of your day too!
There are many misconceptions about university. Some of you might think that uni students have lots of free time as we only have 8-10 hours of lecture/seminar time and the rest of the time it looks as though we just watch Netflix. Others might think that due to the level of study, all we do… Read more »
Hey guys. It’s winter, it’s raining most of the time… I don’t know about you but I just can’t wait for summer! Here’s a few ideas of things that you can do in your summer to prepare for your next year of uni!
Within Archaeological and Forensic Sciences, we study many different aspects from both subjects. They fit together really well, and even though it is not in the title anymore, anthropology is still studied within the course. Within the second year, this course has the largest number of options to choose from, it can be difficult to… Read more »