Although we can’t head to the beach right now (unless we live close by and it’s our 1 walk of the day), here’s a reminder of what we have to look forward to in the near future! Current student Hussein takes us on a stroll down to Bournemouth beach. When my course gets busy with… Read more »
To celebrate International Midwives Day on 5 May, current student Jess, shares some tips on how to write a personal statement if your applying for BSc (Hons) Midwifery. Writing about yourself in general is hard enough but when you only have 4,000 characters to make a great first impression, mention all your transferable skills, talk… Read more »
It has always been the case that the BSc Hons Adult Nursing is a physical and academic challenge, with the third and final year being the biggest challenge of all before graduating. The unprecedented events around the current Coronavirus global pandemic have highlighted the need for increased numbers of healthcare professionals to join the NHS… Read more »
My name is Sam and I am a paramedic. Six months ago I graduated from Bournemouth University’s BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science course. I would never have expected within such a short space of time from graduating that I would be working on the frontline during a global pandemic. The clinical decision making and critical thinking… Read more »
At the moment it is a bit of a scary time full of uncertainty, lock down and vulnerability. During our time at home there are a number of things that we must do to help the world recover and keep loved ones safe, and some things we can do to help prevent the spread of… Read more »
During times when our physical health is at risk, way too many people neglect their mental health. Keeping a healthy mind is just as important as staying healthy. So I’ve compiled some tips on how to stay as positive and healthy as can be. Enjoy!
During this time of worry, isolation and uncertainty, it’s important more than ever to be kind and supportive of one another. As socialising becomes increasingly difficult (well non existent other than virtually), days feel like they are lasting forever! Here are a few tips on how you can show your love and support, help lift… Read more »
During this time of social distancing, it’s important to keep in touch and stay connected to your friends and family, both in and out of the household you are distancing in. As there are both students who have gone back home to live with their family and left behind their uni friends, and students who… Read more »
Adjusting to working from home is a super valuable skill to learn whilst at university… and is something the vast majority of us have had to do in light of recent events. It can be difficult to transition from working in an office, library or any other work-accustomed environment that you are used to being… Read more »
Choosing a subject to study at university can be difficult, especially as this is going to be the main thing you spend at least 80% of your time on for the next three or four years. When making this choice I personally got pretty confused as even if you have narrowed down the universities you… Read more »
The prospect of studying a semester abroad at a different university to your own, might seem like a small step for an international student, but it still represents a significant action nonetheless, regardless of where you come from. Going on an exchange programme is an opportunity not to be missed, and one you can gain… Read more »
Sharing what I do in a day as an undergraduate student at Bournemouth Uni.