A day in the life of a nursing student

This is a guest blog written by Beth Corden. A day in the life of a nursing student is very different to that of other university students. People may think we follow the stereotype label of ‘students’, getting up at midday, eating leftover dominos for breakfast and taking hung-over strolls to 12pm lectures… but let… Read more »

Everything you need to know about lectures

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 »

Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems…!

STUDENT FINANCE! One of the many god sends that helps us get through the year without going (too far) into our overdraft. Well, like most things in life there are pros and cons to everything, allow me to explain. Pro: the fact that you will have large sums of money in your account and can… Read more »

5 days as a vegetarian!

I have always wanted to try and see if I could be a vegetarian. Therefore, I challenged myself to be a vegetarian for five days. Who knows, this might be the beginning of my vegetarian lifestyle… Find out how my meal plans changed and whether I have chosen to be a vegetarian for the rest… Read more »

The wonders of a BU scholarship

I can’t stress enough how amazing it has been to be rewarded with an Academic Excellence Scholarship. Bournemouth University offers a range of scholarships, rewarding academic excellence, and musical or sporting talents. The fact there was a chance I could be awarded £1,500 encouraged me to work that little bit harder to achieve those grades… Read more »

Life skills gained at University

Hey guys! So I’m back again with some life skills I gained whilst being at University. Living without parents was a very daunting experience for me in my first year, as I’d never moved out from home ever before. I’d definitely say there have been rapid changes I encountered and developed, which I don’t think I… Read more »