It’s been four years and I still haven’t sussed out uni-life, but we had a lot of fun trying to figure it all out. Looking back, there are definitely a few things I wish someone had told me from the start! 1. Try your best in first-year assignments to understand what kind of grades you… Read more »
Our Offer Holder Open Days welcome anyone looking to study at Bournemouth University but is specially designed for those with an offer (sign up and you’ll even get a free BU hoodie on arrival). This vlog gives you a short summary of what to expect on your visit and also how to make the most… Read more »
Moving to Bournemouth is one of the best things that’s happened to me, but moving to uni is a big step for everyone and, although we may not admit it, we could all do with a little extra support from time to time. You’re not alone! BU’s got everything from academic and financial support to… Read more »
It’s natural to have fears and concerns about starting university. For many people, it involves moving away from home, usually for the first time. I remember how scared I was at the thought of being in a strange place without any of my friends and family and wondering if I was going to cope. But… Read more »
OPEN Be open to making new friends all of the time. It is so easy to cling to the first two people you see during fresher’s week, but try to avoid it! I realised this early on and discovered that at BU there is a huge community of students with different nationalities and backgrounds, embrace… Read more »
A Scriptwriting graduate who has since gone on to write and direct his own successful feature film was back at BU to share his advice and experiences with current students. Ben Cookson – who graduated from the BA (Hons) Scriptwriting for Film and Television degree course in 2006 – wrote and directed Almost Married, a… Read more »
Did you decide today that you want to go to uni only to find the deadline has passed? That’s ok, you can still go. And the choice is either to wait until next year (putting the deadlines in your diary now) or see what is available to late applicants. Deadline doesn’t mean dead-end.