Bournemouth is quite simply one of the most stunning coastal towns in the country. But it’s not just about the seven-mile stretch of sand, there are other hidden gems to be discovered too. For Jack Brown, studying BSc (Hons) Archaeology , the New Forest National Park offered the perfect location to undergo his work placement…. Read more »
The students who study at BU are different. Their ambitions, expectations, interests, are all unique to them. And so are their experiences! Jessica tells us about her degree of difference in this guest blog. Jessica Correia studying BSc (Hons) Midwifery. There is no feeling quite like the drive home post a 12-hour night shift as… Read more »
It’s important to make the most of your summer before university- and I’m pretty sure you have already. Here’s some advice of how to spend those last couple of weeks before you start.
This is a guest blog by current student Stephanie Robert, studying BA (Hons) Computer Animation Art & Design. Studying animation is a challenging course, but every day allows you to do what you enjoy doing. The assignments allow you to be innovative and creative, pushing your work in whichever direction you choose. Spread across the… Read more »
Want to know a little more about the accommodation options at BU? Join Daisy as she takes you on a tour of Corfe House our Halls of Residence based over in Poole!
Join current student Oliver as he celebrates Bournemouth’s BourneFree Pride Festival!
Coming to university, one of my biggest fears was the worry of finding friends, being able to fit in and generally just feeling comfortable with my surroundings. Although Bournemouth University is a relatively small university compared to others, I believe this makes for a tighter knit community. When walking around a university twice the size,… Read more »