My Clearing journey at BU

This is a guest blog by current student Rachel Morley, currently studying BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing. Hi I’m Rachel and I am going to talk a little about my experience of applying through Clearing at Bournemouth University. This time last year, university was only mentioned to me and the thought of applying was terrifying. I was… Read more »

Why I love my NHS family

Before I get into the blog, I just wanted to let you know that my ward is currently a “green” area, meaning we are not dealing with Covid 19 in the way that other teams in the hospital will be. The “red” areas are for confirmed cases of the virus and include other wards and… Read more »

Joining the NHS frontline as a student nurse

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 future. My time. My Clearing opportunity.

This is a guest blog by current student Grace Cookson studying BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing who applied through Clearing. My journey at Bournemouth University began in July last year. I was driving home from work when I saw a Clearing sign outside the main Talbot campus. I live locally. Going to university wasn’t something I… Read more »

My eye-opening nursing elective in Zambia

This is a guest blog by Jasmine Wright, 3rd-year BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing student at BU. She recently travelled to Lusaka in Zambia on a two-week clinical elective to see the differences between healthcare in the UK and in the developing world. This was one of the best experiences of my life. When I started… Read more »