Keen about sport but not too sure which direction to go in? Check out what current students Dan, Luke and Katie have to say about their different sport courses. The facilities, industry links and outstanding sport academics we boast at BU helps our students to truly stand out in this subject area!
Thinking about a degree in Archaeology? Felise and Kate tell us what they really love about their Archaeology degrees whilst showing us some of the amazing artefacts found by BU students on digs. They talk placements, great tutors, favourite units and much more!
Sometimes your plans for when you finish school or college don’t quite work out. You might change your mind, discover a different option, not quite achieve the grades you need, the list goes on. Maybe you were thinking about an apprenticeship? Maybe you want to go travelling? Watch my vlog to hear my story and… Read more »
This is a guest blog by current student Shaun, studying BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences. Do you want to do that little bit extra and get paid to do it at the same time? Well one option is to become a student ambassador. Yes, that’s right the ones in the bright pink hoodies. I have been… Read more »
This is a guest blog by ResLifeBU Assistant Phoebe Watkins. Feeling a little apprehensive about moving away from home? Wondering how your going to meet new people when you arrive? ResLifeBU have you covered. In 2016 BU launched ResLife, to help create a lively, friendly and supportive community for new students in BU accommodation. So,… Read more »
This is a guest blog by Bradley Powell, Student Welfare Officer, SUBU. If you want to make the most out of your time at BU, I’d definitely recommend getting involved with SUBU. There’s plenty of opportunities for everyone. In first year, I volunteered to be the Student Rep. This led to a snowball effect; The skills and experience I gained from… Read more »
When it comes to relationships at University, you get to hear all of the comments that you may feel unnecessary such as “it won’t last” or “you won’t be able to do it”. It is these comments that encourage you to challenge the supposed stereotypes of University relationships and their failures. From my personal experience,… Read more »
The residential field trip to the Peak District is definitely one of the highlights of first year in my opinion. It gave us a chance to experience carrying out fieldwork in a new environment, whilst also allowing us to socialise and bond together as a course throughout the trip’s duration. The first day was mainly… Read more »
This is a guest blog by BU graduate Scott Bruce. First things first, being a qualified nurse is completely different to being a student! You actually get to call yourself a nurse and the buck stops with you! (EEK!… Scary, Right?!) You find yourself on shift saying things like “I’ll just go and check” or… Read more »
We definitely couldn’t ignore the recent hype around veganism, what with Veganuary having just passed us by! Being vegan means following a diet and lifestyle that does not use nor contain any animal products. Recently there has been a sharp increase in the amount of young people hopping onto this craze especially throughout January where… Read more »
Bournemouth is a fantastic area for a student to live. There is a young yet calm vibe to the town, which I think helps new students to feel more comfortable meeting new people and living away from home. Whenever somebody asks me what my favourite thing is about Bournemouth, I struggle to answer because there are… Read more »
While I was home for Christmas, I got a little homesick for Uni so made a video discussing why Bournemouth might be great for you! Watch to find out why I love Bournemouth as a place to live and study.