My placement experience

This is a guest blog by Will Eamer, a current student studying BA (Hons) Marketing and Communications. As yet another Christmas fast approaches and we are all left wondering where the time went, I thought it would be a great time to reflect on my placement experience so far. First of all, a brief background… Read more »

Studying for a degree – is it enough?

Every year, thousands of students just like you and I decide to go to university and, more often than not, our decision to do so is based around wanting to increase our job prospects and widen our employment opportunities. While this is great it also means every year there are thousands of students like you… Read more »

Bethany’s Global Horizons Fund experience

I’m about to let you on to what I like to call one of BU’s little secrets. This little secret can give you a big opportunity to chase your dreams and fulfil your wanderlust desires, and the crazy thing is, from people I have spoken to, not many people even know this exists. This best… Read more »

Helena Jarman

My exciting research experience at Bournemouth University

Helena Jarman, a final year BA (Hons) Events Management student, talks about her 6-week research assistantship and the opportunities it opened up. Helena’s research into the fear of missing out (FoMO) and how it shapes event decision-making and event experience led her to help prepare and develop a one-day workshop for industry professionals as well… Read more »

Employment rates for Bournemouth University’s graduates rise again

Bournemouth University has received recognition for the number of graduates in work or further study after graduating, rising in 2016. According to latest statistics from the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, 93.6% of Bournemouth University students are in work or further study six months after graduating from university. This is up on… Read more »

How BU makes you more employable

Employability – the key reason most people go to university. By going to university you pick up a degree that usually puts you ahead of many other people, as well as showing your abilities and intelligence. However, there are two things you can add to your degree that put you above anyone else, and they… Read more »