Happy National Volunteering week! University brings to mind thoughts of opportunity and ways to get involved – and what better way to get involved than giving back to your community? I personally find volunteering a really rewarding and fun way to get involved in local (and not so local!) events and give back to the… Read more »
When you live somewhere so beautiful, you don’t always need lots of money to go out and have fun. Follow me for a day where I show you what I get up to with just £10.
From my experience, this kind of article usually tells you to get prepared, work hard, manage your time well and enjoy. So let’s get that out of the way from the beginning so we can get to the real stuff. That advice is usually very helpful at the beginning of term but I’ll let you… Read more »
By Patricia Obawole 2nd year BU Student, LLB (Hons) Law Freshers, the thing about these not-too-inconspicuous people is that you can spot them a mile of. They are the ones who have the brightest smiles and the most eager faces and the ones who politely refuse the freebies that the upper years are all-to-well familiar with…. Read more »
By Christian Fizia Second year BU student, BSc Sports Development and Coaching Sciences My exchange to Groningen has allowed me to interact with a variety of cultures and meet hundreds of new people whilst living in an exciting and lively building with over 300 students. I’ve been able to learn a lot about the Dutch… Read more »
The Media School at Bournemouth University is proud to have a wide selection of professionally media based courses that prepare our graduates for industry. For the past 30 years the Media School has been producing successful graduates who have gone on to achieve phenomenal success within the media industry and beyond, most recently taking the… Read more »