Revision tips when at uni

Revision, everyone has to do it, and if your anything like me, I found revision a hard task to get my head around. Revision is a very personal thing and you need to find the right technique that works for you because if you keep trying to push a method that isn’t working for you,… Read more »

Studying abroad in the Algarve

This is a guest blog by current student Árdís Aslaugardottir studying BA (Hons) Events Management Hello! I am Árdís, an Icelandic BA (Hons) Events Management undergraduate at Bournemouth University. At first, I wasn’t really that excited to do a semester abroad because at Bournemouth University I’m already technically ‘studying abroad’. That said, my best friend… Read more »

Exam tips for when you’re taking GCSE’s

GCSE exams happen every year and hundreds of students go through them and sometimes this is easy to forget when you sit looking at your exam timetable wondering where on earth to start. Although some people may naturally excel at recalling information they’ve learnt, others may struggle a bit more. A key thing to keep… Read more »

Overcoming challenges

Isla’s a recent BU graduate and is currently working as Marketing and Events Assistant at BU. In this blog, she reveals the ups and downs of getting to uni… Rewind to September 2014 and there’s me, sat up in bed, the night before heading off to BU to study BA (Hons) Events Management, absolutely freaking… Read more »

Preparing for a placement

Summer is finally here! And whilst that means making most of the sunny weather and catching up with friends it is also the perfect time to gain vital industry experience. Most degrees at Bournemouth University have a compulsory 4/6 week or year placement as part of their course, which students must complete to graduate. This… Read more »

Three years of uni and what it has taught me

I recently finished my degree and have since been doing very little with my time; apart from applying to countless jobs and trying to stop myself from going crazy since coming home, but one thing I have been thinking about is what I’ve learnt from uni. When I started way back in 2013, I was… Read more »

Part Time Work at University

By Leroy-Winston Scott 3rd year BU student, BA (Hons) Events Management We are all aware of the jokes that students can’t afford food, or that it is a very poor lifestyle. These jokes are true, we do have to learn how to budget and how to maintain a flow of finances that will allow us… Read more »

Germany field trip

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 »