If your UCAS event was cancelled, then no worries, I’ve answered the questions we get asked the most at these events. Where is Bournemouth and what is there to do? Bournemouth is a seaside town located along the English south coast with Poole to its west, Christchurch to the east, and roughly only a 45-minute… Read more »
I can be an introvert at times. My advice for anyone who feels similarly; push yourself and say yes. Watch my vlog to find out how I got myself out of my room, meeting new people, making the best of my time as a student at BU.
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 »
Social life is an important thing to consider when choosing a University that’s right for you. Bournemouth is practically a students dream with Clubs, bars and an O2 academy all in close proximity. If you are celebrating or just fancy a night out there’s something for every night of the week! Monday is the indie/alternative night… Read more »
Bournemouth has much to offer the typical student, with plenty of options for social days and evenings out but Bournemouth is just a small part of the County of Dorset, and Dorset has many historic landmarks, beautiful coasts, and areas of natural beauty that can be explored. Just on the edge of Bournemouth in between Muscliffe… Read more »
Having lived in Bournemouth for 3 years now, I’ve discovered a few little places to go if you want to get out of the town centre, so I thought I’d share them with you!
By Alice Fiancet 1st year BU student, BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism In Bournemouth there is something for everyone, whether you like the sounds of the city or the great outdoors. From nights out at The Old Fire Station to strolling along the beach, Bournemouth has it all to offer. The beach is usually everyone’s first… Read more »