New Year’s Eve in Bournemouth: planning and partying

With Christmas just around the corner it’s time to start planning for the biggest night on your social calendar… NYE! Whether you want to dance the night away or see in 2017 with great food, here is a list of what’s happening right on your doorstep in Bournemouth. Halo Your favourite church based club is… Read more »

Balance your work at Christmas

The work load becomes rather large as we build up to Christmas and it can be difficult to stay up to date whilst still being festive. Here are my tips on balancing your work at Christmas.

Christmas in Bournemouth

Ahh, Christmas!! The one thing everyone is waiting for with bated breath now University is in full flow and you’ve got deadlines and class tests every week. Once you hand in your last piece of work, or put that last full stop at the end of your final test, the feeling of freedom is inexplicable. So, here’s… Read more »

10 words of wisdom I would tell my Fresher-self

OPEN Be open to making new friends all of the time. It is so easy to cling to the first two people you see during fresher’s week, but try to avoid it! I realised this early on and discovered that at BU there is a huge community of students with different nationalities and backgrounds, embrace… Read more »

An Economics student’s budgeting survival guide

Applying to university can be a stressful time for all those involved and the main concern is usually the financial side of student life. You may be wondering how you are going to manage your spending and income while at university. Being an Accounting, Finance & Economics student, I am at a slight advantage. I… Read more »

Waiting for your application response

Having completed your full application to UCAS and having carried out all aspects of that including: writing your personal statement, stating your college/school grades etc., you then have the joy of waiting. It’s boring, I know. When I was waiting for my replies, I was checking my emails every chance I got. That is why… Read more »