To celebrate International Open Access Week, which takes place from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 October, BU is running various events for staff and students.
Spend an afternoon with IBM to help improve your employability skills and knowledge of their application process.
This powerful monologue remembers that seminal event from history which changed Rosa Parks’ life and the lives of many others.
Come along with your questions and to find out more about the Camp Leaders programme – what’s included in the programme, what you’ll receive and how to apply.
These events will give you the chance to view our excellent facilities, speak to current students & staff and find out more about student life at BU.
About the event The aim of this interactive workshop is to prompt you to consider the many ways that student-staff partnership in learning and teaching might be envisaged, making reference to a number of supporting philosophies and integrative models. We [...]
Careers in Hospitality: The Red Carnation Hotel Collection has a portfolio of 16 luxury 5 & 4 star boutique hotels in the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands, USA, Switzerland and South Africa.
The Study & Work Abroad Festival will allow you to explore the range of international experience opportunities available at Bournemouth University.
Music for Remembrance including; Morten Lauridsen ‘Lux aeterna’ and Barber ‘Adagio for strings’.
Anthony Goldstone & Caroline Clemmow Professional Piano Duet present; Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Poulenc & Rachmaninov.