World events

bu-logoWhilst the worldโ€™s attention is focussing on unrest across the globe caused by political events and the spread of disease, BU is obviously concerned for how this is affecting students studying here who come from these regions.

If you would like to speak to someone about any worries or concerns you may have, you can contact your course leader, askBU, the University Chaplaincy and/or Counselling Service or the SUBU Advice team. Contact details for all university services are available on the Student portal under Help & Advice and Health & Wellbeing, or myBU for your tutors.

BU statement on student death

Bournemouth University is very sorry to confirm that a student has died following a fall from Lyme Regis house at 01.50 this morning, Friday 4th April.ย  Emergency services attended the scene and the student’s next of kin have been informed.ย  Bournemouth University is working with Campus Living Villages, who own and operate the halls of residence on behalf of the university.

Bournemouth University is working closely with the Students’ Union and student support services to provide support for students and staff affected.

Any students or staff who would like support at this difficult time have access to the university support services.

Campus Living Villages are also offering students access to crisis counselling services.

Staff can access the Employee Assistance Programmeย for support.