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Join us on Monday, 9 May 2016, 1pm – 2pm (UK Time) for the BU Webinar 'MA Digital Effects'.
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Kamila Kharebashvili, BU Admissions Adviser for India will attend the next Hotcourses event in New Delhi.
BU business students help plan the restoration and development of Highcliffe Castle.
BU students are taking part in an international competition to challenge extremism, as one of just two UK universities invited to take part.
Timbers found by National Trust rangers on Studland Beach after Storm Katie may be from the wreck of a 17th century Dutch ship worked on by BU experts.
A new facility to support and protect victims of burglary and theft, and prevent crime, has opened in Winton.
See why Shannon chose to study at Bournemouth University in an animation created by BU students and graduates.