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14 Media studies reviews at Bournemouth University (BU)
Media Production, BA
By member759897 On
10th June 21
The teaching team who have stood out to me particularly have been Kathryn McDonald, Tom Stone and Carolina MacHado Oliveira. Their overall efforts to aid students and give them the best teaching quality goes above and beyond and they have shown they care about how students feel, how they are educated and during COVID-19 I couldn’t have asked for a better teaching team.
Though the course has been online throughout the entirety of the year, I felt as if I’ve learnt a lot that I didn’t know before I came to Uni and I can only thank the above mentioned, along with a few others who are part of the teaching team.
BA (Film) is one of the most up and coming courses in the UK for film. It has just been awarded a certificate for european excellence as one of the University elites and is surpassing expectation of job creation in the industry.
Great course , and great teachers. Everyone’s very supportive including students. However being an ethnic minority on my course I found was hard but the teachers have been fully supported throughout the year.
The best in Bournemouth.Everything is new so all the rooms are lovely, feels like a hotel. Safe place to live close to campus, shops, bus and train. Friendly staff. Wifi’s good. Decent common room with free pool , tv etc and separate quiet study space.