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Try not to panic or feel pressured into making a hasty decision on results day.
Make yourself a list of the key things you’re looking for in a university such as accommodation, course content, placements, assessments etc.
As soon as you have your results, call up universities and have your UCAS number (if you have one) and details of your grades to hand.
Bournemouth University's (BU) courses are crafted in partnership with leading industry experts and designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to pursue your passion. BU will give you the opportunity to gain real-world experience through placements, volunteering, and collaborative projects. And with over 100 clubs, societies and sports – and the chance to be part of the global BU community studying by the sea – that’s the difference of a degree from BU.
Bournemouth University is accepting applications for Clearing 2021 with flexibility in its entry requirements. The uni is working hard to ensure you’ll be able to enjoy your life as a student when joining it in September. It’s committed to providing you with the best experience and, along with the Students’ Union (SUBU), is planning a wide range of activities and virtual events to help you join clubs and societies, find people who share the same interests as you, and settle into your new community.