Which studying style do you follow?
Some of us learn by trial-and-error and some of us prefer to learn through reading. Here are some of the Read more.
How BMH Grad, Michaelson Gumede found his true calling
Contributed by Michaelson Gumede – Reporter & Boston Media House grad In some way or another, we all grew up Read more.
How to heal through writing
Weekly Wellness… Dealing with something difficult? The mind works overtime in emotional distress, like the loss of a relationship. Have Read more.
5 Powerful self-confidence tips
Weekly Wellness… Develop a sense of yourself Explore your interests, values, desires, wishes, inspirations, style, strengths, and more, and record Read more.
What we learned interning at Vuma FM
BMH Durban Interns get some hands-on experience at Vuma FM Amidst all the madness of lockdown and a lot of Read more.
Learning to Learn Online
Practical guidelines to being an online student Many students started 2020 with the nervous excitement of finding their way around Read more.
Create a CV that stands out
How to create a CV that grabs attention… I made mention in a previous post about the importance of getting Read more.
Thinking about media? Tips from a BMH media graduate
We all understand just how crucial it is to land the right media internship or first job after graduating. At Read more.
Making your spare time work for you
7 Easy Steps to prepare you for the end of your studies The first half of the craziest year in Read more.
Thinking about journalism? Tips from a BMH grad
Contributed by Yami Nhlenyama – Journalism & Boston Media House grad What is Journalism? It’s a way of informing the Read more.
15 Things you can control
Weekly Wellness… You can’t control everything, But here are some things you can. Read more.
Virtual Graduation for the class of 2019
BOSTON MEDIA HOUSE GRADUATION An online message to the class of 2019 Read more.
Ambitions for an Animated Lifestyle
What is animation? “Many believe it’s just cartoons but actually, this is a medium in which different objects or images Read more.
Staying Connected During Lockdown
We’re normally always connected in some way or another… I mean, we attend a contact-based institution. That says it all. Read more.
Group Work: Overcoming Challenges & Handling Conflict
You won’t all agree on everything all the time – life just doesn’t work that way. The way we deal Read more.
Group Work: Getting Organised & Started
For group work to be successful, there have to be agreed upon rules, roles & deadlines – this is to Read more.
Group Work: The Basics
As media students you will eventually be entering industries that all place high priority on their employees’ ability to work Read more.
Effective Note Taking
Taking effective notes and writing down verbatim what your lecturer says are two very different things. Proper note taking not Read more.
NB vs urgent tasks
Time pressure is a prevalent source of stress both at college and in the world of work – it’s the Read more.
Time Management: The effective use of to-do lists
Are you struggling to keep up? Have you forgotten an important deadline? These are all symptoms of poor time management, Read more.
Time Management: An Introduction
Truth is… now that you’re in college, you keep your own time. WHAT IS TIME MANAGEMENT? Time management refers to Read more.
Coping With Homesickness
There is no doubt about it, you are living in exciting times! Starting college, leaving home, moving to a new Read more.
Cooking On A Student Budget
Living on a student doesn’t necessarily mean survival on 2 Minute Noodles. Let us show you how… 1 Dinner Roster Read more.
Being a student is expensive and with pressure from parents, sponsors, or yourself to do well and pass each year, Read more.
Tips for surviving & thriving at college
Success in high school doesn’t necessarily mean success in college. Everyone starts college with a clean academic slate, the decisions Read more.
The difference between high school and varsity
The transition from high school to college can come as a bit of a shock to some. Here are a Read more.
Facing those first year fears
Those nerves you get just before your first day of varsity are not only normal but a pretty good sign Read more.