Centres and groups aligned to this UoA.
shutterstock Thomas Thurnell-Read, Loughborough University; Lorraine Brown, Bournemouth University, and Philip Long, Bournemouth University Of the 2.3m students starting courses at UK universities each autumn, well over 400,000 are international... »
Good nutrition and eating well are an important part of public health and can help stave off a number of age-related illnesses. Over the last twenty years, Bournemouth University’s Professor... »
[Image above] PA, CC BY-SA By Lynda Challis, Bournemouth University Our vision is to host a successful, safe and secure Games that deliver a lasting legacy for the whole of Scotland,... »
The Veg+ project is designed to build capacity and deliver specific transferable skills in operations (short food supply chain), food service systems and food consumer research (novel tools and metrics... »
The most recent Refugee and Migrant Leisure Network (RMLN) network meeting took place on 8th December at Bournemouth University. Stakeholders from Dorset Race Equality Council, Unity in Vision, International Care... »
Thanks to the Fusion Investment Fund (Santander), Dr Michael O’Regan was able to visit Shanghai China during April 2017, to explore the research topic, “What demotivates Chinese students attending universities... »
At this conference, there will be a session entitled Migrant Leisure Spaces and Community Wellbeing, organised by Professor Janet Dickinson and chaired by Dr Jaeyeon Choe, from the Dept. of... »
At this year’s Leisure Studies Association Conference, Dr Jayne Caudwell and Dr Katherine King will be presenting a paper that draws from a Dorset-based research project that they are involved... »
In a new article Professor Heather Hartwell and Professor Adele Ladkin plus colleagues discuss their findings from an ESRC funded project – Destination FeelGood. The importance of wellbeing is increasingly... »
Professor Adam Blake was invited to review the InterAmerican Development Bank’s Tourism Sector Framework Document at a workshop in Washington D.C. on Tuesday 24th January 2017. In addition to IDB staff,... »
In a new article, Lorraine Brown and Hanna Osman discuss their research on female tourist experiences in Egypt. In recent years, the study of female travel has seen more attention.... »
Professor Stephen Page in the Faculty of Management has just published his 40th book, Event Studies with Routledge, a collaboration with one of the top scholars in the field of events... »
Bournemouth University’s (BU) research has been recognised as world-leading in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF). The REF assesses the quality and impact of research at all UK higher education... »
The internet, and smart technology, have revolutionised the way consumers shop and interact with service providers. From online shopping to keeping up with the latest news, a range of industries... »
In February 2015, Routledge re-released the classic study – Health and the International Tourist in hardback and as an ebook. This was originally published in 1996, edited by Stephen Clift... »
Stephen J Page, Professor of Tourism/Hospitality in the Faculty of Management has just published his 39th book, a 5th edition of his popular colour undergraduate one semester textbook Tourism Management... »
A new book, “Tourism in the Green Economy” (Routledge, 2015), edited by Maharaj Vijay Reddy and Keith Wilkes, demonstrates the important role tourism can play in a green economy, with examples of... »
Professor Dimitirios Buhalis’ latest publication, ‘Trends in European Tourism Planning and Organisation’ introduces a theoretical framework to tourism planning and organisation using a procedural and structural approach. The book identifies... »
Fourth editions of popular books published.
Project promotes healthy eating across Europe.