It is conveniently located between the Bournemouth Central Beach and the thriving city centre, only 12 minutes ride to Bournemouth University. It is close to various restaurants and city attractions as well as numerous transport options.
Mercury House student housing in Bournemouth is just a 10-minute walk to the Lansdown Campus of Bournemouth University, a 12-minute walk to Bournemouth University International College, and a 12-minute walk to Kings Bournemouth. The property is within close proximity to all the major attractions in the city. You can choose from a range of comfortable modern studios to your liking. This comfy accommodation boasts a great location with easy access to Bournemouth beach and the vibrant city centre. There's a range of transport options within easy walking distance from the property, as well as restaurants, cafes, and shops.
Kaplan Living Bournemouth student residence is just 15 minutes bus ride to Bournemouth University and is located right next to Bournemouth University International College. Five minutes stroll will take you to the popular Lansdowne Campus library of Bournemouth University for a quiet study session. There are many transport options available within close proximity to this luxurious accommodation, including Bournemouth train station just 5 minutes stroll away. The stunning beach can be reached in just 10 minutes on foot; you can head there for a refreshing swim any time you want. There's a Tesco Express right around the corner for your convenience.
It is a 4-minute stroll from Bournemouth University International College and 22 minutes drive from Arts University Bournemouth. The property has an exclusive sky lounge located on the 16th floor, where you can enjoy hanging out with friends after a long lecture day and admiring the stunning view. You will have access to many transport links to explore the historical city or head to the beach whenever you want.
Studying in a coastal city will be an unforgettable experience for international students. Bournemouth, UK, the seaside town located on the southern coast of England, offers crystal clear beaches along with its rich culture and various means of entertainment. The student population in Bournemouth is constantly increasing as well, which makes the nightlife there quite lively. Bournemouth city is the largest settlement within the ceremonial county of Dorset. It is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its warm weather in comparison to the rest of the UK. Russell-Cotes Museum, as well as the famous two piers: Bournemouth Pier, near the town centre, and the architecturally more important Boscombe Pier, give Bournemouth touristic and cultural values.
There are two main universities in Bournemouth: Bournemouth Universityand Bournemouth Arts University, both of which are neighbouring Poole. Bournemouth University has two campuses: Talbot Campus, where the main university buildings are located and Lansdowne Campus, which houses six teaching and administrative buildings. Bournemouth Arts University specializes in art, performance, design, and media. Most courses are held within one campus housing 19 buildings, including on-going workshops and workspaces. The university is mainly divided into two faculties: Faculty of Media & Performance and Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture.
Studying near Poole, England, means students are very close to the famous Poole Harbour, Dorset’s huge natural harbour. The harbour formed when a drowned valley was created during the last ice age and is the edge of many rivers, the biggest one being the Frome River. Bournemouth beach has many water activities to enjoy with friends. There are also many unique attractions in and around Bournemouth that people visit from all over the world. You can plan your weekends and visit many amazing places, including Brownsea Island, Portland Bill Lighthouse, the Jurassic Coast, Dorchester, Old Harry Rocks, Durdle Door, and Bournemouth Stadium just to name a few.
Transporting to and from Bournemouth is not burdensome, as there are two stations in town, Bournemouth railway station and Pokesdown railway station to the east. Parts of western Bournemouth can also be reached from Branksome station. All three stations lie on the South Western Main Line from Weymouth to London Waterloo. Furthermore, there are coaches that serve Bournemouth, and also local buses.