You will never feel lonely in the city Bournemouth, as an international student in Great Britain. The student life here is exhilarating and you can find a full range of excellent Bachelors, Masters and research studies (taught at high academic standards). Studying abroad in Bournemouth will enable you to enjoy the British spirit mixed with the cheerful mood of a tourist town. Bournemouth is located on the south coast of UK, in the county of Hampshire and has a population of almost 190,000 inhabitants. International students make the largest group of people who choose to move to this seaside town.
Universities in Bournemouth have close business and industries links to give their students the possibility to undertake placement. In Bournemouth, you will find numerous summer jobs, internships and part-time jobs to choose from. The city is also a place where entrepreneurship is encouraged, in case you are thinking about business start-ups and innovations.
Bournemouth is UK’s fastest-growing digital economy, thus generating new market opportunities. The top three digital industries in Bournemouth are: marketing and advertising, e-commerce and games development and production. Interesting employers and companies in Bournemouth include: Liverpool Victoria (insurance), J.P. Morgan (business consultancy), IADigital, Nationwide Building Society, Tesco, and more.
With large lengths of golden sand and sparkling water, Bournemouth is a city where you can relax, study, sunbathe, enjoy water sports and cycle with your friends. Cultural events happen all the time, from classic car rallies to carnivals, and lively theatre at the Old Fire Station, comedy and opera performances.
The town centre is split into two main parts, the Lansdowne area and the Triangle, and travelling around the city is easy (and cheap) as everything is within walking distance. In your city tours, you can enjoy the historic Victorian architecture or take a cruise to explore the Dorset coast. Places to visit in Bournemouth include: St Peter’s church (where Mary Shelly, author of “Frankenstein”, is buried), the eccentric Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, the award-winning Victorian gardens, and the Oceanarium.
The night life in Bournemouth is vibrant, due to the many students and tourists. There is music and atmosphere for all tastes, and some bars and pubs offer discounts for students. Over 250 restaurants offer many sorts of cuisine from all around the world, including some outstanding seafood.
Like many other cities in the UK, the mixture of cultures in Bournemouth makes it a vibrant place. Bournemouth relies a lot on immigration to maintain population growth. Fifteen per cent of the town’s population were born outside the UK. Most foreign residents in Bournemouth come from Poland, Germany, India, Ireland and the U.S.
A significant proportion of the international community is studying in Bournemouth’s higher education system or at the many language schools across town. Bournemouth is also a popular tourist destination, so you will hardly feel a stranger while studying for a good degree in a mixed environment.
Bournemouth offers one of the most pleasant climates in the UK. The warmest months in Bournemouth are July and August, which have long sunny days and an average temperature range of 12 - 22°C (53 - 71°F). Temperatures can drop to 4°C (39°F) in the winter and December is the rainiest month.
Since the school’s foundation in 2003, the aim of our staff has been to offer our students high-quality English classes in a friendly and international learning environment. ESE offers year-round English language courses for students aged 16+ who want to improve and become confident in their all-round language ability to achieve individual goals, such as career development and personal growth.
Capital School of English is an independent and fully accredited British Council English Language School in Bournemouth with a Tier 4, Highly Trusted Sponsor status.
An education at BU is an experience like no other. What makes us different? Well, we believe it isn’t just one thing – it’s a combination of lots of things that will make your time with us something you will always remember.
BEET Language Centre was established in 1979, since when it has grown in size and reputation. BEET remains firmly a "family" school, encouraging an atmosphere of warmth and friendship, in which each individual student can develop their full potential to learn English.
Eurocentres teaches languages where they are actually spoken and offers language courses in locations on six continents. More than 13,000 students a year from all over the world make the language courses an intercultural adventure.