Feeling a little apprehensive about moving away from home? Wondering how your going to meet new people when you arrive? ResLifeBU have you covered. In 2016 BU launched ResLife, to help create a lively, friendly and supportive community for new students in BU accommodation. So, at every BU managed Halls of Residence a team of… Read more »
Let Alejandra share with you what it is like living in Chesil house
Clinical Psychology student Talya shares why she chose to live in private accommodation
We offer loads of great accommodation options both on and off-campus. One of our Halls is Corfe House, based in Poole and with frequent bus connections to the Talbot Campus. George has put together this video of some of the highlights of Corfe House, where is is currently a resident.
Yi-Hsin Chen is from Taiwan and she is studying MSc Events Management. In this vlog, she points out what Okeford House has to offer and highlights the advantages of living there from a resident’s perspective. Yi-Hsin Chen, Taiwan, MSc Events Management, 2017/18
Not sure where to live? Little bit scared? Near the Campus or a little bit further? Or probably your major question is: Flat or Studio? This summer I was really struggling with all of these questions after I got accepted to Bournemouth University. I asked myself: what are my priorities? From this question I started… Read more »
Okeford House is an accommodation unit specifically for postgraduate students, about 20 minutes’ walk from Bournemouth University, off Wimborne Road. I live by myself in a studio flat, meaning my room contains my sleep and study area, along with a kitchen, shower, and bathroom all in one unit, but having flatmates is a much… Read more »
If you need a quiet and mellow place to come home to then Chesil House is your place. Since a mixture of PG and UG students live in Chesil, there is a perfect balance here. It is easy to make friends and great for the mature student who is looking for a study space and… Read more »