Accommodation – British style
You have the option to choose between the following types of accommodation:
Homestay (all year round)
Do you want to get to know English culture and experience the day-to-day routine of a British family? Then staying in a homestay family is the perfect option for you! You may stay in a
- Single room
- Twin/double room (only available to students booking together)
- Superior room (single with own bathroom)
with one of our friendly homestay families, most of whom have been welcoming students for many years. You will make your own way to and from school some hosts live close to the school while others are a short walk or a bus-ride away. You’ll get half-board accommodation with breakfast and dinner. At the weekend, you will also be provided with a (packed) lunch in your private home. We invite you to have lunch in our comfortable bistro from Monday to Friday (in summer only). Most of our host families live close or a 45 minute walk and/or bus ride away. Some do live further out, but a maximum of 60 minutes from the school. Home stay is available all year round. Your hosts will wash your clothes once a week during your stay and your bedding will also be changed weekly. You can receive phone calls at your home stay, but it is usually not permitted to make phone calls from your hosts phone.
Residence (summer only)
If you prefer to be around people of your own age, you can also stay in a single en-suite bedroom in a student residence with self-catering facilities in the centre of Bournemouth. Live and socialise with students from many different countries. The residence offers self-contained flats of 5-6 single study-bedrooms. Each bedroom has a private shower, toilet and washbasin and there is a common room including a kitchen (not equipped) in each flat.
We invite you to have breakfast, lunch and/or sinner in our comfortable bistro from Monday to Friday.Bedding is provided, but towels usually need to be brought along. The rooms are cleaned once a week, we do however ask you to keep your room tidy. You can wash your clothes in public laundrettes either on campus or nearby in town. Public phones are usually located on campus or close by.