English Courses in Bournemouth
Study English in Bournemouth
Voted by its residents as one of the happiest places to live in the UK, Bournemouth is a gorgeous and desirable town on south coast of England. Life in Bournemouth is steady and easy-going, and has the chilled out vibe of most coastal towns. Studying an English course in Bournemouth means living the sweet beach life by day, and the spirited students dream by night, with an incredible fusion of modern bar lounges, intimate live music venues, bustling atmospheric pubs and ultra-cool vibrant nightclubs. With a high chunk of population being students and young professionals, the city is a cool and flourishing town to live as an international student seeking the good life.

English Courses in Bournemouth

An extremely colourful and bohemian town, fun and quirky Bournemouth is so incredibly picturesque no matter what the time of year. Bournemouth is one of the most interesting, inspiring and idyllic towns on the whole of the UK’s coast, attracting millions of tourists ever year to bask in its delights, as well as being home to the happiest and most content residents in the whole country. This town represents all that is creatively influenced and wonderfully unconventional about the UK, which is what makes it so attractive to an international student. As you learn to avoid the expensive touristy ventures, being a student in Bournemouth can be budget-friendly, as there is such a wide choice of shopping, eating and drinking (most notably the extremely cheap but delicious fish & chip shops), and there are even purpose built student living areas that won’t cost half as much as you’d expect. With over 25,000 students heading to the town every year, many of which are international students, there are many choices of bars and clubs to descend on pretty much every night for those who want to get out and party. There are endless activities for when you’re not studying, so you can head to the beach for water sports, join a sports team, explore the many galleries and exhibitions, or just chill out on the beach or many lovely green park areas in the town.

Life's a Beach

The most iconic attraction that the city has is its beaches. By choosing an English course in Bournemouth, you will get to call Britain’s most lovely, yet originally stylish, seven mile stretch of beach your home. The layout of the town means that you are never far from the beach- public transport is plentiful but from wherever you are you can get to the beach quite easily by foot. Voted as the fourth best beach in the whole of Europe, the huge sandy coastline is scattered with colourful beach huts, designer beach pods, an outdoor gym, and even an artificial surf reef that adds to a long list of water and beach sports available here. Although England is notorious for bad weather, Bournemouth manages to secure lovely beach weather. The summers can be really sunny and warm, and the sea temperatures are some of the warmest in the country. The beach is also home to two great piers and various festivals throughout the year.

Cool & Hip

When strolling around the pretty and historic streets of the town, you will notice how Bournemouth boasts its individuality through an array of uniquely quirky quaint cafes, delicious restaurants, chic boutiques, vintage stores and various alternatively wacky stores. All of these wonderfully different choices and Bournemouth impressive selection of hidden gems are what makes Bournemouth the attractive, youthful town that it is. You can even buy alternative maps of the town that take you to the coolest and most different options that Bournemouth has to offer, in places you might not usually get to explore.

New Forest

Another great thing about Bournemouth is the town’s location. As well as getting the best of the UK’s weather, and the prettiest of the beaches, the town’s surrounding areas are great for exploring while you are living and studying an English course in Bournemouth. There are fabulous stretches of countryside, as New Forest almost borders Bournemouth. New Forest is accessible by train, and is popular for adventurous cyclists and walkers, who go to experience the impressive open landscapes and resident wild animals. Living in Bournemouth means you can access the rest of the UK by train or bus, too, as the two mainline train stations have great links to many major British cities.

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