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Accommodation is guaranteed for postgraduate students who have a firm unconditional offer and book by their accommodation by the relevant deadlines. Okeford House (approx. GBP 148 a week) is the only accommodation exclusively dedicated to postgraduate students.
There are also other types of accommodation that would be shared with undergraduates, including:
Bailey Point (approx. GBP 204 a week)
Chesil House (approx. GBP 148 a week)
Corfe House (approx. GBP 156 a week)
Cranborne House (approx. GBP 166 a week)
Dorchester House (approx. GBP 195 a week)
There’s also the Student Village on Talbot Campus (approx. GBP 185 a week)
The university’s ResLifeBU programme is run by staff and students and supports all students throughout their time in Bournemouth.
For those opting to live in private rentals, Bournemouth University’s student lettings service, LettingsBU, provides help and advice with searching for suitable lettings, and guidance with tenancy contracts and requirements.
There are two campuses at Bournemouth University. Lansdowne, in the town centre, hosts the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences’ as well as most of its accommodation; while Talbot Campus hosts the university’s other faculties and facilities.
Facilities at Talbot Campus include the Sir Michael Cobham Library, a TV studio, music studio, sports performance laboratory and a crime scene training facility. It is also home to Bournemouth’s on-campus sporting facilities, the Students’ Union headquarters, and modern, sustainable developments such as the Fusion Building and Poole Gateway Building.
On the Lansdowne Campus, the Executive Business Centre offers postgraduate business and management students a modern professional learning environment along with the Bournemouth Gateway Building – including a range of state-of-the-art healthcare simulation suites and the Weston Library.
Bournemouth University students on Postgraduate Search say:
“All the facilities are brilliant.”
“We have a lot of new building and I hope there will be more to accommodate with the growing in number of students and more attractive design for the library.”
“I love the access to various study materials, the university has a huge database of learning materials ranging from journals, cases, textbooks.”