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Bournemouth is a large coastal resort town on the south coast of England.

Bournemouth is a large coastal resort town on the south coast of England. Bournemouth attracts a large student population from across the globe every year from English language schools, college and university. 

Population: 183.500

There are certain attractions and areas of beauty you will definitely not want to forget. Cultural events happen all year in Bournemouth, from the Air Festival, Beach carnivals and lively theatre, comedy & opera performances mainly performed in the Bournemouth Pavilion.

Here are the top reasons to choose Bournemouth as your study destination:

  • Bournemouth is statistically the safest town in Britain and was also nominated the safest town to raise children in the UK.
  • The region of Bournemouth and Poole has 8 Blue flag beaches, more than any other in England.
  • Over 200 restaurants & bars. The nightclubs and bars of Bournemouth are well known and it has one of the most vibrant club scenes outside London.
  • Mild climate all year round makes it easier to adjust for people from all parts of the world.
  • Only 90 minutes from London.
  • Close to many known places and destinations. E.g. Stonehenge & The Jurassic Coast-England’s first natural World Heritage site.

Due to its location on the south coast, Bournemouth has a temperate climate with moderate variation in annual and daily temperatures. The warmest months are July and August, which have an average temperature range of 12 to 22 °C (54 to 72 °F), while the coolest months are January and February, which have an average temperature range of 1 to 8 °C (34 to 46 °F).

Once in Bournemouth there are plenty of transport options available, such as local buses, taxis and cycle routes.

By Coach – Bournemouth coach station is next to the train station in the centre of Bournemouth and offers services from a range of coach companies including National Express and Megabus to London Victoria, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

By Train – South West Trains operate in Bournemouth, with regular services to Weymouth and direct services to and from London Waterloo. The Bournemouth Coach and Bus station are located outside of platform 1, where you can also find a taxi rank.

One-way Ticket: 2.00 £  

Monthly Pass: 50.00 £

Jurassic Coastline World Heritage Site: Outstanding fossil localities and stunning rock and cliff formations including the famous arched Durdle Door.

Corfe Castle: One of Britain's most majestic ruins. The castle controlled the gateway through the Purbeck Hills in the time of William the Conqueror.

Christchurch: A small Saxon town with castle ruins, a quaint Quay, boutiques, celebrity restaurants and an infamous food festival which takes place each year.

The New Forest National Park: A royal playground for William the Conqueror. It remains largely unchanged with miles and miles of unspoilt ancient landscapes, wild ponies and deer, disused railways and leafy lanes.

A Night to Remember: Bournemouth offers an excellent array of evening entertainment at the BIC and Pavilion Theatre, from West End shows and pop concerts to comedy performances and dance productions. And with cocktail bars, traditional pubs and clubs dedicated to all genres of music.

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