Arts University Bournemouth was established in 1883 and is a highly-ranked public institution situated in Poole. Its history dates back to 1880 when it was the first art school of Bournemouth, however, the school was shut down in 1890 as a result of less student enrolment. They officially became Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design in 1979 following a merger between two arts and sciences schools. They then evolved into the Arts Institute at Bournemouth in 1998 and gained their current name and university status in 2012.
The university sits on a stunning 9-acre campus and has state-of-the-art facilities and buildings. Some of these include its Students’ Union, library, workshops, halls of residence, printing room, drawing studio, and more. The university provides over 30 different programs covering topics such as performance, fine arts, film, architecture, photography, and more. They have undergraduate and postgraduate programs as well as evening and weekend courses and summer programs.
Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run
Arts University Bournemouth provides a range of postgraduate programs across various different disciplines. Some of these include animation, design, innovation, fashion, painting, illustration, graphic design, and more. Their postgraduate programs offer award classifications such as Master of Art (MA) and Master of Research (MRes). Some of their postgraduate courses allow for part-time learning also.
Students looking to study full-time undergraduate courses should apply via the UCAS. It is vital to include the correct institution and course codes; these can be found on the Arts University Bournemouth website. Once you have sent your application, the university will be in touch with you to update you on the progress of your application.
Postgraduate applicants can apply to courses at Arts University Bournemouth directly on the website. Simply go to find a course and hit the apply now button. You will then be brought to an online application form which you can fill out. If you are applying for part-time courses, you can make your application in the same way. The university will then review your application and revert back to you.
Arts University Bournemouth has a range of student accommodation available in its halls of residence which are located on the campus and in the Lansdowne area of Bournemouth town center. For those staying in the halls in the Lansdowne area, there are fantastic bus and public transport links to enable you to get to the university. In addition, necessary amenities are close to the university as well as the town center. Bedrooms have a bed, wardrobe, shelving, desk, and chair. Bathrooms, kitchens, and living spaces are usually shared. Some of the accommodation is just for first-year students while others are not specified. Laundry services are available nearby also. To book accommodation here, visit the Arts University Bournemouth website.
Scholarships and Financial Support
Arts University Bournemouth has a number of scholarships and bursaries to assist students in funding their studies. These include the Vice-Chancellor Scholarship as well as EU and International Scholarships, the AUB Progression Bursary, and more. For further information about the financial support available, visit the Arts University Bournemouth website.
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