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Welcoming students from the United States of America

We have a large community of international students at BU – currently just over 2,000 students from around 100 different countries and regions. At the moment, we have 34 students from the USA studying with us. We are always happy to welcome new American students onto our undergraduate, postgraduate, research and top-up courses.

We will help you with your application to study at BU, or you can speak to one of our representatives in the USA who can offer assistance with your application. If you'd like more general advice about the UK education system, visas, scholarships or the variety of courses on offer, you should contact the British Council in the USA.

Webinar ‘Reasons to study at BU’

Please join us for the webinar ‘Reasons to study at BU’ being delivered on Sunday, 11 February 2018, 23:00 - 24:00 (UK time). Presented by Angelique Holmes, BU Graduate from the US, this webinar will help you find out why Bournemouth University has become a popular destination for international students.

Register for the webinar to learn more.

Stories from America

A selection of stories by current students and graduates

Here I can make strong professional connections - by Erin Snell, BA Communication & Media 2017/18

BU was where I needed to be - by Alex Parker, MA 3D Computer Animation 2016/17

Why Study MA 3D Computer Animation at BU? - by Alex Parker, MA 3D Computer Animation 2016/17

My BU story - by Kevin Baker, MSc Sports Management 2016/17

Why study MSc Forensic Anthropology at BU? - by Cecily Paldino, MSc Forensic Anthropology 2015/16

A Californian’s survival guide to living in Bournemouth -  by Cecily Paldino, MSc Forensic Anthropology 2015/16

How my BU experience changed me - by DeAsia Davis MSc Biological Anthropology 2015/16

Why I chose BU -  by Angelique Holmes, MSc Tourism Management 2015/16

My BU story - by Angelique Holmes, MSc Tourism Management 2015/16

Read more international student stories.

USA Undergraduate Admissions Guide

You can also take a look through our Undergraduate Admissions Guide for students from the USA by clicking on the flipbook below – or, if you’re using a mobile device, open a full-width version

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