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Orientation 2021

Welcome to AUB!

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A warm welcome to all the new students who'll be joining our creative community this year. We hope you're looking forward to studying with us and we know you may have some questions. You’ll find lots of information and advice on these pages to help you prepare for your arrival at AUB including travel information, living in Bournemouth, accommodation, as well as resources and support for when you begin your studies.

As we're all adjusting to living and studying within the global Covid-19 situation, life on campus might look a little different this term, however the well-being of our students remains our highest priority. You can read about our Commitment to Students – we'd also recommend you regularly visit our Covid page with the latest updates regarding Covid-19, including advice before you travel.

Our International team are also on hand to advise and support you during your time at AUB. So, if you have any questions or need more information, get in touch, we would be happy to help you.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

Welcome messages from AUB’s Head of International, Claire McIntyre and Dan Meyer, International Student Manager:

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Before you travel to the UK

Helpful tips and advice to prepare you for arrival in the UK

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Starting your studies

There's always something happening on our creative campus, take a look to find out more and explore your new home

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Living in the UK

Find out more about living in the UK – we've got some helpful guides to download

Your checklist

We want to make sure that your journey to the UK and AUB is as smooth as possible. To help, we've created some handy checklists for your to download and use.

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