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The diversity of our students and staff is a vital part of the innovative and collaborative approach that defines our creative community – we're proud to have students studying with us from more than 50 countries.
We're committed to supporting European students and educational partners to champion global creativity and develop stronger collaborations for the future. This page has information and resources about what it's like to study with us as a European student. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
Before making the decision on where to study, I visited a friend who also studied BA (Hons) Film Production at AUB. After visiting the campus and seeing how they work on the film set, I knew this was the course and university for me. I'd say studying in UK isn’t as hard as it might seem at first – you settle in quickly and it's worth it in the end as you meet so many different people, see the world and have lots of new experiences.
AUB is surrounded by nature and beautiful sights that inspire me – I've been able to explore my creativity in so many ways. The course staff are lovely and studying abroad has given me a new perspective into my own home country as well as exposing me to new ideas. It's been an amazing three year experience.
I'm in my 3rd year in BA (Hons) Acting – I chose AUB because of its creative environment and the opportunity for cross-collaboration and engagement in various projects. The course has offered me opportunities to work with different people and explore so many sides of acting. Studying in the UK has been a transformative and liberating experience – it has broadened my horizons and helped me evolve as a person.
One of the things that I enjoy the most in my course is the variety. We don't focus on just one aspect of fashion design, we work on sewing and garment construction skills as well as pattern making and adjusting. Studying in Bournemouth is great – and a real upside to being in the UK for me is that I am able to travel by train or bus to visit new exhibitions that I may have otherwise been unable to see.
Studying in the UK has been an amazing journey. I've met so many great friends both internationally and locally. The student life here is great, the beaches and local area are lovely to explore – the UK is full of beautiful places to visit. Overall, these past three years have been the most magical and exciting moments in my life and I'm so happy to have been able to join AUB.
EU Settlement Scheme
If you're an EU or EEA Student, you and your family can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. Find out more on the EU Settlement Scheme page below.
Connect with us in your Country
We're running a series of webinars and virtual events with more information on our university and study options.
How to Apply
The application process for European students is the same as UK students. To learn more about the application process and how you can apply, please select the appropriate degree level from those listed below
Whether you're applying for a Foundation, Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree, we're here to help
Portfolios should show examples of your work – both finished and work in progress – that demonstrate your interests and skills
English Language Requirements
Find out what English Language support AUB can offer to International students, both in preparation for and during their time with us
Visas and immigration
If you are coming to study at AUB and need to apply for a student visa, here's everything you need to know
Fees and Financial Support
Find out everything you need to know to plan your student finances including tuition fees and living costs
Working after your studies
Here's everything you need to know about working in the UK after graduating as an International student
Part-time work and placements
Here we explain your working options as a International student during your study