We are always happy to welcome new Nigerian students onto our undergraduate, postgraduate, research and top-up courses.
We have a large community of international students at BU – currently 1,600 students from around 130 different countries. Our dedicated team can help you with your application to study at BU, or you can speak to our representatives in Nigeria who can offer assistance with your application.
Study in a stunning coastal location
Located on the south coast of England, Bournemouth University is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty less than two hours from central London by train. We are a green, safe and friendly town welcoming students from many countries.
Famous for its seven-mile stretch of award-winning sandy beaches, the town is also a thriving hub for a number of industries including the creative, financial and tourism sectors. The New Forest National Park is on our doorstep and the Jurassic Coast (which is a World Heritage site) is just a short drive away.
Information for Nigerian students
Academic entry requirements
English entry requirements
Representatives in Nigeria
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What our students and alumni say
Kufre Okon (Nigeria)
MA Media and Communication
At BU, you will find a family in a truly international environment. From international teachers to a student community which promotes equality, I think international students will find their home at BU.
Adeyinka Balogun (Nigeria)
MSc Management with Human Resources; Former Students’ Union President
Studying at BU was one of the best decisions I ever made. The course and facilities were brilliant; the lecturers were knowledgeable and supportive. I was also voted President of the Student Union and that has really developed my skills in many ways.
Titilayo OladImeji Taiwo (Nigeria)
MSc International Accounting & Finance
I chose Bournemouth University for the AACSB accreditation and ranking in comparison to other universities, as well as the beach and warm weather. BU is very diverse and settling in was exciting for me. Acculturating into the unions was helpful too.