British School of Marketing International
Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom
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Located in the Royal borough of Greenwich, just 20 minutes outside of London City Centre. Greenwich is a vibrant and interesting area that is popular with students and home to many museums cafes and shops. The area is also home to Greenwich Park, one of the venues of for the London games.
Moving to another country to study is one of the biggest decisions you will make so it is understandable for students to feel a mixture of nerves and excitement. Bellerbys College recognise the importance of feeling safe, comfortable and happy when you are away from home and we take great care to ensure all of our accommodation options provide this.
At Bellerbys London we offer on-campus accommodation which is high quality, comfortable and provides a safe and friendly environment in which to live and study:
McMillan Student Village (14 years+)
McMillian Student village is a modern, purpose-built student residence and houses over 900 students from various educational institutions. Located right next to Bellerbys College and within a gated site, the accommodation is less than 30 minutes from the centre of London. McMillian Student Village includes:
Students under 18 years stay in single-sex flats with six bedrooms and a communal common room. Accommodation is on a half-board basis.
Students over 18 years stay in studios with their own kitchen area equipped with hob, oven, sink, microwave and fridge/freezer. Accommodation is available on a half-board or self-catering basis.
If you want to live a relatively independent life, but still have a caring home environment, Homestay is ideal.
Homestay gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself fully in the UK culture and to feel part of a family, eating meals with them, and sharing their lives to get a real experience of British life.