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Kaplan Living Bournemouth has been specially designed to meet students needs. Youll enjoy a warm and friendly environment and a range of modern facilities, helping you to make the most of your study experience.

The accommodation is right next to Bournemouth University International College, and its just a 5-minute walk to Bournemouth train station, and a 10-minute walk to the beach. Its also close to lots of shops, restaurants and bars.

Its modern apartments include bedrooms with a private bathroom, study desk, and plenty of storage space, as well as a shared kitchen for up to 6 students.


If you like a more independent lifestyle, you might prefer a self-contained studio apartment. These feature a private bathroom and a well-equipped private kitchen.

Kaplan Living Bournemouth also offers you great social spaces for relaxing with friends, some with fantastic views across the town. You can enjoy a game of ping-pong or table football, or just play some video games with friends, in our newly refurbished communal areas.

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At Kaplan Living Bournemouth you are:

-15-minute bus journey from Bournemouth Universitys Talbot Campus

-20-minute bus journey from Arts University Bournemouth

- 5-minute walk from Bournemouth Universitys Lansdowne Campus library

- 5-minute walk from the train station

-10-minute walk to the beach

- Within easy reach of the town centre

- Close to supermarkets, restaurants and cafs

- Served by lots of bus lines, right on the doorstep

Community Facilities

games room
12th-floor common room
pool table
Security cameras
24-hour assistance at reception
laundry room

Apartment Facilities

Small double bed
Study desk, chair and shelving
Wardrobe and storage space
Private bathroom
Well-equipped kitchen
Wifi

Configurations

Classic Ensuite£120 - £135/week

Tenancies

15 week£135/week
30 week£125/week
32 week£125/week
40 week£120/week
41 week£130/week
42 week£120/week
43 week£130/week
51 week£125/week
Offers1
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1 Bath
Area13 sqm
Deposit£250
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen

Room Facilities

Small double bed
Study desk, chair and shelving
Wardrobe and storage space
Private bathroom
Well-equipped shared kitchen

A private bedroom with its own bathroom, equipped with a shower, toilet and basin.

The Classic bedroom offers you plenty of storage space, a small double bed, and a study area with a desk, chair, shelving, cupboard and pin board.

You will also have access to a spacious shared kitchen for up to 6 students, as well as a dining and sitting area.

Deluxe Ensuite£126 - £136/week

Tenancies

41 week£126/week
43 week£136/week
51 week£131/week
Offers1
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1 Bath
Area19 sqm
Deposit£250
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen

Room Facilities

Small double bed
Study desk, chair and shelving
Wardrobe and storage space
Private bathroom
Well-equipped shared kitchen

With the same features and amenities as the Classic, Deluxe bedrooms are simply more spacious. You will also have access to a shared kitchen for up to 6 students, as well as a dining and sitting area.

Deluxe room
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Studio Room£174 - £179/week

Tenancies

41 week£179/week
43 week£179/week
51 week£174/week
Offers1
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1 Bath
Area20 sqm
Deposit£250
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen

Room Facilities

Small double bed
Study area
Wardrobe and storage space
Private bathroom
Private kitchen

A large, self-contained flat with a bathroom (shower, basin and toilet) and private kitchen facilities. Includes a study area as well as plenty of storage space.

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Panorama Studio£179 - £184/week

Tenancies

41 week£184/week
43 week£184/week
51 week£179/week
Offers1
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1 Bath
Area20 sqm
Deposit£250
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen

Room Facilities

Small double bed
Study desk and storage space
Private bathroom
Private kitchen
Fantastic views

The Panoramic Studios are large, self-contained flats with private bathroom (shower, basin and toilet) and kitchen facilities, and they also offer fantastic views of the area.

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Booking Details

Covid-19 Cancellation Policy:- 

Our standard cancellation policy (set out below) will continue in place. However, if face to face teaching at your university is delayed, we will adjust your booking from September 2020 to a new start date. This new start date will be a date no earlier than 14 days prior to the confirmed face to face teaching date set by your university. For the avoidance of doubt, you will not be liable for any rent in the period between your original tenancy start date and the new start date. Should you decide to move into the residence within this period, you will be liable to pay rent from the actual date of move in. The termination date of your tenancy agreement will not be effected by any change to your start date. 


Regular Cancellation Policy:-

First year or Kaplan alumni applicants only:

If you are a prospective student and your offer of a place at your preferred university / higher education institution is withdrawn by the university / higher education Institution as a result of you not achieving their required entry grades, you may be eligible to be released from your tenancy agreement. To apply to be released from the agreement you must send us:

Written confirmation that you wish to cancel your tenancy agreement.

Supporting documentation of the failure to secure a place e.g. UCAS notification

If we receive these documents (by post or email) within 3 working days from the date your results are published, we will cancel your tenancy agreement and you will be charged a 250 cancellation fee.


Second year and subsequent year students:

You have a short period after signing the tenancy agreement during which you may cancel without liability. This period is known as the initial cancellation period. The duration of the initial cancellation period depends on when you sign or accept the tenancy agreement. You must give us written notice (by post or email) that you wish to cancel your tenancy agreement.

If you sign or accept the tenancy agreement on or before the 1st August, the initial cancellation period is three working days starting on the day you sign or accept the agreement. Your cancellation must reach us by the end of the third working day after you sign or accept the tenancy agreement and before you move into your accommodation.

If you sign or accept the tenancy agreement after the 1st August, the initial cancellation period is one working day, starting from the time you sign or accept the agreement. Your cancellation must reach us by the end of the next working day after you sign or accept the tenancy agreement and before you move into your accommodation


All students:

If you accept an offer of accommodation by signing our tenancy agreement and then decide you wish to cancel outside of the initial cancellation period, or after you have moved into the accommodation, the following conditions apply:

You must give us written notice (by post or email) that you wish to end your tenancy agreement.

You remain liable for the rent and any other charges stated in the tenancy agreement until you find another tenant who is acceptable to the landlord to take over your legally binding contract, and that tenant has fully committed to the tenancy agreement.

It is your responsibility to find another suitable tenant (in most cases a prospective tenant will not be suitable if he / she is already renting a room from the landlord or bound into another contract).

When your accommodation has been re-let to a suitable replacement tenant we will release you from your tenancy agreement upon payment of a 250 cancellation fee. This will be deducted from your final instalment or can be paid by debit / credit card at reception. This fee is for room preparation and administration fees.

Once we have accepted the replacement student, you must have booked and attended a final inspection of your room and flat before returning the room key to the residence office and confirming your contact details on departure. If no replacement tenant is found for your room, you will remain liable for all amounts due under your tenancy agreement until your tenancy end date.

You can submit an appeal to be released from the contract earlier than the fixed end date by submitting a request to the Residence Manager along with supporting evidence. The Residence Manager will review your request and make consideration of your circumstances. Once the Residence Manager has reached their decision, both you and your guarantor will be notified in writing.


Special conditions


Kaplan Living may consider cancellation of your tenancy on medical grounds if:

You noted on your accommodation application that you are suffering from a medical condition for which you were receiving treatment, or which was diagnosed before the start of your tenancy agreement; and

You produce a certificate from a recognized medical practitioner stating the medical reason why you are unable to continue to live in your accommodation.

You have shown due consideration and notified the Residence Manager of any concerns as soon as they arose.

You must make your request in writing (by post or email) that you wish to end your tenancy agreement. If Kaplan Living accepts the request for the cancellation of your tenancy, you will be given a release date. You will be liable for rent until this date. Failure to return all keys, fobs or key-cards may incur further rental charges.


Cancellation by the landlord

The circumstances in which the landlord may terminate the tenancy agreement are stated in the tenancy agreement.

Payment Details

Booking info:-

-To secure your room, an Deposit of GBP 250 is required.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the residence doing everything it can to protect my health and wellbeing?

Please be assured that your safety is number one priority. Thats why they are cleaning all residences as frequently as possible, including every hour in key areas, and kaplan is  ensuring theres hand sanitiser available in the reception and all common areas. In addition, kaplan introduced social distancing measures and one-way systems (in line with UK government guidelines) to help keep you safe. Our Kaplan Living Reception areas and common spaces have also been redesigned with safety screens to allow kaplan  to provide you with a great service in a safe environment. Youll have a friendly and helpful team member in the residence available to contact to 24/7, either by phone, Skype, Zoom, email or in person. The facilities team in your residence will continue to fix any issues as they appear, and we will be testing kaplan  fire safety systems as normal, in order to maintain the highest possible standards of living and protection.

Can I have visitors in my flat?

Kaplan visitor policy will align with government guidance. Currently only residents of Kaplan Living are allowed in the building. We will continue to review this policy as and when official guidance is updated.

Do I have to wear a face mask when in the building?

When you are in common areas of the building such as reception, public corridors, laundry room, common room or the lift, you are asked to please wear a face mask. Once you are inside your flat you are not required to wear a mask.

What happens if the fire alarm goes off and I am in isolation?

In the event of a fire alarm, either part or all of your residence will have to evacuate. If the fire alarm goes off in your flat, then please evacuate the building. Ensure you are wearing a face mask when you leave. When exiting the building, head to the Assembly Point as guided. It is essential that once at the Assembly Point you maintain social distancing. You will receive further information once the incident is over from the residence staff as to how to return to your room safely. Your residence team will share specific fire safety information with you when you move in.

What should I do if I feel unwell?

If you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19, its vital that you protect yourself and others by self-isolating in line with your residences self-isolation procedure, which follows the current official public health guidance. As a starting point, please contact a member of the residence team by phone or email, or by using the QR code on the back of your bedroom door, and they can advise you on what to do. Please do not visit the team in person. You can also call NHS 111 for advice on your symptoms, what to do and whether you need further medical attention.

How will residence staff help me if I have to self-isolate?

Our residence staff will do everything they can to help you through any self-isolation period. The key first step is to let the residence team know as early as possible about your situation, so that we can offer you the right support. You can do this by phone, email or by using the QR code on the back of your bedroom door (please dont visit them in person). If you are in a shared flat, we will inform your flatmates, who will also need to self-isolate. If youre under 18, well also inform your parents or legal guardian, and reassure them that we are taking care of you. Each residence team has a carefully designed procedure for supporting you through this process. This includes providing assistance with food, medication or other deliveries to ensure they reach your door, and establishing a kitchen rota with your flatmates to allow everyone to access this common area safely. While you are self-isolating, our staff will contact you frequently to check on your health and wellbeing. Your residence team can give you more details about the special measures in place theyre fully committed to helping you.

What happens if my flatmate tests positive with COVID-19. Do I have to continue to share my flat with them?

Yes. Government guidance states that someone in the same household as a person testing positive for COVID-19 should immediately isolate for 14 days from either the date the symptoms of the positive case started or if non-symptomatic, 14 days from the date of the test. You should not leave your flat until your isolation period has ended.

How can I keep safe if a flatmate develops COVID-19?

If your flatmate tests positive your whole flat will have to isolate. You should all remain in your bedrooms, and only use the kitchen for when you are cooking. We will assist you with setting up a kitchen rota. It is important you have as little physical contact as possible during this time with your flatmates. We recommend you clean the kitchen including all your utensils, pots and pans etc and clean down all surfaces after you use them before one of your flatmates then accesses the kitchen. While you are outside of your bedroom but within your flat, please wear a face mask to protect both you and your flatmates.

I am a student continuing my course online and I live in my Kapan Residences in the UK. Can I cancel my booking and am I entitled to a refund?

If you have moved into your student room, you are required to adhere to the terms of your tenancy, which include the payment of your rent until the end of the contract period. If you have not yet moved into your student room, we will allow you to defer the start of your booking to 14 days prior to face-to-face teaching of your course commencing.

Will the reception team still accept my parcels and deliveries?

We will support you as much as we can to ensure that you are able to receive deliveries. If you are not self-isolating, we kindly ask that you keep deliveries to a minimum in consideration of other residents who might need more help. If you are in self-isolation, the on-site teams will sign for food deliveries and assist in delivering items to your door, to make this period as comfortable as possible for you. Please note that all items and associated delivery charges are at students expense.

How can I report a maintenance issue if I am self-isolating?

If you have something that needs our attention, please report it to reception by using the QR code on the back of your bedroom door. Theyll do everything they can to resolve the matter as soon as possible if it is urgent, or at the end of your self-isolation period if it is not.

I am going home who do I need to inform?

If you do decide to leave, please inform your residence team of your departure date and arrange for your key to be handed back and your belongings removed from your room. Due to social distancing measures, you must remove your belongings yourself, however 1 non-resident who lives in your family household will be allowed into the building to assist you. This visitor must be confirmed with the residence team prior to arrival and will be required to wear adequate PPE before access to the residence will be permitted. you with still be liable for your rent, as per the Kaplan cancellation policy, until you find a new student to replace you.

I am going home can I leave my belongings in my room? And when may I come back?

We completely understand that you may wish to go back to your home address or country at this time of uncertainty. If you do choose to leave and confirm you can return prior to the end date of your tenancy contract, then yes, you can leave your belongings in your room. However, if you cannot confirm you will return, then we advise that you remove all your belongings at the same time. We cannot store any belongings after the end of your tenancy. It is your responsibility to arrange for your belongings to be collected before the end of your tenancy agreement. Any belongings left in your room at the end of your tenancy will need to be disposed of.

Will I be able to get a refund if I have returned home?

If you have moved out of your student room, you are still required to adhere to the terms of your tenancy agreement, which include the payment of your rent until the end of the contract period.

I have returned home but left my belongings in my room, should I return to collect them?

You may leave your belongings in your room for the length of your tenancy. We cannot store any belongings after the end of your tenancy. It is your responsibility to arrange for your belongings to be collected before the end of your tenancy agreement. Any belongings left in your room at the end of your tenancy will need to be disposed of.

I am planning to start my course in January, can I book a room at this stage and what happens if I then cant travel?

You are welcome to book a room for your course start date in January. If you are then unable to travel due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will defer your booking start date to 14 days prior to when face-to-face teaching at your university is confirmed. You will not be liable for rent prior to the start date of the tenancy.

Can I cancel my upcoming booking?

We encourage students to continue to make bookings. If face-to-face teaching is not in place at the start of your tenancy, your booking will be deferred to 14 days prior to the date face-to-face teaching is expected to resume. Until this decision is made by the universities our standard cancellation policy will apply.