Good news! The College will be fully open for the new academic year.
The College is working hard to facilitate a safe working environment in preparation for the new academic year and the admissions team are working to ensure all applications for September are processed as normal.
We will update the FAQs on this page and we ask you to keep checking them regularly to receive further updates.
Please continue to follow Government advice, stay safe and check for further announcements.
Frequently Asked Questions
Awarding bodies will start releasing their results from 13th July onwards. On receipt of your examination results from the awarding body, you will receive a text message from the College to advise you that an email has been sent to your College account with an attached results statement. Your official results statement will be sent to you via the post once it has been received from the awarding body. Instructions on how to access your college email account can be found on the Student Hub.
The process for making an appeal depends on which awarding body your qualification is registered with. We have provided links below to their respective COVID-19 pages where you can find information on their individual appeals processes and relevant deadlines. If you are unsure of who your registered awarding body is or you cannot see it listed below, please email email@example.com for further guidance.
Please apply online by using the ‘Course Search’ function on the website homepage, selecting your chosen course and clicking ‘Apply Now’.
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September: What will it look like?
Recent Government advice suggests most students will be able to study in College provided they study in defined groups (bubbles), minimise contact with other groups, and follow the measures the College has put in place:
Student and Staff Safety
This is our priority. We are following government guidelines and have undertaken a full risk assessment (which is being constantly reviewed) to ensure appropriate measures are implemented to minimise the risk of Covid-19 transmission. These will include:
- Social distancing measures across campuses
- Classes taught in ‘bubbles’ where practicable
- Blended learning to include online delivery as well as face-to-face where appropriate
- Regular cleaning of classrooms and common areas
- Hand sanitiser available across campuses and in classrooms
- Staggered start/ end times and separate allocated entrances to ease congestion
- PPE issued for specialist subjects where required (we continue to monitor and follow Government advice on this).
The Government have provided guidance for parents and students returning to College in September:
What parents need to know
Facilities & Campuses
Our facilities set us apart from other institutions and construction work has continued throughout the summer to make sure new facilities are ready for students. Take a look at the facilities waiting for you this September:
If you’d like to familiarise yourself with the campuses, you can take a look at our 360 tour which works like Google street view. Click through the assigned paths, or fly direct to the area you’d like to explore.
Closure Of Club Vitalize, Aspire Hair & Beauty And Conference Facilities
Following Government guidance to restrict non-essential contact, we have taken the decision to close the Club Vitalize gym facility, the Aspire Hair & Beauty Salons and conference facilities.
We hope that you are excited to join us in September. If you have any questions about the measures we are putting in place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org