Explore our 2021 courses
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on all aspects of life for almost a year, and we appreciate how incredibly difficult this has been for all of our students.
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After the Easter break, all students on practical courses will have a mix of in-person lessons inside the Ravensbourne building and remote online lessons. For all students that aren't on practical courses, all timetabled lessons will continue to be delivered online.
The Government has announced that remaining students will be able to return to in-person teaching alongside Step 3 of the Roadmap, when restrictions on social contact will be eased further and the majority of indoor settings can reopen. This will take place no earlier than 17 May, following a further review of the transmission data.
Following government advice, we introduced extensive safety measures to the Ravensbourne building. We have successfully adapted our learning environment so that students can make the most of our facilities while maintaining social distancing.
Public Health England has declared our university building covid-secure, meaning we have all the necessary safety measures in place to keep our community safe.
To enter the university building all our staff and students must present a negative Lateral Flow Test result, taken within the last three days. Further details about our testing programme can be found on the intranet.
It is mandatory for all our staff and students to wear a face mask or shield (for those who are face mask exempt) whilst moving inside the building. Masks must be worn at all times, including during lectures and when seated at desks. Face masks and shields (for those who are face mask exempt) can be obtained free of charge at the front of house.
We have introduced a number of key safety measures whilst you are in the building. These include: one-way system for moving around the building, sanitisation stations and 2m social distancing markers.
The video below details all of our new safety measures, showing how we've adapted the building so students can safely enjoy our facilities.
We've ensured that everyone will have the space needed to learn, create and thrive.
From autumn 2020, our teaching moved to a hybrid approach. Some of our classroom sessions moved online to allow the more practical elements that require access to our specialist spaces or equipment to continue to be available on site.
We have also expanded our library space, prototyping, making areas and individual study spaces for students to work in the building.
If students need someone to talk to, they are reminded to contact our dedicated student services team. Student services are currently hosting daily drop in sessions from 1.00pm - 2.00pm to offer any assistance students may need. All of our existing services have moved online, so students can access the same support that was available in the building.
Students can explore a range of trusted information, services and tools to help the challenges of student life on studentspace.org.uk
Student Space is a trusted place to access:
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