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Returning to the building
Following Government advice issued in March, we changed our operational delivery and closed the Ravensbourne building to maintain the safety of our students and staff.
But we've recently been busy making plans for a safe return to the building this autumn and we've adapted our learning environment so that students can make the most of our facilities while maintaining social distancing.
This video details 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 September, our teaching will move to a hybrid approach. Some of our classroom sessions will move 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 you are coming to the UK for the start of the 20/21 academic year, you will need to send us documentation before we can issue your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
You can find full details of the documentation needed on our dedicated Coronavirus: visas and immigration advice page.
We’ll make it together is a place dedicated to uplifting and celebrating our creative community. Check out our activities and resources to help you stay healthy and connected with others. You can also contact our student services - including counselling, health advice, and more.
Stay in touch with all the latest goings on through our social channels. You can find us @RavensbourneUK #makeitravensbourne
Ravensbourne University London
6 Penrose Way
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