BCUIC’s Get Ready Guide
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Update Friday 8 January 2021
On Monday 4 January, further COVID-19 restrictions were announced across England, Wales, and Scotland. These restrictions include the move to online teaching for all schools, colleges, and universities.
BCUIC is fully prepared to deliver courses online until at least mid-February (in line with Government guidance). Lecturers and support staff are already putting in place plans to move teaching fully online, with as little disruption to study as possible. Student courses and assessments have already been adapted for the online environment.
New students in the UK, or in transit, are strongly encouraged to contact BCUIC as soon as possible for support and guidance. This page will be updated as soon as possible with further information for January 2021 students.
Latest Government information can be found below and should be revisited regularly:
Coronavirus Latest Guidance (England): www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Travel Latest Guidance (England): www.gov.uk/uk-border-control
Telephone: +44 (0) 121 331 7377
Update 1 January 2021
Q: I want to study/have an offer for January 2021, what’s next?
A: We are able to offer study either through a blended approach of face to face and online studies, or fully online. If you would like to study with us, we would welcome your application
Q: Will there be any delays to UKVI processing?
A: Many UKVI Visa Application Centres are currently open, however a processing delay should be anticipated.
Q: Should I still book my accommodation?
A: You can provisionally book your accommodation through our team email@example.com; however, final accommodation bookings cannot be made until you have your University ID number.
Q: Will I be able to get my UK visa?
A: As soon as you get your CAS you should apply for your visa without delay