If you are in the UK or you are thinking about travelling to the UK to study, your safety is our priority. Following the outbreak of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) we are following the medical advice that is given by UK Government.
The college is now temporarily closed. On 18th March UK government announced that all schools should close by Friday 20th March. We have followed this advice and Bayswater College London closed on Friday 20th March for 1 month. This may be extended depending on government advice and we will keep our students updated every step of the way.
If you would like to continue your course you can carry on learning with us via our online learning platform, Bayswater College Online. If you are still in the UK, please remember to follow the advice from the UK government and UK National Health Service. If you have returned to your home country, we advise that you follow the national medical advice of your country.
Bayswater College has prepared the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) for our students.
The UK government advice for everyone is:
- Stay at home.
- Stop non-essential contact with other people. This is called social distancing.
- Work or study at home wherever possible.
- Do not use public transport unless it is absolutely necessary.
- Don’t go to any place with lots of people. Pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues are now closed.
- You can still leave the house to buy food, medicine or essential items but only when needed.
- If you have a new and persistent cough or a high temperature you must stay at home and self-isolate for at least 7 days.
- If you live with someone who has a new and persistent cough or a high temperature you must stay at home for at least 14 days.
Information correct on 26 March 2020