Returning to face-to-face teaching

The majority of your scheduled teaching throughout the 2020/2021 academic year will take place face-to-face on campus. 

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Coming to campus

Before you arrive on campus for the first time, there’s some important information you need to know about our new way o...

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What research priority group are you in?

The University has set out a roadmap outlining a phased, priority-based approach to restarting research on our campuse...

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Test and Trace guide for students

What you need to do if you have Covid-19 symptoms and how we will support you.

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Stay Safe bags

All staff and students coming to campus will be given a ‘Stay Safe’ bag containing two washable face coverings and han...

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Preparing for online learning

Some of your course will be taught off-campus during this academic year, so it’s time to get set up for online learning...

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How you will be taught

Our focus is on high-quality, small-group teaching in person, with some digitally-enabled content to ensure no student ...

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Keeping you safe

All on-campus activity will be delivered using all necessary safety measures to keep you and your academic tutors and a...

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Using our libraries

Find out how you can access our libraries and learning resources, including a new click and collect system for books.

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Academic and social opportunities

You will still be able to take advantage of the academic and social opportunities which University life offers – with o...

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Your online support network

Our students still have access to a comprehensive programme of individual support provided by a range of student servi...

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Looking after your mental health and wellbeing

Our mental health and wellbeing team are here to support you throughout your time with us to ensure you achieve your fu...

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Travelling in and around Birmingham during Covid-19

A new city can be pretty daunting, so we've got some handy tips for travelling in and around Birmingham during Covid-1...

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Studying online at BCU

Our Centre for Academic Success have put together a few tips to help you study effectively from home.

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Protecting your data

Register for multi-factor authentication to verify your login when accessing BCU systems.

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Self-isolation support for students

Need to self-isolate? Let us know using the Notify system so that our Student Support services can check in with you an...

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Recording your attendance

All BCU students are required to register their attendance in timetabled sessions on campus.

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