***** Update (26/06/20) – UKCBC’s Holborn campus will be reopening for AAT EXAMS ONLY from 07/07/20. All other UKCBC campuses will remain closed until further notice. We will update staff and students of any developments accordingly. *****
**** Update (23/04/20) – UKCBC campuses will remain closed until the government advises businesses are safe to reopen. We will update staff and students of any developments accordingly. ****
*** Update (20/04/20) – The College will be extending campus closures until Monday 11th May 2020.***
**Update (08/04/20) – The College will be extending campus closures until Friday 1st May 2020.**
After monitoring the developing COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided it would be in the best interest of our staff, students and our local communities to close all UKCBC campuses from Friday 20th March (20/03/20) until Wednesday 15th April (15/04/20). Please be aware – this is an initial closure guideline and may change; be sure to check the website for official updates from the college.
Lessons for all current programmes will be moving online; students should receive an internal notification with further details regarding this. If you have not received a notification about distance learning for your programme by Friday 20th March, please email email@example.com. Likewise, staff members will be continuing with their duties to the best of their abilities in this difficult time.
Communications between staff and students within the college will likely be limited to email for the initial period of the campus closure; we will provide updates if and when other communication channels become available. Current students can still use the live support function available through the uLearn platform or they can email firstname.lastname@example.org with support requests.
For course information and application enquiries, please contact us via Live Chat on our website and one of our course advisors will answer your query. Alternatively, you can email email@example.com.
Thanks to staff members who have worked tirelessly to facilitate the transition to online learning, and thanks to students for their patience in this challenging period.