During the current circumstances, we wanted to reassure all potential students and applicants that BCOM’s Admissions team are still available and on hand to answer any questions or concerns – you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are accepting applications for our 2020 academic year through UCAS as normal and all interviews are being held online. Click here for a list of our courses. We are happy to talk through any questions or concerns via video or audio chats – please just email us to organise a mutually convenient time to talk.
We understand this is currently a challenging time, and there may be concerns with making your university choice or the possible disruption on future grades and exams. Please be assured that we are keeping up to date with all relevant announcements and will continue working to make our application process as smooth as possible. We will work with Government advice as it becomes available and will manage any changes as best we can to enable your future start at BCOM.
Our Admissions team understand the importance of making your university choice and are committed to helping you make an informed decision. If you wish to receive an electronic information pack which includes a presentation from our Principal Dr Kerstin Rolfe and Admissions Lead Alice Hughes about what makes BCOM unique, we would be more than happy to send this over- please email email@example.com.
Since the end of March we have been carrying out online tutorials/lectures and students have carried out video consultations with patients as part of their time in clinic. We are so proud of how well our students and staff have adapted to this new learning environment.
From September 2020 we are planning blended learning and teaching for BCOM students with some lectures remaining online to limit the need for you to travel to BCOM and also to reduce face to face contact. We will prioritise the safety and well being of our students, patients and staff so we will adapt according to the Government guidelines and advice. Our practical classes will be on site in “bubbles” of smaller groups and students will wear PPE as recommended by the Government when they are not able to socially distance. The library will be open and “bubbles” of students will be able to visit the library on allocated days with social distancing in place. There will be support staff available for all students.
The BCOM clinic, for year 3 upwards, will be open and running. For more details on how the clinic will operate and to see measures that are being put in place to ensure infection control please click here.