APPLICANT PRE-ENROLMENT SUMMER PROGRAMME
Online, via Blackboard Collaborate - with an optional final day on-campus (Thursday)
Meet your cohort, brush up on key study skills, and get ready for starting your degree this September with our short pre-enrolment programme.
BRIDGING THE GAP TO DEGREE STUDY
For undergraduate applicants due to enrol this September, our summer programme is designed to help you make the transition to degree study and achieve your full potential - despite the challenging year it's been.
Topics will include working effectively in groups, academic writing and networking skills.
Why join the programme ?
- Get to know your classmates and tutors before welcome week
- Refresh your skills and get ready for assignments
- Join an on-campus day at the end of the programme
- Boost your confidence before starting your degree!
HEALTH & SAFETY
We are all responsible for ensuring our own safety and safety of others while visiting the campus and attending on-campus activities.
Although government restrictions have recently been lifted, please note that we will be following social distancing measures on campus.
To ensure the safety of all visitors we ask everyone to read through carefully the below information before booking and attending the Pre-enrolment Summer Programme face-to-face activity.
Before booking your place: Only students will be able to attend this activity. To minimise the number of participants in the building at this occasion we are unable to welcome guests (parents, carers) to attend this activity.
The activity will take place in small groups of attendees, following social distancing measures while on-campus Before you depart to the campus:Please keep up to date with the latest COVID-19 advice from the Government. Please make sure you are aware of the symptoms of COVID-19. The new COVID-19 variant (known as Delta) spreads more easily than the other variants that were previously most common. If you’re in an area where the new variant is spreading, you should not attend the activity.
If you are feeling unwell and / or have any symptoms of COVID-19, please do not come to campus. Please stay at home and follow Government advice.
Please notify us via email:
phone: +44 (0)203 553 7064
so we can postpone your place to another time.
If you have been in close contact with someone who has recently tested positive for Covid-19, please do not come to campus. Please stay at home and follow Government advice. Please take a rapid-lateral-flow test 48 hours before attending the activity to minimise the spread of the virus. Please let us know if you require any support or adjustments in order to access our campus no later than 5 working days before the activity. We will make reasonable adjustments where possible.
Please plan your journey to / from the campus in advance.
Arriving to the campus:
Wear a face covering if using public transport and socially distance from others. Carry an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with you. Please aim to arrive between 9.30 - 10.00 to allow time for a check in. Upon arriving to the building please cooperate with the staﬀ and security to complete entry formalities.
Only prospective students will be able to enter the building and attend the activity. To minimize the number of participants in the building at this occasion we are unable to welcome guests (parents, carers) to attend this activity. The activity will take place in small groups of attendees, following social distancing measures while on-campus. Face coverings must be worn when entering and moving around in the building. Face coverings don't need to be worn when you're taking part in the activity; sitting down in designated study / activity spaces.
Always keep a 2-metre distance from others, where physically possible. Please adhere to the one-way system in place throughout the building. Please observe building signage and only use the designated space for the activity. Do not re-arrange chairs or any other furniture or change your allocated space during the activity. Staff members will be able to answer your questions and guide you through the day.
Safety, health and hygiene:
Cleaning frequencies have been enhanced at the campus. Cafeteria and breakout areas are closed. Please bring your own drinks in closed containers / bottles. Wash Hands often, avoid touching your face, observe social distancing at all times, wear a face covering (unless you are exempt), avoid busy areas.
After visiting the campus:
It is essential to quickly act to contain the virus. If you are feeling unwell after your visit,
please notify us via email:
phone: +44 (0)203 553 7064.
Note: Taking into consideration that the circumstances might change, the College is prepared to host this activity online. In the event that Pearson College are not be able to host the activity face to face, we will inform attendees who registered their place via email or text.
A notebook and pen, stable internet connection, and camera and microphone ready.
We will be hosting the majority of the programme on Blackboard Collaborate and will send a link to join the sessions to all applicants who sign up.We are also arranging to host the final session on Thursday 5th August on-campus, to give applicants the chance to meet in person and experience our central London facilities!
We recommend you attend the full programme to get the most out of it, but if you are unable to make any of the sessions due to other engagements, you are still welcome to join! Just let us know.