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Others in subjects allied to medicine, London South Bank University

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#1 out of 111 UK Universities for Others in subjects allied to medicine

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Accommodation in London

Wellington Lodge offers ensuite rooms
Central location with onsite gym & great communal areas
Only a 6-minute walk to London South Bank Uni

Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
13th Jan
TEACHING NOTES:
They are taking a blended learning approach of remote and on-campus teaching. This means there will be some face-to-face activities for all students, but only in an environment where they can ensure safety through social distancing. Priority will be given to courses that use specialist facilities for group, practical or technical work.
This is the latest available data taken from the lsbu.ac.uk website on 6th January 2021

1 Others in subjects allied to medicine review at London South Bank University


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Student Review: 5 /5

Occupational Therapy, BSc Hons

By member641009 On 3rd August 19

The storry was the foloowing. I got boared at home. My Mum told me I shall go out and do something with my life and not watching TV all the time. Although I have confess I really like food. So at a cold winter day I packed my bag, my made some sandwitches and kissed me on the forehad. I left home and walked to the rube station. The tube station was closed , so I had to take the bus. Bus was full, but the drive was nice. I went to the campuss and asked how to apply with my diploma. I was told I have to go home and get more stuff. Chapter 2 .... to be continued ..

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