Our top priority is the health, safety and comfort of our staff and residents. Our robust set of health and safety policies has enabled us to remain open throughout the outbreak of Covid-19.
We’re proud to provide a safe haven for students who are still living in the UK and taking online courses from our campuses.
To minimise disruption to ongoing studies and protect our resident’s mental and physical wellbeing, here are some of the actions we have been continuously taking and reviewing since the start of 2020:
As the only residential English language school in London, we were determined to remain optimistic, responsible, and future-focused.
To get the inside scoop on how we've kept our students, residents and staff safe, follow our video tour inside our Kentish Town campus, newly built just last year and waiting to welcome you!
The people who live here don’t break the rules and are very polite. Every time you go inside the building you see the people with masks and it is very controlled here.
The latest announcements:
Full article on the latest announcements can be found here.
From 08/03/2021 (All dates shown are the earliest that each step can start, and are subject to a review four weeks after the beginning of the current step.
Last updated: 14th June 2021
To enable more students to safely travel to London and study English, Stay Campus London is proud to offer 5 days free quarantine accommodation on bookings of at least 6 weeks of English classes.
On Friday 7th May 2021 Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced that international travel from England will no longer be illegal from 17 May 2021 but strict border control measures will remain in place. The announcement also unveiled the launch of a new traffic light system, which will categorise countries into three distinct groups based upon the infection rate in each respective country. The lists will be reviewed every three weeks from 17 May, informed by public health advice, including the Joint Biosecurity Centre’s assessment of the latest data.
Below is a table pulled from the Global Travel Taskforce's manifesto titled 'The Safe Return of International Travel'.
The government will also be publishing watchlists to provide an indication when a country is identified as a candidate for changing traffic light category. All measures will be kept under review and further action may be taken to protect public health.
Read the guidance on the traffic light system including the full lists of countries in each category and rules for when people transit through red or amber countries.
Visit England has awarded Stay Campus London with a certificate confirming that we are taking all possible measures to keep everyone safe.
“We’re Good To Go” is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
The UK Department for International Trade has also expressed their support for foreign students coming to Great Britain to study English, and we are proud to extend a warm welcome to all.
Stay Campus London and The Stay Club remain vigilant to continued challenges and student concerns, and endeavour to make all of our facilities open to our residents and partners.
By providing classroom space, accommodation, and catering all in the same building, students can live and learn under one roof. This eliminates the need to commute, reduces the risk of exposure, and gives students more free time to enjoy our facilities.
We have revised our cancellation policy to allow greater flexibility and to ensure you can book with confidence.
Our revised policy means that booking with us is risk-free.
The policy includes guidance for all students who have to cancel their studies due to COVID-19 restrictions.
We look forward to welcoming more students to London at our all-inclusive campuses.