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DGHE aims to share relevant news with its students and staff through its monthly newsletter. You can also read our current and past editions by following the links below.

2020

November 2020

Dear Learners,
You have probably already heard about the Prime Minister's announcement. Here at DGHE, we want you to feel safe and well during these challenging times!
The government has announced a pre-Christmas lockdown in England starting on Thursday 5 November. The aim is to bring COVID-19 case numbers down using a month of increased restrictions, allowing people to travel more safely for the Christmas break. Read more
 

 

 

 

 

September/ October 2020

Welcome back!
Over the past weeks, we have welcomed new and returning students, with our priority being your safety and wellbeing. Here at DGHE, we support each other during these uncertain times, doing everything possible to limit the impact of Covid-19 while at the same time remaining fully committed to your education.
We have taken a blended learning approach, delivering programmes that combine online educational with interactive classroom methods. We will keep you updated on our plans over the coming months, as this is an ever-evolving situation. Read more
 

 

 

 

 

June/July 2020

Welcome to our June newsletter!
Since lockdown began on the 23 of March, our world is living through scary, uncertain times, with every aspect of normal life upended, however, the internet is providing the coping mechanism of comedy to see us through. Clearly, the global coronavirus pandemic is a serious subject, but keeping spirits up while the planet is in lockdown is also more important than ever. I am sure you can relate to the Zoom picture on the side. Read More
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

+ February/April 2020

Welcome to our April newsletter aimed to help, inspire and bring a little joy, with useful resources, college news and articles from our staff and beyond.
As the whole world hunkers down to “flatten the curve”, our students are now learning remotely for the first time. Our college building still closed but #LearningNeverStops. We would like to express our gratitude to our remarkable teaching team that in such challenging times, have rapidly transitioned the delivery to online. Read more
 
 

 

 

 

 

+ January 2020/December 2019

Happy New Year from all of us. We hope you all enjoyed your long break.
We would like to give a warm welcome back to our Art & Design and Top-up students who already started their semester. It's so nice to have you back.
For those enrolled in the Business, Health and Public Services programmes, classes will resume week commencing on the 27th January. In case you haven't received your timetable, please contact our academic officer Monika at m.czaplicka@dghe.ac.uk.
 

 

 

 

 

2019

+ October/November 2019

November 2019 Newsletter

Skies are grey, but hearts are mellow during this time of year.

Within the November newsletter edition, you will find lots of important information on what has been taking place at the College since last month. You will also find updates on upcoming events that are happening in London, well-being tips, surveys, and valuable information about volunteering work.    Read more

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+ August/September 2020

September 2019 Newsletter

A warm welcome to all new DGHE students. We are delighted that you choose us as your ‘first choice’ for high-quality education. Also, a warm welcome back to all our returning learners. We hope you enjoyed your summer holidays and now fully recovered to start your new term.
During this summer break whilst you were enjoying your deserved break, the campus has undergone various changes. New staff members joining the DGHE family, new library facilities, new events, and much more. Read more

 

 

 

 

 

+ June/July 2019

June 2019 Newsletter

Why is England the wettest country?
Because the Queen has reigned there for years! Thought this joke suitable for this ‘wet’ June, by the way, welcome to the newsletter.
In this edition, we have news on DGHE upcoming events, well-being support, tips on useful apps for students and so much more. Read more