Generally, yes, but there is inherent flexibility in the programme due to the nature of the Learning Tree and approach to learning.
TEDI-London will operate a 'sticky campus' – an environment in which students will learn, collaborate, and receive guidance from peers and mentors. Project work may be based at TEDI-London – or in industry – but the campus will remain a central focus for student life. Students will be expected to attend TEDI-London in a similar way that modern employees engage with the workplace – how they develop their days will depend on arranged contact time with mentors, coaches and their project teams.
Whilst the planned nature of the campus will expect students to attend regularly, the Learning Tree will facilitate students being able to study at home, or off-site, once again reflecting the nature of modern working and empowering students from diverse backgrounds (such as those with caring commitments) to access education at TEDI-London.
Scheduled activities will be planned over four days to allow students to explore extracurricular pursuits. The TEDI-London team will strive to make studying as accessible as possible. Exploring how projects can be more accessible to part-time learning will be part of the curriculum development process.
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