Rules and regulations state that students are only eligible for a student oyster card if they are: 18 or over, attending a participating education establishment that has registered with TFL on the scheme and a resident in London during term time Also that they are: enrolled on full time course including at least 15 tuition led and/'structured learning' hours a week (with attendance at scheduled classes being Monday–Friday only, and not including evening classes) over a minimum period of 14 weeks on the same course, or a full time student receiving NHS bursary money*, or A full time postgraduate student (for example, studying or writing up for 15 or more hours a week), or a sabbatical office (As specified on the TFL website Student Oyster card T&C's). My petition seeks to grant all students that are living in London and based at London University Campuses the right to have a student oyster card. For example students on evening courses are currently ineligible, students doing a distance learning course but who still have assigned days they need to go in to the University or require use of the University's resources in the week, students who have weekend classes are also currently ineligible. My argument is: 1) We all pay similar fees for part time learning courses so shouldn't we hold similar benefits? 2) Why should we be restricted use of the library or campus facilities because we are being charged extra for travel? 3) The specification of 15 hours a week or more in learning should be irrelevant that it is just classroom based, if we opt for a course that is 22 hours a week (for example) it should not make a difference that it is classroom based but just the number of hours the course is per week on average. 4)If the University has no Learning to Access Fund this restricts students in need of financial assistance and so it therefore not fair that students facing financial hardship are not only ineligible for this route because they can’t apply for the fund but also ineligible for the student oyster card. Your signature states that you believe all part time courses on London campuses should be eligible for the student oyster card for students living in London and that you are dissatisfied with the current regulations issued by TFL for student oyster card eligibility.
petra hinds, United Kingdom10 months ago Comments: completely agree!!!
Audia12 months ago Comments: No, no no! I had a TERRIBLE experience with Back to the Roots.I am copynig/pasting my situation below, but you should all know there's other places to buy mushroom kits!Try or or ."I purchased my kit from BTTR Ventures in mid-February 2011, 3 days later was told there was a 7 day backorder, and then they didn't ship my order for 23 more days after that. I understand that the company was changing warehouses at the time but they broke several levels of customer trust: (1) if stock is on backorder, the company should post that on the website, (2) if stock is on 25 day backorder, the company should say so and not say they are on a 7 day backorder.In short, I feel that BTTR Ventures manipulated me (and other customers) into buying their goods, when they were on severe backorder. If I had known at the 7-day backorder mark that it would've been another 23 days before I received my order, I would have cancelled it. I think this is what BTTR was attempting to avoid."...after this, all they offered me was a 15% discount on a future purchase. Why would I ever purchase from them again? http://hkkebsgso.com xqqrejfh gwswfpq
Vadim12 months ago Comments: First I would hire a spy to keep a lookout and tell me if the coast is clear, then I would get my first aid kid and cream and rub it on me.Then I would call the hatipsol to see if they have space, if they say yes, I will dress in black and get walking slowly and carefully to the hatipsol, shotgun in hand. aishaakram18Manchester
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