COVID-19 Response


Teaching Mode


Further Information
Staffordshire University Blended Learning

Developing a comprehensive suite of delivery models that will support the transition out of lockdown. This includes social distancing and all first semester lectures being delivered virtually.

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Aberystwyth University Blended Learning

The intention is to tailor as much in-person learning as possible to conform to the social distancing guidelines. It is impossible to run a normal timetable under these circumstances, and, as a result, Aberystwyth University will be tailoring their plans accordingly. Online learning activities will be part of their plans in this respect.

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University of South Wales Blended Learning

USW will deliver as many face-to-face activities as they can safely, where it can be done in suitably smaller groups. For the first term (September to December 2020), they have decided to deliver all of our lectures virtually so as not to breach social distancing guidelines for large groups of people. This blended learning approach will ensure you receive good experiences and high-quality education.

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University of Bradford Unspecified

Bradford are currently working on a plan for how they will tailor their teaching for the upcoming academic year.

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Bishop Grosseteste University               Blended Learning                    BGU anticipates on-campus teaching and learning will resume in September but with social-distancing and enhanced hygiene measures in place. This will allow BGU to deliver its programmes through a mixture of both face-to-face seminars and online learning activities, such as online lectures, guided study tasks, and tutorials. Covid-19 Response  
Edge Hill University Blended Learning

In preparation, Edge Hill University are taking all the necessary steps to implement social distancing measures in all their buildings, with increased hygiene regimes, and adherence to all official guidance on PPE.Their measures to provide a safe and welcoming campus will ensure they can enable small group face-to-face teaching and their investments will enable them to provide students with equipment to access online learning materials.

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Kingston University Blended Learning Kingston campuses will be open, with measures in place to ensure everyone's safety, such as social distancing, controlled access and increased cleaning. Lectures will likely remain online for some time but there will be access to campus for smaller group learning, practical working – such as studio and lab-based work – and using the libraries.
Your learning will be enhanced with digital provision, giving a blended approach to your time at Kingston University.
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University of Huddersfield Blended Learning  Huddersfield aim to deliver as much face-to-face teaching as possible, supported by online teaching where necessary. Please be assured that they will continue to follow the Government’s advice and not put you, other students or staff, at risk. They will continue to deliver gold-rated courses effectively through this combination of methods.  Covid-19 Response

Universities in the UK are co-ordinating great efforts to respond to the challenges facing them come September 2020.  It is important that they prioritise the student and staff health and welfare returning in the academic year.

The ER&M team encourage you to contact the University directly if you have not heard what exactly is happening in September but the majority of Universities will  already have been in contact with all their applicants via email.


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