For the September 2021 intake, the University of Nottingham is running in-person teaching in keeping with government guidance. Digital technologies will also be utilised to ensure a well-rounded, practical and flexible delivery of teaching for students. Find out more about teaching in semester one. The University will make sure that students whose situation makes it difficult to travel can also join their course, with remote study options available with digital learning.
If you’re travelling to the UK this Autumn from a ‘red list’ country, the University will fully compensate you for the cost of isolating in a quarantine hotel (£1,750) before the start of your course.
If you are travelling from an ‘amber list’ country, you can make the most of free accommodation for the duration of your quarantine period. If you have booked Kaplan-arranged accommodation, this will be 2 weeks before your contract is due to start. If you are in University-booked accommodation, you can arrive at any time, though the University would encourage arrival after 4 September.
Read more about the University’s quarantine and arrival support policies on their website.
For students who started a course in September 2020, or January 2021, studies are now able to take place on campus once again with blended learning. Lectures will continue to be delivered online, but face-to-face support and learning is also available. Students can still complete their course online if needed.
Find out more about the University of Nottingham’s coronavirus-related policies the University’s website.