Find out what we’re doing differently for this term during the Coronavirus situation, so you can plan your university experience.
If you have Covid-19 symptoms you must self-isolate and let us know using a simple form. All the details are available here.
Autumn term ends on Friday 11 December. All teaching is online for the last week of term (7-11 December).
Spring term begins with the Semester 1 assessment period from Monday 4 January to Saturday 16 January 2021. Semester 2 teaching begins on Monday 25 January.
See our full term dates.
See our guidance for postgraduate researchers and supervisors during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The National Health Service (NHS) and Public Health England are the official sources of all UK health advice and guidance.
The NHS has guidance on:
- how to avoid catching or spreading the virus
- checking if you have Coronavirus symptoms
- staying at home if you have symptoms
- getting tested.
The government is constantly assessing the risk of coronavirus and updating its information for the public every day.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), part of the UK government, is the official source of travel advice and guidance.
FCO information covers:
- guidance if you are travelling or living overseas
- advice against all non-essential travel
- foreign travel advice with a list of countries.
We are following all the guidance from these organisations.