Find out how we are living with Covid-19, so you can plan your university experience.
Help us keep case numbers low
We will continue to monitor data provided by local public health teams and the WHO to make sure we can react to any Covid-19 changes.
Vaccines help to protect you and other people. Find out how to get a Covid-19 vaccine.
Getting tested and reporting cases
The government is no longer providing free lateral flow device (LFD) tests. This means you have to pay for a test.
If you have symptoms, we recommend staying at home for five days. You can use our reporting form to let us know so we can keep track of cases on campus.
You can use the NHS Covid-19 app to help the NHS keep control of Coronavirus and protect everyone. It is part of the Test and Trace service in England.
You can scan QR codes at particular locations (including on campus) so you can be alerted if any location is linked to infections.
The contact-tracing app notices and logs other app users nearby. If any of those users later test positive for Covid-19, you’ll receive an alert with advice.
Cold or flu symptoms
If you’re not feeling well, respect the community and avoid spreading illnesses.
We encourage you to wear a face covering in crowded, enclosed spaces on campus – it’s not the law but we encourage this.
Regular and thorough hand-washing is one of the most effective ways of killing germs and reducing the spread of coronavirus.
There are also clearly labelled hand sanitiser stations across campus.
Our cleaners prepare our campus buildings for use by staff and students. Cleaning materials and hand sanitiser will be available if you need them.
The UK government has information about Coronavirus and its approach to Covid-19.
The National Health Service (NHS) is the official source of UK health advice and guidance for Covid-19.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), part of the UK government, is the official source of travel advice and guidance. You should follow this guidance for leaving and returning to the UK.