Your learning experience
For the majority of students teaching will take place online until mid-March the earliest (subject to Government advice), except for students on courses still eligible for on campus teaching (details on which courses will still have face to face teaching can be found in our latest student statement).
Your study spaces, including the Library, are open
At present the Library and many study spaces on campus are open to students who are on courses still eligible for face to face teaching or students living in accommodation or near campus who may really need the facilities. Our Library is open to provide you with space to study in an airy, safe environment, while observing social distancing. More informaton can be found on the Library updates page. You will need tickets to be able to access the Library and study spaces on campus. More information on study spaces can be found on the study spaces intranet pages.
We have enhanced our extensive online collection of resources, books and journals that you can access through the library from anywhere in the world, and we have increased the range of software that is available online. Our Academic Skills Centre have developed a range of new resources to help you improve your digital skills so that you can make the most of learning online and benefit from of all our online resources.
Our high quality student support services are available for all students
Our Wellbeing Officers are equipped to work remotely and continue to offer excellent support to students. We continue to adapt and innovate our services including the introduction of further online counselling provision, and we will support students online in every way that we can. Further details of our student support provisions.