Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Latest University advice and guidance

The University campus will be operational from September 2020. We are following government advice on social distancing and personal safety to ensure a 'COVID-19 secure' working and learning environment.

Staying safe on campus

As well as answering some of the most frequently asked questions, the following information will clarify the University's response to the evolving situation.

Information for applicants

Entry requirements for 2020 entry

Open days and virtual events

Information for international applicants

Accommodation information for applicants

New and returning students: what to expect this September

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Information for students

Information for staff

The latest information and guidance for staff can be accessed through the staff portal.

Information for the public community

Tuesday 8 September 2020: update for the community ahead of the new academic year

"In line with all universities, we are starting to return to working and education, and want to offer reassurance that the health, safety and wellbeing of our whole community – students, staff, city residents and visitors – is uppermost in our minds."

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Other things that may be of interest

University events: what's on?

Arts Institute public programme

We’re supporting the national effort

  • Graduates helping the NHS
  • Staff returning to the front line
  • Supporting research into vaccination
  • Delivering training to NHS staff
  • Supplying equipment to the NHS and staff in the city
  • Creatively supporting homeschooling during lockdown