Are you wondering what the ‘new normal’ on campus will look like next term?
Here’s your opportunity to learn more about the University’s preparations to ensure that you enjoy a great university experience and achieve your academic ambitions, while still keeping safe.
Hear from some of our current students about new measures that have been developed, including a hybrid teaching model, the creation of socially distant study spaces, the provision of washable face coverings and access to free COVID-19 testing on campus.
If you’re new to the University, then you can also find out about our plans to welcome you to Liverpool and help you make friends. We’re also working closely with Liverpool Guild of Students to make sure you have chances to join networks, clubs and societies.
As the students say: “We’re still going to have a great time – that never changes. This year we just have to be a bit more creative about how we do it.”
University leaders took part in an online discussion around all the changes put in place to welcome students back.
You can watch a recording of Liverpool Responds: Supporting Students below
For more information please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and guidance pages.
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Find it all here 👉 https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/
1/ Today, we are launching COVID-19 Policy Brief 024 with @LpoolCityRegion, a paper by Dan Exeter, Janine Paynter & Chris Bullen @AucklandUni: ‘Going Hard & Going Early in NZ: The “Team of 5 Million” Unites Against C-19’ https://bit.ly/3b5cb8L
My briefing paper on the UK Internal Market Bill and its implications for devolution in Scotland and Wales, is now available to download from here: