We know that it's going to be a little different when you come onto campus to study, work or visit. Our first priority is keeping our community safe, and this page will tell you more about the steps we've taken to create Covid-19 secure campuses.
We've complied with Government guidelines on managing the risk of Covid-19. To do this, we have:
All our campus buildings have been checked, and we have a Certificate of Safe Occupation. This indicates that Covid-19 arrangements are in place and our facilities and equipment are safe to use.
Our first aiders, who work as part of the campus security teams, have read updated information on conducting treatment safely and using personal protective equipment (PPE).
If you need any support while you're on campus, our free SafeZone app will give you quick access to security and first aid.
You can help everyone stay safe by:
Students can continue to attend university, including those who travel to campus. We will be keeping our campuses open, and will continue to teach and carry out research in a COVID-secure way.
Our student support services are still available, and students can continue to live in University accommodation.
We will continue to follow guidance from the Department for Education shortly and our local Public Health authorities, and will update our University community if anything changes.
We know that coronavirus has affected everyone in different ways, so if you have any worries or concerns about studying at university this year, our Counselling and Wellbeing Service is here to help.