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COVID-19 Update (15 February 2021)

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The University will be deciding about the continuation of online teaching for the rest of the semester, but it is safe to assume that the rest of the semester will continue to be online. However, there will also be an easing of restrictions of available study spaces on campus.

Our Faculty is preparing a formal decision on exclusive online teaching and information will be sent out by the end of this week.

You can read about the latest decisions here.

Tips for studying at home

Struggling to get motivated or suffering from back pain? The right study environment is crucial! The University has compiled a list of helpful resources to make studying at home easier. Find all tips here.