We have needed to make some changes to how your programme will be delivered in 2021/22 to reflect what is necessary in response to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.
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We have made these temporary changes in line with the Government’s Higher education COVID-19 operational guidance, updated 19 July 2021, to ensure students and staff remain safe on campus and that we continue to ensure the quality of your learning experience.
From the Autumn term 2021 teaching will be delivered through in-person sessions, with principally teacher-focussed sessions being pre-recorded and made available to you online. In some instances, where taught sessions are delivered by a third party, alternative arrangements have been made that may mean some sessions are delivered online or through a combination of in-person and online delivery. In some instances, we have also needed to change the way in which you will be assessed on your programme. All programme changes have been subject to careful scrutiny through our quality assurance processes.
It may be necessary for the College to make further changes during the 2021/22 academic year if there are changes to public health guidance in England because of the Covid-19 pandemic. For example, in-person teaching may need to move online in response to changing health advice. If this is necessary, you will be informed of what this means for your programme of study at the time the UK government makes any changes to its published guidance.
The changes to the programmes for 2021–22 will be outlined in the addenda documents published on this page, please check back for updates. Please also refer to the programme specification for your degree, which you can find at the bottom of the ‘What you’ll study’ section of each programme web page.
If you are looking for the changes to 2020-21 programmes please visit our programme changes for 2020-21 page.