Universities are hosting online or virtual open days throughout June and July. The government has still not released guidance to higher education providers as to how they should, or should not, resume teaching from September 2020, which has left many universities to make the decisions independently. StudentCrowd has put together a handy list of those providers that have confirmed their teaching intentions for the coming term, along with dates for their open days.
Only two providers on the list at the time of writing have stated that they will keep solely to online learning, with the remainder that have declared stating that they will keep to a blended approach: teaching online with face-to-face interactions on campus where necessary and safe to do so.
Find out if your university, or the one that you are applying to, has declared its intentions for the 2020/2021 academic year by taking a look at this page.
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