You might have lots of questions about how the current pandemic impacts your university life. We’ve been keeping you up-to-date throughout the ongoing changes and have provided options for you to book your accommodation with confidence. But what should you do if your university course is now 100% online?
There’s good news for students studying in Dundee and Salford, both universities are working hard to provide as much face-to-face tutoring as possible.
How is The University of Dundee Teaching?
They will be offering a blended mixture of online learning and face-to-face teaching, for more information about the 2020/21 academic year visit their latest announcements.
Abertay University is also offering a blended mixture of online courses and in-person lectures. They have in-depth information around how they’re changing to the current situation here.
How is the University of Salford teaching?
The University of Salford will be teaching face-to-face as much as possible, however in the interest of safety larger lectures will be delivered online. Click here for a full comprehensive list of how they’re getting ready for September.
Futureworks has switched to a blended approach, however there are some aspects of the course that require face-to-face learning. Students will also have the option to tell them how they would like to receive their support meetings.
Our student accommodation in Salford and Dundee are minutes away from the local campus. While universities are taking a blended approach, it’s likely that courses will begin to incorporate face-to-face learning more and more as the year progresses. At Old Mill and Bramall Court each room comes with high speed broadband, a chair and desk. So you don’t have to worry about connection issues or where you’re going to study in peace.
You might be still wondering if university is for you given the current situation, but you can rest assured when you book with Mears Student Life. We’ve made it easy for you to book with confidence, we have a range of options available for the 2020/21 year. Speak to us today to find out more.