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In light of the uncertainties of COVID-19 and since less international students will be going to the UK this year, do you think London uni's like UCL/ LSE will be offering courses through adjustment this year?
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In light of the uncertainties of COVID-19 and since less international students will be going to the UK this year, do you think London uni's like UCL/ LSE will be offering courses through adjustment this year?
I doubt it personally (their losses will mainly be in postgraduate courses and adjusting staffing to increase undergrad UK intake to make up for that would be tricky - especially if they expect recruitment to recover in 2021 but are stuck teaching through a large cohort for 3 years) but we’ll find out in August.
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