Changes in University due to COVID?

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Were there any unis that cancelled lecutures all together (or even evicted students from halls) during the first wave? 99% sure a second wave is inevitable and the uni I’ve applied to is far from home, is it worth taking the risk and starting uni this year? What rules are they going to enforce?
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I'm fairly sure that all unis cancelled all face-to-face teaching during the first wave/lockdown. They didn't really have a choice about that. But teaching did continue online.

I don't know anywhere that evicted students from halls. I'd be very surprised if they did, since that would leave some people homeless. Many did refund rent for people who wanted to move out of halls, so most students in halls did choose to leave.
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My university (University of East London) is making decisions course by course. For me personally, I'm studying media and communication, the course is going to be delivered both remotely and in person. For the hands-on workshops and smaller seminars, we are going to be in person but lectures are going to be online. I also know that going in person is going to be voluntary for my course, as some people might be shielding/taking care of others/don't want to risk getting ill.
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