Which universities are operating online this year like lectures and stuff!

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Just wondering
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Uni of Bedfordshire, Uni of Kingston & Uni of Middlesex
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Uni of Bedfordshire, Uni of Kingston & Uni of Middlesex
Thanks for replying! Also, Cambridge too
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Thanks for replying! Also, Cambridge too
Anytime!
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Most of them but it does vary from course to course. My course still has face-to-face teaching and (as of this moment) placements.
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Most of them but it does vary from course to course. My course still has face-to-face teaching and (as of this moment) placements.
Placements as in uni placements?
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Placements as in uni placements?
Medical placements.
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Medical placements.
Ohh thanks I was a bit confused for a sec
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Utrecht University until next year 2021. :/
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Some universities are going for blended learning approach which i think is fair especially with the current situation.
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Some universities are going for blended learning approach which i think is fair especially with the current situation.
There appears to be a lot of claims of blended teaching, but I get the impression that it is mostly if not entirely online for this term at least.
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Just wondering
At the moment, we are starting on October 5th, with online lectures but in person seminars (although this may be moved to online depending on the guidelines)

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There appears to be a lot of claims of blended teaching, but I get the impression that it is mostly if not entirely online for this term at least.
Yes. I think it depends how much your year is coursework and how much is exam based. If its mostly coursework, then the uni will be more online than on campus.
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There appears to be a lot of claims of blended teaching, but I get the impression that it is mostly if not entirely online for this term at least.
Lucky for the universities.
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Lucky for the universities.
Not so lucky for the poor sods who've shelled out for uni accommodation.
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Not so lucky for the poor sods who've shelled out for uni accommodation.
Lol yeah exactly. Universities got their accommodation money and hooked people in with 'bLeNdEd LeArNiNg' marketing campaign and now will probably end up doing most courses 100% online for a while. Just add in a cheeky strike or two and it's all set to be a great academic year. I know things can change, but let's face it. The 2020/21 academic year will be mostly virtual learning and is pribably a write off. I'm not on the tuition fee refund campaign because the course I'm on means we're key workers and we need to face-to-face exposure to go forward, and so far we're still getting good teaching imo. But other people on other courses are going to be screwed over this year. I also doubt universities will allow people to move out early/not pay rent again like they did last year if it's 100% online and/or there's a second lockdown.
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I’m going to Middlesex and for at least the first term everything will be online for me. So live zoom sessions, and pre-recorded content. I’m slightly worried about tbh☹️
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I’m going to Middlesex and for at least the first term everything will be online for me. So live zoom sessions, and pre-recorded content. I’m slightly worried about tbh☹️
And you guys pay for this as well
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