In the Department of Psychology, we want and expect you to join us on our campuses for the start of term. We are planning for our programmes to be delivered in a way that blends in-person classes with a range of online lectures, teaching, learning and collaborative support to deliver a high-quality education.
You will be taught through a combination of lectures, seminars, tutorials, and lab classes. We aim to teach many of these classes face to face on campus, with other classes delivered online via Zoom. Our planning has been informed by feedback that has been provided throughout the current academic year.
By attending campus you will benefit from access to our purpose-built facilities, which support your learning through laboratory and computer access, as well as access to technical and academic guidance.
If there are further waves of infection in the UK that result in restrictions being imposed, we will do all we can to make sure that your teaching and learning continues uninterrupted over the course of the year. Our approach ensures that if things need to change, we can move to online only teaching at any point.
Joining us on campus
While we expect you to come to campus this academic year, we do understand that COVID-19 restrictions may affect you. We will continue to offer a level of flexibility for those of you who are unable to arrive at our campus for the start of term due to travel restrictions.
Details of the steps you should take if you are unable to arrive on our campus for the start of term will be made available before the start of the academic year where it will be possible.
Regardless of your location or method of accessing your learning, you will be able to register in the normal way at the start of the academic year through our online system.