Latest Covid-19 update 

Latest Covid-19 update

Coronavirus still remains a serious health risk and while most legal restrictions have been lifted it is important to continue to act cautiously to remain safe and well.

Subhead: University operations

The University will continue to utilise our Tiers of operation system to allow us to effectively respond to any changes in government guidance and to keep our community safe.

From 1 September the University will operate Tier 0: A full return to campus.

UEL's 5 tiers of operation - we are currently at tier 0

Tier 0, means that all teaching, learning and University services will be accessible on-campus through our Dual Delivery 2.0 education framework. Timetabled teaching and learning will be delivered face-to-face in timetabled in blocks of 2 ½ days per week, with students able to flex to on-line learning with permission from their course/module leaders. If you are unsure about how your course will be taught please contact your school or course leader or refer to the module checker on Track My Future.

Read more about the benefits of our Dual Delivery 2.0 teaching and learning framework.

Latest travel advice

The UK is operating under a traffic light system for travel and different travel restrictions apply for students arriving from overseas depending on the status of the country they are travelling from. For the most up to date advice please visit the government website to find out which list your country is on and the what you must do upon arrival in the UK.

If you are required to isolate, please contact or call our Covid-19 hotline at +44 (0)20 8223 3119 for information. We also have a handy quarantine guide

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