How the university will respond to changes in covid-19 infection rates
The University of East London is operating at Institutional Tier 3 status with some creative, practical and clinical courses resuming face-to-face learning one day a week. This is in line with the government's 4-stage roadmap out of lockdown.
All other courses will remain online and the full range of University education and services are available online via Track My Future. University services will continue to operate including all essential services to support students in Halls of Residence.
The University of East London’s priority is the provision of a Covid-secure working, studying and living environment for all students and staff, ensuring we comply with all government restrictions and guidance and the University's Healthy Behaviours.
Responding to change
The four university tiers
The government has outlined four levels of restriction that need to be implemented by universities, in partnership with the local authorities, in a phased manner. These tiers apply to all UK universities.
- Tier 1: Our campuses are open and Covid-secure. The University of East London's dual delivery educational framework provides a combination of on-campus and on-line learning. Teaching and learning on-campus is available two days per week with access to the full range of University education and services on-line via Track My Future.
- Tier 2: Teaching and learning on-campus is available one day per week for all courses. The full range of University education and services are available on-line via Track My Future. Limited on-campus services remain open.
- Tier 3: Teaching and learning for most courses proceed online via Track My Future. Practical, creative and clinical courses have one day per week timetabled on campus. Residential and University services on campus continue.
- Tier 4: All teaching and learning online.