Poll finds UK universities plan on return to in-person teaching this Autumn

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Poll finds UK universities plan on return to in-person teaching this Autumn

18 June 2020

A poll conducted by Universities UK (UUK) has found that the majority of higher education institutes in the UK plan on providing in-person teaching and face-to-face social opportunities this Autumn.

97% of the universities surveyed said they will provide some in-person teaching to students at the start of term this year, whilst 87% are planning to provide in-person sporting, fitness and wellbeing activities in the autumn.

Alistair Jarvis, chief executive of UUK, said: “Although their first term will be different from previous years, most students can expect significant in-person teaching and a wide range of social activities and support services."

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