Find out what we’re doing to ensure a safe and high-quality learning environment for our current and future students.
NTU is good at adapting and we continue to do everything we can to ensure our students get the best possible NTU experience.
We are teaching in person wherever this is the most appropriate method and is in line with the latest Government guidance.
Our libraries, study spaces, Student Support Centres, Global Lounges, gyms, and cafes are all open. Many sports and other society activities have resumed, and we continue to offer a range of virtual events and opportunities alongside a wealth of services and resources to support our students’ wellbeing.
The safety of our community is paramount, and we still have measures in place to help people protect themselves and others around them. Wearing a face covering is down to personal judgement but colleagues and students should wear them in indoor crowded spaces.
Hand sanitiser and masks are available in multiple locations across our campuses, we have increased our ventilation and are still maintaining regular cleaning of our teaching spaces and communal areas.
This last year has shown all of us how rapidly the COVID-19 situation can change. We know that we may need to alter our plans if new Government guidance is introduced and we are ready to do so when required
If you’re studying at NTU or interested in finding out more information on how we've adapted in the face of COVID-19, take a look at what we're doing to protect the NTU community from COVID-19.
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If you’ve got a question or concern about being on campus during the pandemic, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please call +44 (0)115 848 6060 and select option 1. This line is open Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 5 pm and 10 am – 4 pm at weekends.
You can also chat to our students through our online messaging system who are on standby and happy to help with any information that you need.