Cambridge students will study remotely until the end of 2021

Cambridge students will study remotely until the end of 2021

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According to the latest BBC data, students of the prestigious Cambridge University will study remotely for the next year. The university administration announced that all classes will be moved online.

In-person classes are also planned but in compliance with the requirements of social distance, which means groups will have a minimum number of students.

The reason for this change is the current epidemiological situation and the risk of coronavirus infection within the walls of the school.

In case the requirements for social distancing are loosened by the government, the university administration will concede the possibility of students coming back to full-time face-to-face attendance.

A week earlier, the University of Manchester and many other colleges made a similar decision. They were prompted by the UK Government Office for Students that demanded that the schools provide detailed information about the format of the classes in the 2020/2021 academic year.

Like most educational institutions in the world, the University of Cambridge switched to online learning back in March 2020. Since then, the campus has been closed, and students have been taking exams using digital technology.

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