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Cardiff University announces that online learning will remain in place until March 26th

Face-to-face teaching has been pushed back again


The First Minister, Mark Drakeford, announced on 29th of January that Wales will stay at alert level four for at least another three weeks.

Cardiff University had previously planned to restart in-person teaching on February 22nd.
However, the majority of courses, except health-related and practical based ones, will now be online until at least March 26th.

In an email sent out to students, the University said that there is “an expectation that more in-person teaching will take place after Easter”.

Within the email, the university also asked students who are currently residing in Cardiff to make weekly use of their Covid screening services.

If you need support in these tough times, the Student Support and Wellbeing teams can help.

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