UoL confirms all semester two exams will take place online

Students can also book study spaces in the SJ from March 1st


The University of Liverpool has announced today all semester two exams and most assessments will be online and “will not be running on campus”.

Professor Gavin Brown also confirmed in the email students currently learning remotely will continue online learning until the end of term on Friday 19th March.

The email continued to say the university is “currently reviewing plans for upcoming events” which includes graduation and students will be receiving updates when the university “has more clarity”.

In the same email, the university confirms study spaces in the Sydney Jones Library will be available from Monday 1st March.

The email ends with: “I’d like to finish by reiterating that we fully appreciate that studying through the pandemic is challenging and once again, I would like to both thank you and say how much I admire and appreciate your continued resilience and patience.”

For more Liverpool University Covid-19 updates, students are urged to check the university’s information page here.

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