Coronavirus and your studies

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During a confusing and worrying time, GK Unions aims to help you navigate the advice from Kent and Greenwich Universities about taking care of yourself and how your studies may be affected. 

This article was first published on 14th March 2020.  For up to date information, please visit .

The University of Kent have annouced they will be moving towards online teaching from 23rd March.  The next week will be a transitioning period. Please check you student emails for further information.  Kent Union's Facebook page is hosting a regular FAQ which may answer some of your queries.  Please follow the links below for further help and support. 

Greenwich University have decided to suspend all face to face teaching.  All assesments and learning will move online.  We understand this may cause issues for some courses who can not study online. 

Greenwich University said,

" In light of the uncertainty and disruption being caused by COVID-19, we have decided to stop all face-to-face classes on all of our campuses from Monday (16 March) until further notice. The welfare of all our students and staff continues to be our main priority.

Buses will continue running as normal. Medway Campus is still open.

The University of Kent continues to offer face to face teaching. For their latest news, please visit their Coronavirus advice pages.  Follow this link to find out who to contact at Kent University for health and study questions.  

If you are concerned about your own health, please follow the latest advice from the NHS

For any other questions, please refer to your Univeristy Advice Centres or GK Unions Advice service here.

Please continue to check your university emails for updates. 

The main GK Coronavirus page will be updates as the situation changes, please check back there for updates.