UK students: tell us how you are affected by the national lockout.


We’d love to hear about how Covid-19 and the national lockdown are impacting you this semester from students around the UK.

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With the nationwide lockdown possibly lasting for months, students have been thrown into disarray around the country. Until mid-February at the earliest, many who traveled home for Christmas would not be able to return to campus, and many of those who remained at the university have reported feeling depressed and lonely.

The devolved governments of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales have the power to close universities in their respective countries, in compliance with the Coronavirus Act 2020. Students are expected to continue their courses online, either from home or in student accommodation, with in-person classes cancelled for many.

We would like to hear from students about how their studies, finances, and mental health are impacted by the closure steps and confusion at Covid.

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