Nottingham Trent University is to move to online-only learning from Monday 23rd March.
The University says it has been monitoring our situation with regard to Coronavirus closely, preparing to take appropriate action as the position changed.
While all University buildings remain open, all face to face teaching will immediately stop and online learning will commence from Monday 23rd March.
In a statement, the Nottingham Trent University said; “NTU is committed to offering as full a range of services to our students as possible whilst taking sensible steps to protect the health and wellbeing of us all.
“During this week, students should decide where they wish to be when our online learning provision commences on next Monday and if necessary make appropriate travel arrangements.
“Of course, students may choose to stay in accommodation in Nottingham. Communal areas, such as libraries, gym facilities, and catering outlets, will remain open. We will continue to clean these areas thoroughly.”
“All students on international exchanges and placements are welcome to travel back to Nottingham or their country of origin over the next week; please check the student Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) via your MyNTU app for more information.”