We know that Covid-19 isn’t something that just affects your studies, it affects your home lives too. Be assured that we have tailored our support to take this into account. In partnership with our Students’ Union, we have implemented new policies and regulations to ensure that you are not disadvantaged in any way as a result of the current situation.
What is most important to us is that you have a safe and outstanding experience at London Met. We will continue to review the situation weekly in line with government guidance and keep you informed of any changes we need to make. We'll continue to practise social distancing when returning to the buildings and contact will be minimised through focusing on necessary in-person activity and planning around this.
Most teaching is currently taking place remotely. Online lectures, seminars and workshops will be delivered by your lecturers in real-time, and audio recordings will be stored in our virtual learning environment to assist your learning. All of the tools you used last year will be available to help you interact with your lecturers and fellow students.
Students on highly practical courses are now able to come back onto campus for their classes, in line with the roadmap out of lockdown announced by the Prime Minister on 22 February. However, if you are not comfortable coming onto campus, you have the option to continue taking your classes online. Contact your School Office for more information or if you would like to discuss this.
All you need to know about how the library is operating can be found on the library area of the Student Zone.
Student support services
We will continue to offer all of our student services remotely for the time being, but are continuing to keep a close eye on developments so we can quickly move if things change.