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The University has done our best to support the NHS locally and to contribute to saving as many lives as possible by. A great deal of work is currently underway to ensure that our campuses are carefully prepared for the safest possible, socially distanced return to in-person study. Our actions will be guided by science and entirely up-to-date best practice and will likely include, for.
Returning home. The Government’s advice (as of 26 March 2020) is that students remaining at university in England should now stay where they are and not attempt to travel. If you are living in student halls, or private rented accommodation, you should remain there and stay indoors while current restrictions are in force. If I leave my halls will I be refunded? Given these exceptional.
Welcome to our coronavirus (Covid-19) information pages. Here you can find the answers to frequently asked questions for students and staff, and links to further information, resources and support. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this difficult and unsettling time as.
Work from home; Guidance using survey tools; Employ students; Process personal data for research; Ensure security of voice recordings; Ensure correct use of images; Recognise an information request; Working from home. Follow the information governance best practice guidance below. Continue to follow UoM information governance policies, procedures and the IGO guidance on sharing and storing.
The Code protects students' rights to safe, good quality accommodation, wherever they are studying, and makes sure they get the best out of their time living in university or college residences. It outlines everything students can expect from their accommodation as well as their responsibilities as tenants. Many university accommodation buildings are signed up to The Code, which was introduced.
Many typists who work from home do transcription work. Transcription jobs are where you are given a piece of audio to listen to and you need to type up what is being said, sometimes word for word, sometimes just the key points. There are many transcription firms that take on lots of audio from clients (such as researchers, doctors, and lawyers) and then send those audio files out to home.
A-Z Advice: Adjusting to university life A-Z Advice: Homesickness. Coronavirus update See your college and student union social media updates Putting the social into social distancing (CALM) 6. Get active. Regular exercise can boost your self-esteem, help you concentrate and improve your sleep. Walk, cycle, dance or try something completely new.