Information for UCL students
UCL is currently closed to the public. Most staff and students should continue to work and study remotely where possible, with around 25% of staff back on site at any one time, working in a safe and socially distanced way.
London has moved to a Tier 2 (high) alert level for COVID-19 and additional restrictions have been introduced to help reduce the spread of infection. Read a message from Professor Anthony Smith, Vice Provost (Education & Student Affairs) and Carol Paige, Democracy, Operations and Community Officer, Students’ Union UCL about what the new restrictions mean for UCL students. Visit the Government and NHS websites and download the NHS COVID-19 App for the most up to date information about what to do if you feel unwell and what you can do to avoid spreading the virus.
Remember, you must stay at home and use the UCL Connect to Protect reporting tool if: you think you may have coronavirus; you have tested positive for the virus; you are waiting for the results of a coronavirus test or you need to self-isolate.
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Key information and support
- I’ve already enrolled as a student and I’ve got a question that hasn’t been answered here. Where can I find more information?
Visit UCL Students to find all of the information you need to get ready for study in 2020/21. If you have a specific question about your individual circumstances please speak to your department or contact us through the askUCL student enquiries system in the first instance.
- I’m joining UCL this year or I’m thinking about applying, and I’ve got a question that hasn’t been answered here. Where can I find more information?