Oxford University intends to use face-to-face and online teaching at the start of the new academic year in October, its vice-chancellor has said.
Prof Louise Richardson said it had “every intention of resuming the life of the university next term with as large a student cohort as possible”.
But she warned in a staff email that emerging from coronavirus “will be a slow and protracted process”.
The university announced a year-long recruitment freeze last month.
Prof Richardson said a group was “drawing in widespread representation and expertise from colleges and departments” about how teaching could proceed and adhere to safety guidelines for its Michaelmas…
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