A university that has closed to face-to-face teaching during the coronavirus lockdown is still looking after about 750 students on campus.
Half the 4,500 postgraduates at Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, are from abroad, and some were unable to go home when borders closed.
The university said its job was to make them “feel safe”.
Esther Edun, 45, a researcher from Nigeria, said support during a stressful time had been “phenomenal”.
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