This Is What Uni Life Will Look like in September; ADVERTISING FEATURE SWANSEA UNIVERSITY EXPLAINS THE MEASURES PUT IN PLACE TO MAKE SURE STUDENTS ARE SAFE

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This Is What Uni Life Will Look like in September; ADVERTISING FEATURE SWANSEA UNIVERSITY EXPLAINS THE MEASURES PUT IN PLACE TO MAKE SURE STUDENTS ARE SAFE


UNIVERSITIES have announced the academic year will go ahead as planned in September, but what will the experience be like? Although it will vary across universities, Swansea University is keen to reassure students, parents and guardians that going to university in September is still a good idea. Consequently, the university held a Facebook Live on WalesOnline's Facebook page on Thursday, July 30 and invited questions from those watching.

The event was chaired by WalesOnline's education editor, Abbie Wightwick and she was joined by Mark Garratt, interim director of marketing, recruitment and international, Rebecca Lever, associate director of recruitment and marketing and Lanvell Blake, a student at the university studying public health and public promotion.

CREATING A BUBBLE ENVIRONMENT The university has been busy preparing the campus and facilities so that it can welcome students at the end of the summer. This was understandably an area that people wanted to know more about, and Swansea University was more than happy to explain how it plans to keep everyone safe.

Mark said: "The estates team have been on campus throughout the past few months and the level of detail they have gone into to ensure cleanliness is amazing. They have cleaned every area thoroughly, marked out one way systems and every member of staff and students will get hand sanitizers and face masks free of charge so they feel safe and secure.

"We are also minimizing the number of people who are on campus and implementing social distancing rules throughout the university. We are creating a bubble environment in the student accommodation, so students can live on the campus with peace of mind. Safety and security is our number one priority."

ADAPTING TO BLENDED LEARNING As well as making changes in its facilities, the university has looked at how teaching can be adapted to suit government guidelines. Lectures with a large number of students might not be possible now, but that doesn't mean face-to-face lessons won't be available, especially for subjects that are normally based in labs. …

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