My main concern now is, if exams are going to be in-person, how are they going to support us? The faculty has promised that we will have adequate time and means of preparing for our finals that are now in a different format to the one we have prepared for entire two years we have spent at Oxford. Is this task going to fall on individual tutors at each college? If so, not only is this extra work for them, but students may receive different levels of support and exam practice depending on their college.
After two years of getting used to learning over Zoom and Teams, a return to in-person teaching for everyone is hopefully within sight. Advice...
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Oxford associate professor and former Lib Dem council candidate fears Brexit will undermine Britain’s research status
Chancellor Chris Patten said that universities must stand up for themselves
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Congregation, the university’s governing body, will meet in an attempt by around 150 dons to reverse Oxford’s position on the USS pension scheme
Her lack of support had prompted the creation of the #JeezLouise hashtag
Oxford SU encouraged students not to use departmental facilities, though college teaching will not be affected
The motion called on students to support their lecturers and tutors, even if that means not attending classes
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