Queen Mary University of London has announced a series of measures to support students who are grappling with uncertainty following yesterday’s announcement about A Level grades. The University, a member of the prestigious Russell Group, has made a series of pledges to ensure that no student with talent and ambition misses out on the opportunities of higher education.
Queen Mary has pledged that:
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Professor Colin Bailey, President and Principal at Queen Mary University of London, said:
“This has been an incredibly tough year already for A Level students and the events of the past few days will only have added to their stress. All of us in higher education owe it to them to provide certainty and assurance about their future. That’s why Queen Mary has taken the swift decision to guarantee places for those with offers in hand and release new places for students with revised grades. We’re also hoping to make the start to life at University a little easier by promising accommodation for students coming to us through clearing.”
Students joining and returning to Queen Mary this autumn will enjoy an innovative blended learning experience and the assurance of a Covid-secure campus environment. This means that all students will be able to engage in programmes of study online as well as being able to access the full range of on-campus facilities and engage in a range of learning enhancement activities if they are able to come to London.
Professor Colin Bailey, President and Principal at Queen Mary University of London, added:
“Nothing has been left to chance in making sure that every student joining us this autumn enjoys a full university experience in the safest possible way.”
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