2020/2021 intakes - Covid 19


Hi, I was wondering if any of the intakes for 2020/2021 have any idea about how the process will run this year due to Coronavirus impact? I still havent received any update from the uni itself so I was wondering what are the chances that this year is cancelled for international students?

Thank you :)

Hi, I was wondering if any of the intakes for 2020/2021 have any idea about how the process will run this year due to Coronavirus impact? I still havent received any update from the uni itself so I was wondering what are the chances that this year is cancelled for international students?

Thank you :)
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Forgotten6

Hi,  Really not sure if the major airlines will be functioning by September or October for people to travel. So University would be conducting online if they want the batch of 2020/21 to graduate. None of the colleges I know have postponed or cancelled their upcoming batch I. E.  Universities are still optimistic of everything getting normal by September 2020.

Hi,  Really not sure if the major airlines will be functioning by September or October for people to travel. So University would be conducting online if they want the batch of 2020/21 to graduate. None of the colleges I know have postponed or cancelled their upcoming batch I. E.  Universities are still optimistic of everything getting normal by September 2020.
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lawdev

The number of non-EU students is going to be a fraction of what it normally is at European law schools given that visa deadlines are next month in many countries. Some European schools have a second semester (February) intake which non-EU students might be able to make it onto. 
It’s difficult to tell how the classes will run - they will will either be running online at least at the beginning. Or at best, face to face in a socially-distanced environment - with 2m spacing.
It’s highly likely that bars, libraries, clinics etc may be closed in Semester 1.

The number of non-EU students is going to be a fraction of what it normally is at European law schools given that visa deadlines are next month in many countries. Some European schools have a second semester (February) intake which non-EU students might be able to make it onto.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>It’s difficult to tell how the classes will run - they will will either be running online at least at the beginning. Or at best, face to face in a socially-distanced environment - with 2m spacing.</div><div><br></div><div>It’s highly likely that bars, libraries, clinics etc may be closed in Semester 1.</div>
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The number of non-EU students is going to be a fraction of what it normally is at European law schools given that visa deadlines are next month in many countries. Some European schools have a second semester (February) intake which non-EU students might be able to make it onto. 
It’s difficult to tell how the classes will run - they will will either be running online at least at the beginning. Or at best, face to face in a socially-distanced environment - with 2m spacing.
It’s highly likely that bars, libraries, clinics etc may be closed in Semester 1.


hi guys ...whats up. any update on the 20-21 schedule ? when do they start rolling our offers ?

[quote]The number of non-EU students is going to be a fraction of what it normally is at European law schools given that visa deadlines are next month in many countries. Some European schools have a second semester (February) intake which non-EU students might be able to make it onto.&nbsp;<div><br></div><div>It’s difficult to tell how the classes will run - they will will either be running online at least at the beginning. Or at best, face to face in a socially-distanced environment - with 2m spacing.</div><div><br></div><div>It’s highly likely that bars, libraries, clinics etc may be closed in Semester 1.</div> [/quote]<br><br>hi guys ...whats up. any update on the 20-21 schedule ? when do they start rolling our offers ?
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