Date : 08 September 2021
Location : United Kingdom

After a challenging academic year, students have been provided with academic and social support by their respective universities. This step has been taken to help the students fill up the learning gaps they might be facing. Universities will provide the international or domestic students arriving at the campus to take in-person classes this autumn with many resources. These resources will guide them to catch up on the sessions that the pandemic has disrupted.

The Director of Higher Education Policy Institute Nick Hillman said that “before starting with the term, the universities must focus on the issues that the students are facing academically and on the social level.”

He further added to his statement while talking to a news agency that “the fresher’s this year have had a disrupted year 12 and 13. This would have given students desired grades but also gave them false confidence for higher education. This would be falling apart when they encounter university life. So the universities must provide them with non-academic as well as academic support available for them.”

The University of Leicester has launched the programme to support the students adjusting to the changes they face with their studies.

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