Date : 09 November 2021
Location : United Kingdom

Since 2018, universities in the UK have witnessed several incidents of student fallouts and strikes by faculty. Authorities say that they have become used to it because of repeated events and their experience in response to COVID-19. Unlike previous years, universities will continue to deliver face-to-face teaching even if the faculties plan to go on strike. With the strikes potentially starting around Christmas, the Union meeting will be held earlier in December and they will decide how to mitigate the impact on students and other non-participating staff. Authorities say that students do not deserve this since the pandemic had already brought disruption in their studies. If the strikes occur, they will have to suffer again. Universities will offer additional student support services and replacement for anyone affected by this. Professor Mark Smith, the vice-chancellor of the University of Southampton said that the pandemic has made them more capable and given the freedom to deploy online resources wherever needed.

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