Students will be able to attend in-person lectures, tutorials and other learning opportunities, as well as organise face-to-face meetings with their lecturers during office hours. They will also have the option of engaging online and will often be able to choose which one they do on a day to day basis. This flexibility is welcomed by many students.
However, as part of the COVID-19 response, the government requires universities to be able to transition to a higher alert level within 24 hours. For this reason, our courses need to be able to fully delivered online—and we know that some of our students need to continue to study remotely for a range of reasons. Almost all courses can be done fully online in Trimester 2 for those students who require that option.
The University is committed to providing high quality teaching and to giving all students as many options as possible to continue with their studies despite the continuing uncertainties due to COVID-19.