This is an evolving situation and we will continue to update on current UK Government guidelines. The latest information and advice from the UK Government on COVID-19 can be viewed here:

The health, wellbeing and safety of all students is a top priority for everyone. For further guidance and support where you are, please contact your individual university directly. Many universities and colleges will be transitioning to more online tuition, but staff will continue to support you in your own institution. We also understand that many students live in shared accommodation and this can be worrying. If you are living in student accommodation and are worried about your health or that of the people you live with, contact the staff member at your university with responsibility for student support. 

If you need help, information or advice – your university is there to help you.  Make sure you have the right contact details within your institution

See below for further sources of advice and support:

If you are feeling unwell, please see the NHS guidelines on what you should do here:   

Further support and advice

The Department for Education (DfE) has launched a helpline to answer your questions about COVID-19 and concerns regarding your education. You can contact the helpline by telephone and email:

福利微拍Phone: 0800 046 8687

Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk

福利微拍The helpline is open from 08.00 - 18.00, Monday – Friday

福利微拍Please see this joint statement from: 

You can also contact UKCISA's Student Advice Line on +442077889214 (13.00 - 16.00 UK time, Monday–Friday).

福利微拍You can get further updates from UKCISA on their website:  

IELTS and other language tests

IELTS testing has been suspended in some countries, as a result of the Coronavirus restrictions. IELTS colleagues are in contact with the National Education Examinations Authority (NEEA) of the Chinese Ministry of Education and are looking into a range of options to allow testing to resume as soon as possible in order to minimise disruption to both test takers and organisations relying on IELTS scores. They are also planning to hold additional test sessions as soon as permitted to resume testing, to ensure that they have capacity for those who need to take IELTS, as quickly as possible, for an admissions decision. Visit the for the latest updates on . Anyone who has been affected by the suspension of other language tests should contact their test provider with any enquiries.

 

Travel

For the latest UK travel advice, please visit  

Health

For the latest UK health advice, please visit  

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has produced guidance for those who have been advised to self-isolate:

Visa and admissions arrangements

The UK Government has released immigration guidance for everyone affected by Coronavirus travel restrictions. A Home Office Coronavirus immigration helpline and email address is available for all immigration enquires related to Coronavirus.  

Telephone 0800 678 1767, Monday – Friday,  09.00 – 17.00. 

Email: CIH@homeoffice.gov.uk 

福利微拍Please also seek advice from your individual institution regarding latest information on the impact of COVID-19 on visa arrangements. 

We will also be sharing updates on the Study UK official social media channels, you can follow us at @StudyUKBritish on Twitter.