Guidance on the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Please see our January 2021 return update.
From Tuesday 5 January, mainland Scotland moved to a temporary lockdown. Find out what you can and cannot do on the Scottish Government website and see local information on the Perth and Kinross Council website.
Further and Higher Education Minister, Richard Locchead, has reassured college and university students regarding their learning following the First Minister’s announcement on plans for exiting lockdown. Watch the video, and more information and support is available here.
We are committed to ensuring the safety of our students, staff and communities, whilst providing quality learning opportunities and support services. Studying from home remains the primary option where possible and the health, safety and wellbeing of staff, students, pupils, visitors, contractors and the wider community is of paramount importance to us at all times.
For updates, staff and students are requested to monitor their email accounts, and check this web page, Facebook and Twitter. The Scottish Government have created a student information website. University-wide information can be found on the university's coronavirus page
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See our student online learning support
Student Funding: you can find up-to-date information on EMA, Bursary, Discretionary/Hardship Funds, SAAS, SLC on the university's student funding advice page. The Scottish Government's guide to student finance can be found on the Scottish Government Website. If you need to make contact with our Student Funding Team for further advice and guidance you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For fee enquiries, contact email@example.com for advice.
University-wide Bursaries: Information on the Higher Education Discretionary Fund and the Emergency Study Fund, can be found here.
Official sources of guidance
Our priority is to provide a safe learning environment for all our students and staff, but also to help protect our communities. Using the free ProtectScotland app, and following FACTS*, can protect you, and Scotland against Coronavirus.
*FACTS’ is an acronym for:
- Face coverings in enclosed spaces
- Avoid crowded places
- Clean your hands & surfaces regularly
- Two-metre social distancing
- Self-isolate & book a test if you develop Coronavirus symptoms
For information and practical advice on how you can help in your community, please see readyscotland.org