Covid update for our community of postgraduate research students


November 16th, 2020

A message from Professor Dame Jessica Corner:

I would like to share an update bringing together a number of recent communications of interest to our community of postgraduate research students (PGRs).

While Covid-19 and national restrictions are having an impact on all our lives and across the whole University community, it is important to recognise that the pandemic has been a particularly troubling time for our PGRs.

Postgraduate research is rewarding, exciting and challenging, yet we fully appreciate that your experience has suffered, with studies disrupted, and worries that goals and plans for the future are uncertain.

We remain fully committed to supporting PGRs on your journey, listening to concerns and working tirelessly to deliver the very best possible outcomes to your research studies.

Please read my update for PGRs, which includes an announcement to research students on UKRI-funded PhD programmes, winter departure plans and Covid-19 testing, plus support for PGRs, including an introduction to your faculty champions.

Read more on the Research Exchange blog.

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