Quarantine support for students travelling from red list countries

August 20th, 2021

Following the university’s commitment to reimburse new students for their quarantine expenses, we are now able to confirm that we will be extending this support to returning students. 

We will be offering financial support for full-time students on undergraduate, postgraduate taught, postgraduate research and foundation courses who are required to quarantine as a result of travelling to England for their studies from a red list country. 

Financial support will be offered in the form of a reimbursement, which students must apply for by Friday 25 February 2022. 

To be eligible for the support, students must have travelled directly from their country of domicile where that country is on the UK government’s red list as of Monday 9 August and remains on the red list on their date of travel to England. 

More information can be found on the quarantine information pages – the Quarantine Reimbursement Application form is not yet available but will be added soon. 

Students are encouraged to read the relevant terms and conditions carefully before making an application. 

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