Most students across the globe believe that if universities will have to move activities online, it should be done the right way and in the good interest of the students.

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Most students across the globe believe that if universities will have to move activities online, it should be done the right way and in the good interest of the students.

Below is a student’s experience with university activities moving online and how it has affected the class;

Holly Leedham has just turned 18, and was looking forward to starting a new chapter of life at Liverpool University in the autumn, studying law with accounting. Now that has been thrown into doubt.

“I would be really disappointed as the experience of making friends wouldn’t be there. I think us having to pay full tuition fees and being at home isn’t fair either, and I’d hope that would be reduced somehow.”

But she said joining the university – even if it was online – would be better than deferring.

“I may as well be at uni while the world recovers from what I imagine to be a frightening recession.”

Ellie Yeomans, who had hoped to study Sports Management at Nottingham Trent University, is similarly pragmatic.

“I am assuming that the first term may be online and that would be gutting for everyone, but I think everyone just has to get on with it.”

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Universities’ move online ‘must be done the right way’

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