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What are the teaching arrangements for this academic year?
We are taking a flexible and blended approach to teaching throughout 2020-21 to ensure that you can fully engage with your studies, while also protecting the health of the entire King's community. Our programmes have been designed to offer the same high-quality education and support online as you could expect from face-to-face teaching.

Can I study remotely on any programme?
For some programmes with practical elements, we are not able to offer a fully online experience and in person attendance is required. These courses are listed in separate articles:
Important to know: some courses which allow remote study in Semester 1 require face-to-face attendance in Semester 2 (and Semester 3 where applicable). This may be because certain face-to-face activities had to be deferred from Semester 1, or there are additional clinical or practical elements required.

What if I need to study remotely but my course is not eligible?
If you are studying on a programme where remote study is not an option and you have health conditions or other risk factors and you are concerned about studying on campus, please read our article Coronavirus & individual student risk assessments.
If you are based overseas and your arrival in London is delayed by travel restrictions or visa issues, please contact your department to discuss potential programme options and arrangements. You can find further support for visa issues in our Immigration & visa advice section.
What happens if I have been advised to self-isolate or have had a positive coronavirus test result?
In these cases we need you to complete the self isolation form; your faculty will work with timetabling to ensure appropriate provision. If you are unwell and not able to attend any scheduled teaching activities, whether online or in-person, you should advise your department following normal procedures for sickness absence.

I’m an international student studying remotely
 You can find further information how this might impact your immigration status in our articles:
Important to know: If you need help submitting your visa application please contact Advice & Guidance.
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