IntoUniversity’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic

From Monday 7th September 2020, IntoUniversity centres will reopen to students in order to coincide with the reopening of schools.

We’re delighted to have taken these first steps in resuming our normal services and, while this autumn term remains impossible to predict entirely, we are optimistic that we will be able to work together to support our young people to reach the bright futures they so deserve. Our staff have been working hard to support students throughout lockdown and now they are committed to helping our students catch up with any work they may have missed through our Learning Recovery programme.

To make sure we fully comply with government guidelines, each IntoUniversity site has completed a Site Risk Assessment to prepare for the safe return of students and staff so restrictions, including social distancing and temperature screening, are in place. We will, of course, continue to keep abreast of any developments in government guidelines and of any developments in specific local areas. 

Please do not arrive at centres without contacting the staff there first; you can find all of our centres’ contact details here.


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For our joint statement with the Fair Access Coalition and the Fair Education Alliance regarding the allocation of A-level grades, please visit our latest news page.