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International students living on campus at Warwick will be provided early accommodation if they have to self-isolate

Students travelling to the University of Warwick from countries outside the common travel area will be able to access their on campus accommodation early in order to self isolate. 

Warwick Accommodation will be providing students who need to self-isolate for 14 days with their on-campus accommodation from 9 September 2020.

The early access accommodation only applies for students who have been allocated accommodation on-campus for the 2020/2021 academic year and will be arriving from a country excluded from the UK government’s travel corridor list.

Campus accommodation contracts for those who do not need to self-isolate begin on 26 and 27 September.

The Warwick Accommodation website says: “Once you’re on campus, we’ll provide support during your self-isolation to ensure you have access to key services during that time.

“You will not need to pay accommodation fees for this time period.”

Students who need to self-isolate must request an early arrival on the Warwick Accommodation website.

Warwick Accommodation “will be providing detailed information on how students will need to self-isolate at a later date, but it will be largely in line with government advice“.

They continued: “The University will support you to make arrangements for food and essential medication.

“There will be a programme of online social events offered for international students who are required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival to the UK, which will run from 9 September through to 4 October 2020.”


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