Travel to campus and COVID-19
All of mainland Scotland is under level 4 restrictions. Staff and students should continue to follow the latest public health and University guidance.
- This semester can be completed online from home.
- Students who have not yet returned to term-time accommodation should remain in their current household until Government restrictions are eased
- Those in the shielding category should not come to campus at all.
- Those who are clinically vulnerable (though not on the shielding list) must complete a risk assessment before travelling to campus. Contact your dean/director to make these arrangements.
- Students whose international travel arrangements cannot be changed/delayed are permitted to return.
- If, for essential purposes, you must return to campus accommodation, (for example your home location is unsuitable for study or you need to access health and wellbeing support), you must notify us before you travel by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can understand your circumstances and provide support.
- You must have a negative test 72-hours before departure. Find out more about the types of test permitted and test providers.
- All international arrivals must quarantine (self-isolate) for 10 days, regardless of proof of a negative pre-departure test.
You can find more information about the University's response to the restrictions on our regularly-updated Coronavirus page.
The Scottish Government website provides up-to-date guidance on the process for people entering the UK, including steps you should take before you travel and access to forms you will need to fill out.
Please also make sure that you keep up-to-date with local travel restrictions in your own country that may