We are pleased to confirm that Wycliffe Hall will be open and ready to welcome students to Oxford for the start of the next academic year in September 2020.
We will provide the most authentic Wycliffe Hall experience possible. The Hall's Tutors will deliver our excellent teaching programmes without any significant changes to the curriculum, all within whatever social distancing and government guidelines are valid at the time.
We aim to deliver as much of our teaching for 2020/21 in person as we can, but at this stage, we are expecting that our approach will involve a mixture of in-person and online tuition to deliver teaching safely. By September, we will be clearer on whether some tutorials, seminars and lectures can be provided face to face within social distancing guidelines or will need to be delivered online.
As normal, we will provide single residential accommodation on site for as many students as we can in the current circumstances and provide support to married students in looking for accommodation.
All our facilities such as the Chapel, Library and Common Rooms will be open for your use, according to the current guidelines. The kitchens will be open, and our in-house caterers will continue to provide meals most pragmatically and safely.
We will endeavour to provide the full Wycliffe experience at the University of Oxford, starting with Welcome Week from 4th October. The Student Committee is preparing a hybrid offering of face to face and virtual activities to welcome new students into our community.
All of us at Wycliffe Hall look forward to welcoming you!
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions:
Applications, contact Jo on firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation or the potential for international quarantine arrangements contact Robyn on email@example.com
General Enquiries, on firstname.lastname@example.org
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