Information and advice

Last updated: Friday 09 October 2020

Our priority is to continue to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and visitors. To keep our community informed, this page and the Frequently Asked Questions below are updated regularly.

2020/21 academic year

Earlier this year, we announced our initial plans to begin the 2020/21 academic year for new and returning students, with all Hartpury University and Hartpury College students able to start or resume their studies in September 2020.

Hartpury University and Hartpury College are teaching students via a mixed-delivery model. This blended learning approach includes teaching students face-to-face as much as possible within Government guidelines, combined with online lessons and academic delivery.

Robust measures have been put in place across the campus, and staff and students are following the strict Hartpury CV19 guidelines, in-line with Government advice.

We are in constant communication with our students and staff to provide ongoing information, support and advice.

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on this page, for information and answers to many queries.

Hartpury College revised term dates

Hartpury University revised term dates

Latest updates

Wellbeing information and support

Please check the Frequently Asked Questions below for the answers to many common enquiries.

Life at Hartpury 2020/21

Hartpury University: Teaching and Learning 2020/21

Hartpury College: Teaching and Learning 2020/21

Keeping Hartpury safe together

Advice for current/returning Hartpury College students

Will I be taught online or face-to-face from September 2020? (Hartpury College)

Will there be a change to my accommodation, transport, or tuition charges? (Hartpury College)

What are the term dates?

I’m an Access to HE student. How will my assessments and studies be affected?

Will sporting activities and competitions still run in the current environment?

Advice for new Hartpury College students/offer holders/applicants

Will I be taught online or face-to-face from September 2020? (Hartpury College)

Will there be a change to my accommodation, transport, or tuition charges? (Hartpury College)

What are the term dates?

I’m due to attend an open day, offer holder day, interview or induction day – will this still go ahead?

Can I still apply to study at Hartpury for 2020?

Will sporting activities and competitions still run in the current environment?

I am due to attend / move to Hartpury, but my home area has local restrictions in place. What should I do?

Advice for current/returning Hartpury University students

As a returning University student, will I be taught online or face-to-face from September 2020?

If some elements of teaching are online, will I be charged the full published tuition fee?

What are the term dates?

Will sporting activities and competitions still run in the current environment?

As a returning student, could I complete the whole year online?

Advice for new Hartpury University Students/offer holders/applicants

Will I be taught online or face-to-face from September 2020? (new Hartpury University students)

If some elements of teaching are online, will I be charged the full Hartpury University tuition fee?

What are the term dates?

I’m due to attend an open day, offer holder day, interview or induction day – will this still go ahead?

Can I still apply to study at Hartpury for 2020?

Will sporting activities and competitions still run in the current environment?

I am due to attend / move to Hartpury, but my home area has local restrictions in place. What should I do?

Advice for overseas applicants/offer holders

Will I still be able to apply for a Tier 4 Visa to join Hartpury in September 2020? (overseas students)

IELTS tests are cancelled in my country – how can I meet the English Language requirements of my offer?

If I pay a tuition fee deposit and cannot travel to the UK, can I get a refund? (International/ overseas students)

If I pay an accommodation deposit and cannot travel can I get a refund? (International / overseas students)

I am an EU student and want to defer. Will I need a visa, and will I pay International fees?

STAFF SPECIFIC ADVICE

Information, advice and guidance for Hartpury members of staff can be found on the staff intranet

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