‘I would hate it if I was a fresher’: UK students on life during Covid

Four young people talk about how their university education has been hit by coronavirus restrictions

With restrictions constantly changing because of rising infection rates and universities having to introduce measures to mitigate against the spread of coronavirus, students in the UK are having to come to terms with an unpredictable life under Covid-19.

Most students who got in touch with the Guardian via a callout expressed concern about the impact on their studies. Many said they were disappointed much of their learning had gone online, with many lectures, seminars and even tutorials being pre-recorded.

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