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It is deadline day for anyone to decide whether the acceptance of your University offers.
in The Middle of a pandemic means that these decisions are more complicated than usual.
"Covid-19 has changed my expectations of what will be on the University. It is non-life market, or night, The Social aspect seems to be almost non-existent.
But the coronavirus outbreak meant business, Some of the media, to recruit as many others who have stopped.
"The lack of employment opportunities has pushed me in the study in the autumn," she says news beat.
"the pandemic has changed my whole Future . "
Abigail feels the "freedom of adulthood", they would have been taken at the University.
"I'm afraid I'll be stuck At Home in my first term to do lectures online.
"I was really Looking Forward to joining societies and clubs such as ice hockey, but as a Zoom can call, you give to know this?"
Molly scales, from Glasgow, has decided to reject all your offers and also thinks that The Experience will be diminished, because of the pandemic.
"personally, I think" face-to-face learning much more useful than online classes," she says.
But, she continues: "Pushed on me is also very anxious, especially as a University, admitted that the competition for places fierce in the next Year . "
"In contrast, 2021 is to postpone an incredibly competitive want to be able to time to the University, so applicants should think carefully before you do this. "
"I try to keep in mind that, although The First term or so to be disturbed, we are still the second and Third Year to Make Up for the Lost Time . Many of the uni students, Said I have spoken, it is better, in the later years, anyway, since it actually says friends", you news beat.
Some students have complained about a lack of clarity from universities about issues such as accommodation work.
But Catherine, from Essex, says that she feels relatively well supported.
"I can create E-Mails with positive encouragement that the University experience is as normal as you, and that you want to start lectures as soon as you can, but you are limited by the government policies.
"we were told that face-to-face teaching should still go ahead, only in a more socially distant the form.
"I don't know what happened overnight, but I Am completely in empathy with the University, that it's hard to know what is the appropriate action, and it all depends on whether there is a second wave. "Night classes
It is not easy, the people are about to go to University in the UK to make the difficult decisions.
But because of the pandemic, the Australian border closed to international students.
Isobel was offered a chance to do, to classes online from the United Kingdom, but has Rejected them.
"Covid-19 decimate the University experience. "
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