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Kennsla og nám á haustönn 2020.


Hér fyrir neðan eru upplýsingar frá samstarfsskólum Lingó til þeirra nema, sem hyggjast hefja nám erlendis haustið 2020. Fjallað er um námsbyrjun, tilhögun skólastarfs og helstu atriði varðandi öryggismál. Flestir skólanna verða með “mixture of online and face to face teaching” sem þýðir staðkennslu og rafræna kennslu.

Leeds Arts University – Autumn Term Teaching Plans

Over the past few months, our teams have been busy preparing to reopen our doors in September for new and existing students. We plan to deliver our teaching through a ‘blended’ approach, meaning we will deliver a mixture of online and face to face teaching. Students will be taught practical work in smaller, safe groups, and this teaching will be supported by online sessions. We think this is the best way to ensure students receive an excellent standard of teaching, while also remaining safe. If you would like more information on our approach, please visit our website. Sjá nánar:

Glasgow School of Art

The health, safety and wellbeing of the GSA community is always important to us. Following the Scottish Government route map out of lockdown and the return to our campuses and buildings in Glasgow, staff across the GSA are working on specific actions to ensure a safe campus for everyone. This may mean physical changes to our buildings and how we access them – something that will become clearer as the Scottish Government Route Map out of lockdown moves through phases 2-4.Academic Year 2020/2021, alongside more practical measures including:
Implementing social distancing signage such as posters and floor markings.
Providing more hand sanitiser stations in all buildings in addition to the ones installed prior to lockdown.
An enhanced cleaning regime in all of our buildings in additional to intensive cleaning prior to re-occupation by staff and students.
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Modes of Delivery of 2020/21 Courses with the Possibility of Blended Attendance
To meet the needs of students in Phase 3 of the Coronavirus emergency, and ensure quality teaching in complete safety, NABA is among the first Italian Academies to announce the attendance modalities for the 1st semester of the next academic year 2020/21.
All new students enrolled will be able to choose between the blended attendance mode , or with the possibility of accessing a percentage of the lessons on campus in total safety, and the consolidated attendance mode remotely , thus guaranteeing the same possibilities in terms of accessibility and quality of teaching to face-to-face and distance students. For this second modality, students must make their choice by 15 September, by notifying it to the reference Orientation Offices. Sjá nánar;

EU Business School – Barcelona

Flexible Intakes | Full-Time or Part-Time | More Safety
This fall, you can continue to study our foundation and bachelor’s programs in the way that works best for you. We have two options: on campus and online. This will allow you to start studying on campus, or begin online and then come to campus when you can.
We offer three start dates on October 5, November 2 and November 30. However we strongly recommend you to join us in the first intake (October 5th) on campus.
Additionally, all our students have the opportunity to study full time or part time in the fall semester. Sjá nánar:

Arts University Bournemouth

Our campus and facilities will open again for the start of the 2020/21 Academic Year, and we can’t wait have you with us! In line with Government advice, our leadership team has been looking at how we can safely go back to on-campus teaching and learning with a stepped return for students, and we’re pleased to share our plans for re-opening with you.
To us, it’s essential that we are able to offer all of the important elements of the university experience, while continuing to adopt the most appropriate safety policies in order to ensure your safety during your time at AUB. Once we’re back, there’ll be a structured approach to campus-based teaching which maintains both your safety and the safety of the AUB community. Sjá nánar;

Istituto Europeo di Design – Ítalía

Today we are aware that in the face of change a positive reaction always brings innovation and therefore quality in our projects; we know that TAKING CARE of our people must have at its core the respect of all safety standards and that we must keep strong the sense of a huge local, national and international community so that everyone is guaranteed the same conditions, opportunities and rules.

Being quick to accept change with courage has allowed us to continue to guarantee the quality of our courses. This same ability – typical of every designer – to know how to react to changing situations, will allow us to start the academic year 2020/21 in blended teaching mode: activities in the classroom and laboratories, in full compliance with the rules and personal safety, integrated with DL, i.e. distance learning. Transferring part of the lectures online will free up spaces and workshops in favour of more face-to-face design work focused on quality: training objectives, quality of content, relationship with lecturers and classmates, presence of companies. None of this will be lost. Sjá nánar

Macromedia University – Þýzkaland

Macromedia University guarantees to start programs in October 2020.
We were able to continue all programs for spring term 2020 as planned by moving to virtual classrooms. After this successful experience for both our students and teaching staff, we can give a 100% guarantee that classes will start in October 2020 as well – in time and of course without compromising on quality.

Germany has been ranked the safest country in Europe in times of Corona

  • Data analysts from DKG in London ranked Germany as the safest country in Europe and the 2nd safest worldwide during this pandemic.
  • Germany has an excellent health care system with a capacity that even allowed us to help out our neighbouring countries.
  • Authorities are starting to gradually ease restrictions again.

Macromedia University’s promise: full flexibility, high teaching standards and safety

  • There will be no delay or interruption of the curriculum/ your study program
  • Your classes will be changed back to on-campus learning as soon as possible in accordance with the authorities’ recommendations.
  • If you are still unable to travel in fall due to travel restrictions, virtual classrooms will be guaranteed – no need to delay the start of your studies.
  • Once you are ready and able to come to Germany, you can change to on-campus learning.Safety first on campus; The level of your class sizes and contact time with teaching staff will be maintained. Sjá nánar;

University of the Arts London

A message from our Vice-Chancellor: We will be open and ready to welcome our new and returning students on campus at the start of the autumn term from Monday 19 October 2020. Read our Vice-Chancellor’s message to prospective students to find out more about what to expect from studying at UAL. Sjá nánar

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