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More than 3, students petition against keeping lecture halls vacant with no reduction in tuition fees.
The University of Manchester is facing a mounting backlash from students after becoming the first to unveil plans to keep its lectures permanently online with no reduction in tuition fees. More than 3, students have ed a petition condemning the redbrick university for its plan to offer only seminars in person — with lecture halls to be left vacant even after the pandemic.
Prof April McMahon, vice-president for teaching, learning and students, also ruled out offering a tuition fee discount. Other universities are said to be planning similar approaches after the pandemic, although Manchester, one of the largest universities in the UK, is understood to be the first to make a formal announcement. The move follows a fractious year for relations between the University of Manchester and its student body. This later resulted in large-scale rent strikes and a vote of no confidence in the vice-chancellor, Nancy Rothwell.
We have been speaking to students for some time about ways to increase flexibility and choice and we will continue to do so to help shape this activity to their needs and the needs of each discipline. Education Schools Teachers Universities Students. University of Manchester.
This article is more than 2 months old. More than 3, students petition against keeping lecture halls vacant with no reduction in tuition fees Coronavirus — latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage. Rachel Hall Education correspondent.
Mon 5 Jul UK students want tuition fees refunded as they face third year online. Reuse this content.Fuck in my Manchester
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