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Coronavirus: How are architecture schools planning to reopen?

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Architecture schools are gearing up to teach in a new way – when they eventually reopen their doors

It may nominally be the summer holidays but staff at architecture schools across the UK are busier than ever preparing for the start of a very different academic year in September.

With the UK still gripped by social distancing rules designed to control the spread of Covid-19, universities are in the midst of rejigging their plans for 2020-21.

Period4/08/2020

Architecture schools are gearing up to teach in a new way – when they eventually reopen their doors

It may nominally be the summer holidays but staff at architecture schools across the UK are busier than ever preparing for the start of a very different academic year in September.

With the UK still gripped by social distancing rules designed to control the spread of Covid-19, universities are in the midst of rejigging their plans for 2020-21.

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TitleCoronavirus: How are architecture schools planning to reopen?
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletArchitects Journal
Media typePrint
Duration/Length/Size1500 words
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date4/08/20
DescriptionIt may nominally be the summer holidays but staff at architecture schools across the UK are busier than ever preparing for the start of a very different academic year in September. With the UK still gripped by social distancing rules designed to control the spread of Covid-19, universities are in the midst of rejigging their plans for 2020-21.
Producer/AuthorGreg Pitcher
PersonsDes Fagan