Teaching and Learning 2021/22
Key information for new and continuing undergraduate and postgraduate taught students at the School of Divinity 2021/22.
The information below is specific to the School of Divinity, including all Divinity taught postgraduate programmes.
For students on joint programmes, or if you are planning to take courses in another School, please ensure you refer to the latest information in that School too.
Here in the School of Divinity, our plan is to deliver a mix of in-person and digital teaching for the academic year 2021-22, with the expectation that all students will be in Edinburgh.
We are looking forward to welcoming all our taught students, new and returning, in person in September. Our expectation is that all students will be resident in Edinburgh for the whole 2021-22 academic session. If social distancing requirements continue, room capacity limits will mean that some larger classes (particularly lectures at first/second-year undergraduate level) may need to be delivered online. However, we hope to deliver most of our teaching on campus, including all our first/second year UG tutorials, and the vast majority of our honours and postgraduate classes.
Please be assured that your safety and that of our staff remain paramount. We continue to monitor government guidance on Covid-19 prevention measures and we will adjust our 2021-22 teaching if necessary in response to any relevant changes.