Guidance, advice and support for students self-isolating in University managed accommodation.
You will need to self-isolate if:
You have travelled to Scotland from a country which is not exempt from quarantine requirements
You have symptoms of Covid-19;
You have been contacted by the NHS Test and Protect team and identified as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for Covid-19 symptoms
- A member of your household has tested positive for Covid-19 or is displaying symptoms. The way we have defined “Households” is in line with government guidance, which defined households in student accommodation around shared facilities such as bathrooms, kitchens and pantries.
If you are self-isolating because someone in your household has tested positive - even if you have not met them or had recent contact with them - you may have still come into contact with the virus from shared facilities.
Please read the Scottish Government guidelines for further information on who needs to self-isolate:
Tell us you are self-isolating
If you’re self-isolating, you will need to let the University know by completing our self-isolation contact form. We can then ensure you receive all available support to help you during this period.
Covid-19 symptoms and testing
Self-isolating after travelling from overseas
Hygiene, supplies and medicine
Support during self-isolation
Returning home to self-isolate
Academic and study support
Complaints regarding Student Accommodation
Please address complaints to the Accommodation team initially as they are best placed to resolve matters quickly and directly.
Alternatively you can email the University’s complaints team: email@example.com