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If you departing or transiting from Singapore, Philipines, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, and Cambodia, this applies to you, so carry on reading!
If you are departing from or transiting through any of the countries listed above, you will be required by the UK government to self-isolate for 14 days! 48 hours prior to your arrival in the UK, you will need to fill up the public health passenger locator form which must be presented on your arrival.
During the 14 days, you will need to stay in your accommodation and order in your groceries and food. Warwick accommodation will allow early arrivals from 09 September 2020 for self-isolation, but you will be required to pay for this service. Whilst the University of Warwick has said they will be providing more specific details on how students should self isolate at a later stage, they have still created a page filled with tips and tricks on the best way to survive this 14-day self-isolation, should you need to. Please refer to:
More details on self-isolation can be found at:
Listed below are a variety of very useful websites provided by the University which will hopefully answer any queries and worries you may have!
This is a page specifically created for international students, it will be updated should there be any changes in government guidance.
This is a page that will provide you will a lot of information regarding your travel options, both in terms of getting to the UK and getting to University.
This is a page that will be updated in September, informing you of the arrival instructions you should follow upon arrival at the University. This page also provides information for students who will be arriving before their accommodation contract starts.
This page contains a list of frequently asked questions by students regarding immigration and compliance, especially with regards to the travel difficulty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
This page provides guidance for both new and returning students on how they can stay safe whilst at University amidst this pandemic.
This page contains a list of frequently asked questions by students regarding the steps they should take if they have become sick whilst at University.
This is a checklist designed by Warwick University in order to help you prepare and feel ready for the start of your studies.