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COVID-19 information for Applied Linguistics undergraduates

Information that is specific to the Applied Linguistics undergraduate learning community will be posted on this site. Please continue to refer to Coronavirus advice at Warwick for information and resources that are relevant beyond Applied Linguistics undergraduate programmes. The university is currently emailing a newsletter to all students every Wednesday, and you can also request to receive a notification anytime there is a change to the main student FAQ.

Wellbeing Support Services has also developed resources to support you through these events. And if you are studying on a Tier 4 visa, you should consult guidance on immigration and compliance.

Within Applied Linguistics, follow the normal channels of communicaton that you have always followed. If you have:

  • Questions about a module, contact the lecturer.
  • Pastoral concerns, contact your personal tutor.
  • Questions that are relevant to your year group, please contact your SSLC.

We will also maintain pages for information that is relevant only to specific cohorts. These will be linked as we build them out.


Frequently asked questions

When are formatives and summatives due?

All submission dates have been updated in Tabula and the Alternative Exams Portal. Dates in Tabula replace any deadlines posted in module descriptions or course handbooks. Deadlines have been adjusted to reflect a Warwick-wide two-week adjustment to all assessments that were originally due between 27 March and the beginning of Term 3. Applied Linguistics also elected to adjust many modules by up to three additional weeks on top of the centrally mandated adjustment to provide extra space to students to work.

What should I do if I don't have access to the internet or to a computer?

Contact the undergraduate administrators if you are concerned about your access to technology necessary to participate in distance learning and assessment.

How should I approach online learning?

We offer guidelines on good practices for learning online, as well as some key terminology.

How do I join a module meeting in Teams?

Follow this guide to join scheduled meetings in Teams. Follow this guide for synchronous teaching that will take place in Teams.

How do I initiate a meeting with my lecturer or tutor in Teams?

Follow this guide to initiate a Teams meeting. These will be your usual steps for meeting with your tutor or lecturer during online feedback and advice hours.

Will Term 1 of Academic Year 20/21 be in-person or online?

Warwick intends to be open to the world for Term 1, as allowed by national and local policy. All plans will be announced through the university's newsletters to students.