Vice-Chancellor reiterates ongoing support for students affected by Covid-19

One year on from the first national lockdown, Vice-Chancellor, Sir Chris Husbands, has reiterated the University’s ongoing support for students affected by the pandemic.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Chris Husbands

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