Undergraduate students: what plans do you have for freshers’ week?

With nightclubs closed and social distancing measures in place at hospitality venues – including pubs – across the UK, freshers’ week is likely to be a toned down affair for first-year university students in September.

Many universities have set their sights on virtual events such as remote freshers fairs and Zoom comedy nights as a way to welcome young people to campus life, while parties in halls are likely to be banned. But we want to know what plans are being made among this year’s cohort.

If you are set to begin an undergraduate course in the UK this Autumn, we would like to hear from you.

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Are you about to begin an undergraduate course at a UK university? Will you be living on campus, and if so, what are your plans for freshers’ week? Will you be attending virtual events put on by a student union? Or are you planning to seek out house parties as an alternative to raucous student foam parties and pub crawls?

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