The University of Cambridge is the first university to announce that lectures will all be held virtually for the next academic year.
Cambridge cancels face-to-face lectures until summer 2021
STEPANAKERT, MAY 20, ARTSAKHPRESS: Students starting at the University in the next academic year will likely not have any face-to-face lectures until their second year, according to Cambridge-news.co.uk.
The institution has said it is "likely" that social distancing will continue to be a requirement. They went on to say that lectures will continue virtually until Summer 2021, while it may be possible for smaller teaching groups to take place in person if it "conforms to social-distancing requirements."
All teaching at the university was moved online in March, with exams being carried out virtually.
People have been taking to social media to share their reactions and thoughts on the idea of another year of virtual lectures and exams - with many debating whether it's the right idea or not.