Are my seminars and lectures cancelled?

All face-to-face teaching has been suspended and relevant undergraduate and postgraduate taught teaching is now being delivered via online platforms.


As a student, can I engage with my studies remotely?

All relevant undergraduate and postgraduate taught teaching is being delivered via online platforms from Monday 23 March. 

How can I contact my personal tutor?

Personal tutors will continue to be available in their advertised hours through electronic channels.

What will happen if I fail a module that is assessed in semester 2?

Students who fail module assessments taking place during semester 2 will be given an automatic resit opportunity and their mark will not be capped.  There is no need to fill in a special circumstances form if you think the current situation is impacting on your semester 2 work.

I’m supposed to be on placement next year – what do I do?

Book an appointment with the Careers Service through the on-line portal ABERcareers, noting whether you would prefer a Skype meeting or a telephone call.  Make sure you leave your appropriate contact details and careers staff will happily assist you.

Will I still be charged for overdue library books?

Books recalls have been suspended until further notice. At present you are unable to request a book that is on loan to someone else and you will not be asked to return your loans even if they have reached their maximum borrowing period.

You can check your library account from Primo or via ApAber.

How can I protect myself from Covid-19 Scams?

Fears of Covid-19 are being used by criminals and hackers to prey on members of the public.

University staff and students are urged to:

  • Remain vigilant towards emails and telephone calls.
  • Be aware of email scams that may attempt to trick individuals into opening attachments or opening web sites that may risk personal or University information, passwords, contacts, and bank details. These may include fake online resources about the virus, refunds, counterfeit goods, donations, and loans.

For more Information, please refer to the FAQ on “How can I spot if an email I have received is genuine or not?” at

How can I access Library resources now the Library is closed?

The Library’s extensive collections of electronic journals, databases and e-books remain available to you 24/7 on and off campus.  For more information on how to access Library resources remotely, visit:

Where can I find library resources for my studies?

To access subject specific library resources, visit: