The COVID-19 situation continues to change and UK government advice continues to evolve. The information on these pages will be updated regularly. You should use this, and the emails sent to staff and students, as your main source of information about McArthur Morgan’s response to this situation.
Our Campus is open for exams only, at present. Face-to-face classroom teaching is not expected to resume until September 2021, however, we are monitoring the situation closely. We will continue to follow UK Government advice.
In view of the increasing cases of Covid-19 and the recent government advice to return to national lockdown, we are reducing and suspending our Classroom courses and increasing our support for remote study instead, via both On Demand and Live Online course options.
Some classroom courses will be available as planned from 19th September onwards. Our aim is to resume the delivery of face-to-face classroom teaching and to continue to offer and deliver online teaching, both On Demand and Live Online. If you join us at the London University of Law campus, you can be assured that you’ll have a great experience, with appropriate safety and social distancing measures in place. If you can’t join us immediately or if you are not local to the campus, we’ll continue to support your online AAT learning.