Teaching at Oxford in 2021-22

Oxford encourages a flexible and inclusive approach to teaching. This approach reflects the high-quality, personalised education that is our hallmark.

What does teaching look like this academic year?

Education Steering Group has published the University’s Expectations of Teaching and Assessment in Hilary term 2022, on behalf of Education Committee. 

The University moved to Level 2 of the University’s Business Continuity Planning on 15 December 2021. 

However, the situation is evolving rapidly, and this may be subject to change in the new year. Contingency plans are in place for a range of scenarios and we are committed to maintaining the highest standards of education regardless of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Find out more

Find out about teaching support and guidance available to you in Hilary term 2022, and what flexible and inclusive teaching and learning might look like for you and your students. You can also follow the links below for more guidance and resources from the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

If further government or local restrictions related to the pandemic are reintroduced, contingency plans will be required.

You can find up-to-date information on the University’s COVID-19 website, and on the Academic Support website

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