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Something like this had already been done by the University of Manchester in the last few hours. But the latter has provided “tele-lessons” only for the first half of 2020-2021, at least for the moment. Cambridge, however, has officially already decided to give up the traditional courses of the entire next academic year. Shocking news for many students.It is clear that many of them will now seriously re-evaluate their membership in the glorious Cambridge. This is because so far the university has not mentioned how the salty annual fees will change (up to £ 9,000 a year). If things and costs should remain like this, it is clear that many young people will give up paying similar amounts if, in return, they will receive only video lessons, remotely and depersonalizing. According to Daily Mail total losses, largely due to canceled registrations, could amount to up to £ 763 million, or approximately € 850 million.
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And then, you ask, the Guardian, what will become of the loves that are born on campus and the famous university parties, many of which also alcoholic? Next year in Cambridge all this will not be possible. So Covid 19 has decided, once again.