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Solent University is delighted to confirm that the next academic year will look much more like their usual vibrant on-campus offer. They continue to do all they can to protect students' health and wellbeing and to ensure you have the best experience possible. They’ll regularly update their Ready For Anything page for more details about learning and teaching at Solent from September.