S’pore students join 95,000 in lawsuit against UK universities over pandemic disruptions

About 95,000 students worldwide are suing at least 18 UK universities including big names like Oxford. PHOTO: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE – Singapore students enrolled in British universities during the Covid-19 pandemic have joined about 95,000 others in a legal suit that could see some of them getting tens of thousands of dollars in compensation for disruptions to teaching and access to facilities.

One of them, Mr Tang Lingxi, said the pandemic upended his classes and deprived him of fundamental parts of his education.

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