Distance learning by the end of the semester
The decision of the administration was supported by the majority of students
This decision was made taking into account the analysis of the epidemiological situation, as well as taking into account the views of students and teachers. Currently, the percentage of vaccinated students is insufficient to safely conduct classes in classrooms. Instead, they plan to start the spring semester in person - said the first vice-rector of KPI Yuriy Yakymenko:
"We have decided to stay in distance learning until the end of this semester, but instead focus on preparing for the transition to full-time study from the beginning of the spring semester."
The extension of distance learning was also supported by students. On the eve of this decision, the student council conducted a rapid survey, according to which from 77% to 86% of students, depending on the courses and faculties, were in favor of remote mode by the end of the semester.