What information will I need to give at the UK border?
To keep the number of transmissions in the UK as low as possible, and to protect UK residents and international students in the UK, the Government has introduced a series of measures and restrictions at the UK border. First, alongside increased information about the UK’s social distancing regime at the border all international arrivals are now required to supply their contact and accommodation information and self-isolate in their accommodation for fourteen days on arrival into the UK.
Second, the UK Government will require all international arrivals not on a short list of exemptions to self-isolate in their accommodation for fourteen days on arrival into the UK. If international travellers are unable to demonstrate where they would self-isolate, they will be required to do so in accommodation arranged by the Government at their own expense. The UK Government is working closely with governments in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to coordinate implementation across the UK.
These international travel measures came into force on the 8 June 2020, but international students should not worry. UK Government will work with universities to ensure they are welcomed to the UK and are supported on arrival.
Source: UK Government
Correct as at 29.6.2020