Resumption of face-to-face lectures on the MBS campus
Last update – 29/01/2021
For students on a continuous programme
Following recent government announcements, and taking into account students’ individual wishes regarding resumption of classes, students in the Bachelor (BL1, BL2, BL3C), Grande Ecole (PGE1, PGE2C, PGE3C) and Masters of Science programs, as well as first-year students in apprenticeship in the Grande Ecole Program are able to resume classes in face-to-face sessions.
Depending on their group, the first years will be able to return to the campus to take their courses from February 1st, and from February 8th for the other promotions.
All courses will be offered in a comodal format, allowing students in the classroom and those who are not in the classroom to follow their sessions simultaneously and interactively live on the LINC (Live INteractive Classroom) platform.
The return to the campus will be done for certain years and programs with a rotation to follow the courses every other week, in order to respect the 50% of the present students’ capacity for the occupation of the rooms, and the 20% of the total capacity of the campus.
The program teams stay in contact with the students to indicate their respective groups and to take into account their individual preference between distance and face-to-face teaching.
For students in apprenticeship
For students in apprenticeship, with the exception of the first years of the Grande Ecole Program, the resumption of face-to-face classes will be considered at a later stage. “We remain attentive to government decisions, and we will be ready to welcome these students back to the campus as soon as we can. “said Dr. Osama Ammar, MBS Director of Programs.