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Organisation of teaching by programme for 2021-2022 second semester

Unfortunately, as the year draws to a close, we remain in a pandemic environment that has lasted for 18 months, with its share of daily information, alerts and government instructions. The responses provided by our governmental institutions evolve according to the context and its characteristics, and we adapt ourselves responsibly to comply with these instructions.

On campus, in application of the instructions received from the supervisory authority, the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, we have taken the following measures for all institutions:

  • Favouring face-to-face teaching as much as possible
  • Obligation to wear a mask in all circumstances and at all times, particularly in the classroom
  • No festivities at all events: no catering, cocktails or snacks
  • Elimination of collective catering in the cafeteria, replaced by take-away food

We remain vigilant and will adapt the measures taken, as we have done for the past 18 months, according to the instructions received from the government authorities, which are in fact evolving ; the latest government announcements being valid for the time being until 7 January 2022.
Today, and for the next semester, our will is to continue to open the campus to the maximum of its uses, and with adapted capacities of reception, in the respect of the sanitary rules, of the evolutions of the measures and directives of the Government and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

We are informing you here of the organisation of the teaching by programme for the next semester.

Of course, students on a gap year or on academic mobility during the next semester are not concerned by these arrangement.

At the beginning of January, depending on health developments and instructions from the authorities, the rules in force may change.

Please contact the Aloha team for more information.

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