100% online teaching at Rennes School of Business during the second lockdown
Following the measures announced by the French government on Wednesday 28 October 2020, Rennes School of Business puts new measures in place to ensure the educational continuity and safety of its students.
The return of 100% online teaching
From Friday 30 October, all classes at Rennes School of Business will be taught online for the duration of the 4-week lockdown announced by the president, Emmanuel Macron, on Wednesday evening. The campus will close this evening, the 29 October 2020 at 8:30 pm, and will remain closed to students for one month, in line with government regulations.
Rennes School of Business was the first French Management School to offer all its classes remotely from Monday 23 March 2020, and for the duration of the first lockdown. Over the last 8 months, the School has worked to constantly improve and finetune its capacity for online teaching in order to ensure high-quality, interactive classes.
The School will continue to hold online events, such as the Corporate Day, coming up on the 5 November 2020.
The School staff and faculty remain available remotely, and students are able to contact the Aloha square student centre for support and assistance during this complicated time. The Aloha team can be reached by students using the Aloha Cohort group on Microsoft Teams, or using the online formula below.