Student life -Rennes School of Business opens a Covid-19 vaccination centre in partnership with the Regional Health Agency

Rennes School of Business opens a Covid-19 vaccination centre in partnership with the Regional Health Agency

In partnership with the Regional Health Agency (ARS), Rennes School of Business will open a new vaccination centre on campus from 6 September to the 4 October 2021, in rotation with 3 other sites.

At the request of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the health authorities, and in close collaboration with the Brittany Regional Health Agency (ARS), Rennes School of Business will open a new Covid-19 vaccination centre for students from 6 September to 4 October 2021. The centre will rotate between 4 different sites in Rennes:

  • Rennes School of Business
  • Campus Beaulieu
  • Centre Liberté
  • Campus Villejean

The centre will be open in building 4 of the Rennes campus from 12 pm to 6 pm, Monday to Friday, and will have the capacity to vaccinate up to 500 people per day in a safe and organised environment with a dedicated and socially distanced waiting room.

A second dedicated space will be made available for students to wait under observation for the 15 minutes following the vaccination, in order to ensure that they do not suffer any adverse effects.

How can I reserve?

Appointments can be made using the Doctolib platform (only available in French) from Monday to Friday, between 12 noon and 5.30 pm using the following link:

https://bit.ly/VaccinRennesSB

It will also be possible, depending on vaccine availability, to come to the centre without an appointment from 5 – 6 pm every day.

International students are able to get vaccinated as long as they meet the mandatory health eligibility criteria and complete a free consultation with one of the doctors who will be present at the vaccination centre.

All international students who are enrolled in French business schools must sign up to the French Social Security system (CPAM), allowing them to be partially reimbursed for all medical expenses in France. All adults over the age of 18 who are eligible for Social Security and who reside in France can make an appointment to be vaccinated.

The Aloha team is available to help and support both students and parents. For any specific questions, contact the team using this online form.