Nevertheless, the school's management has chosen to allow a number of activities to take place on our campuses (On-campus presence is authorised only in the slots concerned by the activity in question) :
The associative management course,
- The associative management course,
- Practical work, in particular at Marseille Design school and Bordeaux Wine school,
- Serious games simulation workshops, simulations of real-life situations for certain specialised training courses,
- The Pro-Act for the business engineering and Bachelor's programmes in Toulon,
- The activities of our incubators,
- Certain continuing education programmes that require on-site pick-up.
We also continue to provide access to campuses and resource rooms for students who encounter connection problems, or who have an unsuitable or isolated work environment to follow their online courses. These students must make an appointment with the Student Office on their campus in order to organise their visit to the site.
In order not to cut off contact, we maintain all of the arrangements in place to support students: links with professors, availability of programmes and teaching coordinators, student office, links with internship and apprenticeship tutors, etc.
From the beginning of February (subject to government announcements), face-to-face teaching on our campuses is the basic principle. However, students who are not able to go to the campuses will have the possibility to follow the courses in Comodal (classroom courses broadcast on our platforms).
We remain as flexible and agile as possible to adapt to changing circumstances.
Our desire remains to be able to re-open our campuses in normal operation as soon as possible. And we are ready to welcome our students as soon as the health situation allows, in compliance with the health standards laid down by the government, the ARS (Regional Health Agency) and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI).