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01:22Back together on campus
Back together on campus

Participants have returned to IMD's campus in Lausanne with new safety measures in place.

Since Swiss authorities eased lockdown measures from June 8, we have been happy to see the buzz of our MBA students onsite at IMD again.

Safety measures 

Since the start of the pandemic, IMD has been vigilant in protecting the wellbeing of our community and containing the virus. Our five-pillar approach, based on the guidance of the Swiss authorities and the World Health Organization, has created a COVID-secure campus. It includes: hazard screening, personnel management, engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment.

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01:54Reopening of the IMD campus
By protecting yourself you protect others

We take pride in hosting you and providing a safe environment that enables you to focus your energy and attention on learning.

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01:34IMD liVe Virtual Learning

We have revolutionised our offerings to include an exciting new learning format. Discover IMD liVe, our new virtual learning experience.

According to the World Health Organization, the main symptoms of COVID-19 include a persistent cough, fever and difficulty in breathing. Any participant or staff member who has difficulty in breathing, a cough or a fever whilst on campus should report immediately to the infirmary at the Maersk McKinney Moller Center, where the individual will be isolated and the health authorities will be informed accordingly. 

Please contact your respective client sales team or program director to discuss your concerns and, if necessary, make alternative arrangements. If you do not have a personal contact please fill in the contact us form below. 

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