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Ready. Safe. Go.

We're back on campus


 

At IESE we’ve resumed in-person classroom instruction. We’ve adapted our facilities and trained our teams to continue offering you a transformative, innovative and, above all, safe educational experience. We’re ready. Are you?

 


What to do if there’s a COVID-19 case on campus

We’ve created a detailed action plan for possibleprobable and confirmed COVID-19 cases among our community. We’re ready to help facilitate the medical care needed for anyone with symptoms, to identify close contacts and to take the isolation measures necessary to avoid the spread of the virus on our campuses.

Consult our protocol

How have we prepared our campuses?

Installations and people prepared for this new phase

We’ve prepared our campus facilities and equipped our teams with the flexibility, tools and knowledge needed to face this new reality.

 

READY

Health and safety

We’ve designed comprehensive preventative health and hygiene protocols, with particular emphasis on controlled campus access and widespread testing, to minimize any risk of infection.

SAFE

Innovation and enthusiasm

We’ve returned to campus with renewed energy. Programs have adapted to the new situation with hybrid formats and the launch of brand new projects.

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Closer than ever

Closer than ever

The COVID-19 crisis has forced us all to keep a safe distance. But at IESE, we continue working to offer you the finest, and personalized, managerial training that will help you make a positive and lasting impact on society.

Over the next few months and until the pandemic subsides, we will continue to offer 100% of our programs online to participants from around the world who are unable to attend in-person classes.

We’ll also continue playing our part in understanding and overcoming the crisis with our open access resources and online learning  sessions with leading experts in their fields.

 

“Everything is in place to keep people safe on campus. What’s important is that everyone does their part. If each of us makes just that little extra effort to follow the guidelines – all of which are clear and quite simple – it will work out well for the entire IESE community. But we all have to do our part.

Franz Heukamp, Dean

We hope to see you very soon on our campuses!