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Our campuses are ready for you


We’ve prepared our facilities and our teams for this new reality. Our campuses are ready for in-person classroom activity. And we are, too.



  • We’ve surveyed all campus spaces so as to limit capacity and guarantee social distancing, as required by government authorities. You’ll find posters clearly marking the recommended number of people permitted in each space (e.g. classrooms, work rooms, dining rooms and common areas).
  • We’ve closed certain areas, and marked paths (for coming and going) to minimize circulation inside buildings.
  • We’ve created an online platform to process campus access. A simple questionnaire and QR code will control access to campus for those who meet requirements.
  • We’ve installed temperature control cameras at the entrances to campus and parking garages to detect access by symptomatic people.

Disinfection of buildings, spaces and materials

At the end of each day, all rooms that have been in use are disinfected so as to be ready for the following day. Also, daytime disinfection includes:

  • All work rooms every time a meeting ends.
  • All classrooms every time a program ends and students exit/enter.
  • All office spaces used by shifts.
  • All bathrooms, four times per day.
  • Any other space in which there is a rotation of people.
  • IESE has portable disinfection kits for specific uses. Every night, mail parcels received during the day are disinfected so that they can be safely distributed the following day. The materials used in workshops are also disinfected by this method.
  • Equipment has been installed in classrooms to purify the indoor air using natural activators. The ActivPure cell also generates low-level ozone as a by-product of the reaction, providing protection against viruses and bacteria.
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers are located at the entrance to buildings and classrooms, meeting rooms and in shared spaces.

Hybrid methodologies

  • We’ve adapted our programs so that they can be completed online.
  • IESE faculty members have been trained in the best online teaching practices, and program coordinators have served as moderators and audiovisual producers to improve the experience of participants taking classes remotely.
  • All students and participants who are unable to return to the classroom for health reasons or because of travel restrictions can continue with online classes.

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