EHL Campus partial reopening
On 27 May 2020, the local authorities have confirmed the authorization for universities to open as the sanitary measures are gradually lifted in Switzerland.
The Lausanne Campus is therefore gradually reopening, following the below timeline:
- From 2 June 2020, staff will return to work on campus, respecting strict shifts and encouraging flexible home office solutions where possible.
- From 15 June 2020, Preparatory Year (AP1) and CREM students will return to campus in order to complete their workshops which, due to the practical nature of the classes, cannot be performed remotely. In order to complete the semester, the campus will remain open during the summer.
- Bachelor students will finish their semester via remote learning, including exams and Bachelor Faculty will continue to work from home as capacity on Campus will be limited.
The start of the September school year is announced as follows:
- Master in Global Hospitality Business: 7 September 2020
- Bachelor Lausanne: 14 September 2020
- Bachelor Passugg : 10/11 September 2020
- Introweek Preparatory Year: 22 September 2020
EHL has remained operational during the campus closing providing remote learning to its 3000+ students, as well as additional specific support to the EHL Community and the Hospitality Industry at large.
Coronavirus Resource Page, Free Online Course and Pro Bono Consulting
An online portal bringing together faculty analysis, access to pro bono advice from EHL Advisory Services experts, and a free online course.
In response to the many challenges and the long road ahead until hotels, restaurants and global tourism recover from the devastating effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, all EHL Group entities have come together and created a platform where hospitality professionals can draw from the knowledge pool to help curb the effects of lockdowns and strict confinement measures around the world.
The Group’s intent is to provide perspective, actionable business intelligence, as well as much needed hope to encourage the industry in these trying times.