LATEST INFORMATION ON COVID-19

This page is intended to keep you informed about the measures taken by the school in light of the exceptional situation caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Last updated: 2nd april 2021

The coronavirus is actively circulating in France generally and particularly in the Ile-de-France region. In this context, the safety and well-being of all must remain our priority.

Educational Organisation

ESIEE Paris is adapting the organisation of its courses in accordance with government decisions.

Following the statements made by the President of the Republic on Wednesday 31st March 2021, and the information provided by the MESRI (Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation) on Thursday 1st April 2021, ESIEE Paris is adapting its organisation for the month of April in order to slow the spread of the COVID 19 pandemic.

The scheduled holiday period from 17th April to 2nd May will not be changed.

From 5 to 16 April, the rules regarding student attendance remain unchanged. Higher education institutions are allowed to have students attend in-person classes within the limit of 20% of the building's capacity. The current arrangements for the balance between face-to-face and distance learning correspond to this limit and are as follows:

  • E1: hybrid teaching with 2 days of face-to-face teaching and 3 days of distance teaching.
  • E2: hybrid teaching with 1 day of face-to-face teaching
  • E3 full time: hybrid teaching with 1 day of face-to-face teaching
  • E4 full-time: hybrid teaching with 1 day of face-to-face teaching
  • Apprentices: hybrid teaching according to the methods used for each course and year
  • E5: on placement

The “study area”, that was set up for students who require a quiet area with WIFI access, is still available upon request.

Examinations

The exams scheduled in April will be postponed, held remotely or cancelled as decided by the teachers. The TOEIC sessions scheduled in April will still be held. The E4 project dissertations will continue to be held remotely.

ESIEE Paris Mobilised

Since the start of the new school year, the organisation has been radically modified, for example by limiting mixing to prevent the spread of the virus. Sanitary measures have been implemented: cleaning of the premises, traffic management, monitoring the wearing of masks, compulsory hand disinfection, awareness of the need to use barrier gestures, follow-up of contact cases, etc. to guarantee the safety of all.
The gradual reopening of the school will be carried out with the same rigour.

All students were quickly informed of the process to follow in the event they develop symptoms. ESIEE Paris gave cloth masks to all the students. In addition, a weekly health bulletin is distributed to all of the school's staff and students.

Download the "TousAntiCovid" Application

Let's take part in the fight against the pandemic! In order to protect your health and that of your loved ones, adopt all of the barrier practices and download the "TousAntiCovid" application. Not respecting barrier gestures means putting yourself and your loved ones at risk.

https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus/tousanticovid

A Computer for Everyone:

In order to ensure the best possible conditions for remote teaching, ESIEE Paris has required all of its students to be equipped with a laptop since the start of the 2020 academic year.

This development will enable all students to connect to the teaching platform to follow their distance learning, to work wherever they wish to, but also to limit their movements and thus be able to more easily comply with the various measures that the public authorities are taking to ensure health safety.

For more detailed information, please visit the dedicated web page: www.esiee.fr/fr/espace-etudiants/equipements/ordinateurs-portables

⚠ Reminder of sanitary regulations

  • Wash your hands regularly or use a hydro-alcoholic hand sanitiser
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue
  • Blow your nose in a disposable tissue and then throw it away
  • Wear a mask when a distance of one metre is not possible and wherever it is required Maintain a distance of at least two metres from others
  • Keep social contact to a minimum (6 maximum)
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Ventilate rooms for 10 minutes three times a day
  • Do not shake hands, hug or kiss others when greeting each other
  • Use digital tools (TousAntiCovid)

Be extremely careful during lunch times.

Take care of yourself and stay connected!

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