Updated on 30/10/2020
100% PEDAGOGICAL CONTINUITY IN OUR SCHOOLS
In accordance with the Government’s announcement of 29. October, CESI Graduate School of Engineering will continue the distant learning courses until further notice.
The pedagogical continuity put in place aims to maintain a link between the CESI campuses, the teaching staff and the students and to ensure the ongoing learning in the best possible conditions. The exchanges between students and teachers will be made possible by using all the existing services and means of communication.
Practical work and assessments can be held on-site on campus, in accordance with a reinforced health protocol.
In this respect, for the School of Engineering, a new examination calendar is being prepared and will be communicated to you as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please contact the CESI campus near you.
Updated on 29/10/2020
INFORMATION OF 29 OCTOBER 2020
In accordance with government measures, our 25 campuses will be closed to the public on Friday, 20. October.
In the meantime, all our teams remain committed to providing pedagogical continuity during this period.
Each student will receive live information on how to access his or her courses remotely.
Be assured of the total commitment of our teams during this period. If you have any questions, please contact the CESI campus near you.
Update of 7. October 2020
MINISTERIAL CIRCULAR OF 5 OCTOBER
Recent developments in Covid-19 are leading to a reduction in the accommodation capacities of higher education institutions.
The ministerial circular issued on 5. October 2020 requires, as of Tuesday 6. October 2020, to reduce by half the accommodation capacity (teaching spaces, catering space, and library) in establishments located in higher-alert and high-alert zones. CESI strictly applies these new directives in all campuses in the areas concerned.
Updated on 1. September 2020
CAMPUS RE-OPENING AS OF 1. SEPTEMBER 2020
In accordance with the specific regulations put in place by the government, the CESI campuses reopen and welcome the public without compulsory physical distance (except for local obligations):
- Wearing a mask is mandatory for everyone: CESI employees, students, trainees, lecturers, etc.
- No compulsory physical distancing (except for local requirements).
- Respect of barrier gestures.
As regards the opening of cafeterias and restaurants, the regulations are adapted according to each campus.
If you have any queries, please contact the CESI campus in your area.
Updated on 17/03/2020
CLOSURE OF THE CESI CAMPUSES AND 100% PEDAGOGICAL CONTINUITY PROVIDED IN OUR 3 SCHOOLS: CESI GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, CESI GRADUATE WORK-STUDY SCHOOL AND CESI MANAGEMENT TRAINING SCHOOL
As of Tuesday 17 March 2020, in accordance with the Government’s instructions, our 25 campuses are now closed to the public until further notice.
Pending a new opening, all our teams are fully dedicated to guarantee pedagogical continuity during this period.
Since Monday 16 March, each learner was allowed to continue his or her distance learning.
If you have any queries, please contact the CESI campus in your area: https://www.cesi.fr/campus/.
Updated on 13/03/2020
CANCELLATION OF FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES FROM MONDAY 16 MARCH
We are pleased to introduce you to the global system set up by CESI in reply to the Covid-19 epidemic.
CESI’s management is closely following the evolution of this pandemic, in connection with the health and governmental authorities, and has set up a monitoring and decision-making unit to define the measures to be taken in all of our 25 campuses in France.
As of Monday 16 March, face-to-face classes will be cancelled until further notice.