30 August 2022
Academic Year 2022-23
Rules and Recommendations for the Berlin Campus
ESCP Business School Berlin appeals to students, staff, and guests to continue to voluntarily wear an FFP2 mask on campus when several people come together, especially in enclosed spaces.
- Persons with respiratory symptoms (unless they have been cleared by a doctor, e.g. a cold) or fever are generally not allowed on university premises.
- Rooms must be ventilated regularly. Regular, individually arranged ventilation serves hygiene and promotes air quality, as the number of pathogens in the air can increase in closed rooms.
- Persons who have been in a virus-variant area in the last 10 days prior to their entry into the Federal Republic of Germany are still obliged to adhere to the existing strict registration, verification and quarantine regulations.
- Visitors, companies and service providers of the university are to be made aware of compliance with hygiene rules by the university administration or the office and building management.
22 August 2022
Covid-19 information for new starters in 2022
As we begin a new academic year at ESCP, we'd like to alert all new starters at the London Campus to the current Covid-19 protocol.
Our Dean, Prof. Kamran Razmdoost, has prepared this short video with the key points of our Health & Safety policy.
We have also updated our Covid-19 FAQ in full, which you can access here.
30 August 2022
COVID-19 measures in Spain
In Spain, masks must still be worn on all public transport, in hospitals, retirement homes, healthcare centres and chemists. Still we advise to get informed about the specific situation before your trip.
30 August 2022
COVID-19 measures in France
In France, it is no longer compulsory to wear a mask in establishments open to the public, nor in public transport.
However, the epidemic context requires everyone to take extra care for themselves and for others.
Wearing a mask is still recommended:
- in enclosed and crowded places and public transport (metro, train, bus, plane, etc.)
- in large gatherings, including outdoors, for people who are at risk because of their age or medical conditions
- in the presence of elderly, immunocompromised or chronically ill people
- for vulnerable people (elderly or immunocompromised...)
- in hospitals and for the elderly
- in case of symptoms and for up to 7 days, in the case of exposure, or when leaving isolation
4 November 2022
In Italy, it is no longer compulsory to wear masks in the workplace, schools and universities, clubs and shops, and public transport.
They are mandatory when visiting healthcare facilities such as hospitals.
Wearing a mask is recommended in crowded places.
- when entering Italy by ferry, train or coach,
- on public transport, including trains, buses, subways, boats, ferries and taxis,
- when visiting healthcare facilities such as hospitals.
Wearing a mask is still recommended in crowded places.
Click here for more details.
Entering in Italy
Since the 1st of June 2022, the Green Pass is no more required to enter Italy.
Check here to learn more.