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Following french ministerial recommendations : PSB campus will be closed until further notice but PSB is moving to online learning.

Friday, November 27th

Dear students

The President of France has announced the pursuit of distance learning courses for Higher Education until the beginning of February 2021. This declaration is of course conditioned by a low level of spread of the Covid-19 virus on the French territory. Therefore, until this date, the Paris School of Business campus will remain closed to the public, apart for exceptions allowed by the regulations applicable.

All courses will continue remotely via the Blackboard Collaborate platform, using the links of your virtual classes that were sent to you by your Student Coordinators, at the beginning of the semester. Thus, we are keeping the same teaching methods until further notice.

We are currently studying a scheme that would consist in exploiting the latitude offered by the current lockdown regulations to relocate several activities on our campus as of January. A communication on this subject will be sent to you in mid-December.

In the meantime, I invite you to inform us, through your Student Coordinator, of any difficulties you may encounter in the pursuit of your studies.

I assure you, dear students, of the full commitment of your teachers and the administrative staff from Paris School of Business, more than ever dedicated to your success. Please receive the expression of my support and devoted greetings.

Philippe Jamet, Dean of Paris School of Business

Monday, November 2nd

Dear students,

The health crisis and its recent development in the world (Europe and outside Europe) make projections of international departures in the second half of the year hypothetical. To date, we have no visibility and we do not know whether French students will be authorized to enter international territories, or under what conditions (quarantine, etc.).

Our partners for most of them remain uncertain about the organization of courses in the second semester; The academic activity will probably take place online in the vast majority of countries/schools and for the majority of the semester. They no longer accept any new applications, so it is impossible to ask for a change of destination.

PSB strongly recommends to cancel all applications. We understand that this decision is very important for students who wanted an international experience, but your health is essential.

Please see below the alternatives offered:

PGE3

  • Option 1 : Courses from partner university on-line from France (or from abroad) + 2-month internship
  • Option 2 : Learning expedition from January 11th to 17th + 6-month internship in France or abroad
  • Option 3 : Courses from PSB on line or on site + 2-month internshi

MASTER 1

ALL M1 STUDENTS EXCEPT MIB: :

  • Option 1 : Courses from partner university on-line from France (or from abroad) + internship
  • Option 2 : Courses from your specialization PSB on line or on site + internship.

MIB STUDENTS : :

  • Option 1 : Courses from partner university on-line from France (or from abroad) + internship
  • Option 2 : Courses from PSB on line or on site (a specific academic plan is under construction with international faculty)

BBA 2 / BACHELOR 2

  • Option 1 : Courses from partner university on-line from France (or from abroad) + internship
  • Option 2 : Courses from PSB on line or on site + internship

YOU WILL FIND BELOW A LINK TO ACCESS A FILE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT SEMESTER AT THE PARTNER UNIVERSITIES. MANY PARTNERS DO NOT HAVE TAKEN DECISIONS YET, FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DECIDED THE COURSE DELIVERY IT MIGHT CHANGE DEPENDING ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE SITUATION

: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4yb75f627r5965u/AACQXSGNuqkfHHczsL14enaGa?dl=0

PSB International Office is available by email or phone to answer any question you may have.

Take care.

PSB International Office

Thursday, October 29th

Dear students,

The President of the French Republic yesterday announced a national lockdown starting this Friday October 30th at 0:00 a.m. and the closure of all higher education providers. As a result, Paris School of Business campus will be closed as of today October 29th at 7:30 p.m. until December 1st.

Your courses will be delivered by distance through Blackboard Collaborate platform via the links sent by your student coordinators. We will get back to you in detail regarding your curriculum within next week.

Please bear in mind that we are more than ever at your side for the pursuit and success of your studies in this exceptionnal circumstances.

Please believe, Dear students, in the commitment of the faculty and administration of your school and in the expression of my devoted greetings.

Philippe JAMET
CEO and Dean Member, National Academy of Technologies of France

In this particular context, I would like to inform you of the arrangements made by the admissions department of Paris School of Business.

At this key period of the academic year, and faced with this situation that concerns us all, we have a policy of continuing to support you.

Since Monday and following the protective measures taken by our government against the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), we have been doing everything to maintain our level of service.

Our teams are teleworking; your usual contacts are available and available to you by phone, email or videoconference during normal business hours. Do not hesitate to contact us.

Thursday, March 19th 2020

International Admission to all Paris School of Business’ programs:

All applications are processed on a rolling basis as usual. Individual interviews will still be done by distance managed by your admission coordinator. Feel free to contact your admission manager should you have any questions.

Let us remain mobilized, together, to overcome this difficult period.

Thursday, October 29th

Dear students,

The President of the French Republic yesterday announced a national lockdown starting this Friday October 30th at 0:00 a.m. and the closure of all higher education providers. As a result, Paris School of Business campus will be closed as of today October 29th at 7:30 p.m. until December 1st.

Your courses will be delivered by distance through Blackboard Collaborate platform via the links sent by your student coordinators. We will get back to you in detail regarding your curriculum within next week.

Please bear in mind that we are more than ever at your side for the pursuit and success of your studies in this exceptionnal circumstances.

Please believe, Dear students, in the commitment of the faculty and administration of your school and in the expression of my devoted greetings.

Philippe JAMET
CEO and Dean Member, National Academy of Technologies of France

Message du 29/10/2020

Dear colleagues,

The President of the Republic announced a national reconfinement as of Friday 30/10 0:00 am and the closure of establishments receiving the public. As a result, the Paris School of Business campus is closed as of today on 29/10/2020 7:30 pm and until 01/12/2020.  

All courses will continue remotely via the Blackboard Collaborate platform.

We invite you, as of today, to take the necessary steps to switch to teleworking tomorrow by contacting your department manager if necessary.

Know that we are more than ever at your side in these trying but necessary circumstances for the protection of everyone.  

Please believe, dear colleagues, in the commitment of your school teams and in the expression of my dedicated greetings.

Philippe Jamet.

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Chères et chers collègues,

Le président de la république a annoncé un reconfinement national à compter de vendredi 30/10 0h00 et la fermeture des établissements recevant du public. En conséquence le campus de Paris School of Business est fermé à compter de ce jour le 29/10/2020 19h30 et jusqu’au 01/12/2020.

L’ensemble des cours se poursuivra en distanciel via la plateforme Blackboard Collaborate.

Nous vous invitons, dès aujourd’hui à prendre les dispositions nécessaires afin de basculer en télétravail dès demain en prenant contact avec votre responsable de service si besoin.

Sachez que nous sommes plus que jamais à vos côtés dans ces circonstances éprouvantes mais rendues nécessaires pour la protection de chacun.  

Veuillez croire chères et chers collègues, en l'engagement des équipes de votre école et en l’expression de mes salutations dévouées.

Philippe Jamet.

Monday, November 2nd

Dear Partners

Please find below some news regarding Paris School of Business’ exchange and Study Abroad programs for Spring 21.

Paris School of Business has decided to welcome the international students for our Study Abroad and exchange program in Spring 21. However, due to the extraordinary situation regarding the COVID-19 in France and worldwide, there are some measures to respect and to take into account that we would like to share with you.

Until now, our courses in Paris School of Business have been either in a bi-modal mode (one week on-campus and one week online), either full online (depending on the course or on the program). We are hoping to continue with this alternate system for our Spring 21 semester, that is why we expect international students to be in Paris, in order to attend to their on-campus classes whenever they have to. Consequently, we won’t accept students that are not able to be physically in Paris for Spring 21 semester.

In addition, it is also necessary to let the students and partners know that the teaching mode can change at any moment, before and/or during the Spring 21 semester (for example: one program delivered in a bi-modal mode can move to full online). This depends on the evolution of the sanitary emergency in France and only the Board of Directors and the French government will be able take the decision about any change or modification.

If a decision of changing to full online for the rest of the semester is confirmed, it is up to the student to decide whether if they want to go back to their home country to continue and finish the semester that they already started while being in Paris, or if they prefer to stay in France. This decision regards only the student and not Paris School of Business in any of the cases. If the student decides to go back to their home country, they will have to take into account the time difference between their home country and France while they follow the online courses.

Therefore, we will send a document that students will have to sign, in order to be sure that they accept these new modalities and that they are aware that the teaching modes can change at any moment.

Even if these are extraordinary times for all of us, Paris School of Business is happy to continue with our international programs - with precaution and with all the required sanitary measurements that the French government imposes (mandatory mask on-campus, respect of a certain number of students in the classrooms, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes available, etc.). You fill find enclosed the email sent to our students. We are hoping that the international students that agree with these measures and decide to come, will have an optimal experience with us.

We also take this opportunity to thank you for our valued partnership, and we sincerely appreciate your patience as well as your cooperation as we worked on a plan for this next coming term.

Please know that we are here to answer any questions that you might have.

Best regards and stay safe,

PSB International Office

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