What you need to know
Testing at the start of each program, supplemented with additional tests during the program ensures a rich pedagogical environment in which we all feel safe and comfortable. We recommend our staff, faculty and participants to be vaccinated or recovered before coming on campus.
Remember to check your travel insurance to ensure you are covered for COVID
Before traveling internationally to Lausanne we kindly ask you to ensure that your health and travel insurance covers any COVID-related incidents that could occur during your stay abroad. Health insurance can help with costs if you contract COVID while traveling, and travel insurance will offer financial reimbursement of non-refundable expenses due to COVID such as hotel costs in case of quarantine.
We strongly encourage our entire community to get vaccinated against COVID-19. With over 9.5 billion doses administered globally so far, the evidence is overwhelming and clear that vaccination is very safe and greatly reduces the chances and severity of infection.
We've rearranged our campus and classrooms
We are maintaining enhanced spacing in our auditoriums for your comfort.
At IMD, we pay special consideration to ventilation in our classrooms. We are recycling air at maximum capacity.
Your health matters to us
The health and safety of our participants is paramount to us. While we do everything we can to ensure the health and wellbeing of our community, we encourage you to follow three simple measures to keep your learning environment safe.
Please continue to test yourself each day before entering our campus. Self-tests are available at the reception desk.
Masks can be worn in indoor areas whenever social distancing cannot be assured. Masks are readily available on campus.
We strongly recommend that all participants should be up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations.
Your health and safety
If you suspect you have COVID-19 symptoms while on campus
According to the World Health Organization, the main symptoms of COVID-19 include a persistent cough, fever and difficulty in breathing.
Any participant or staff member who has difficulty in breathing, a cough or a fever whilst on campus should report immediately to the infirmary at the Maersk McKinney Moller Center, where the individual will be isolated and the health authorities will be informed accordingly.
You will be required to self-isolate. Participation in our programs can, in the majority of cases, be adapted to enable you to continue your learning journey with technology-mediated attendance.
The restrictions imposed by the COVID pandemic are constantly changing and we understand that this may affect your learning journey with us. Should you need to cancel or postpone your participation in one of our face-to-face programs, we encourage you to get in touch with your Program Advisor as soon as possible so we can help you find the best alternative.
Please contact your respective client sales team or program director to discuss your concerns and, if necessary, make alternative arrangements.
If you do not have a personal contact, please fill in the contact form below.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.