Sandra Pointet/Geneva Academy
For the upcoming academic year (2021–2022) we plan to start classes in person, being ready to adapt the teaching modalities throughout the academic year according to the evolution of the health situation.
We are closely monitoring the health situation, following the recommendations of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) and of the State of Geneva, in coordination with and implementing the measures decided by our parent institutions – the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
For this academic year, we are offering hybrid teaching for all our classes to ensure that our students who are sick or in quarantine can follow courses remotely. We are also ready, if the health situation requires, to move to a fully online teaching format for our three master's programmes.
We've put in place the necessary IT facilities and support to ensure the smooth running of all our classes in hybrid or online teaching modes if these are required by the evolution of the health situation.
We are adapting rapidly to the situation related to the COVID–19 pandemic and are in a position to ensure continued high quality and interactive teaching for our three master’s programmes.
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