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International students will have access to GEMHyflex for the start of the new school year

GEMHyflex for the start of the new school year
Published on
23 July 2021

In response to the constantly evolving pandemic situation in France, Grenoble Ecole de Management has decided to offer its international students the possibility to start their classes remotely with the help of the GEMHyflex solution.

This solution will only be available for students from countries outside of France, who are meeting difficulties arriving on campus for the beginning of September. For students residing in France, the new school year will start on campus.

GEMHyflex - A proven solution:

Grenoble Ecole de Management has invested 1,2 million euros in the GEMHyflex solution, which strives to provide the best possible experience for both in-class and remote participants. The solution has been launched on a broad level since February 8th, this year, as students could return to class under certain restrictions.

The feedback from this spring has been positive from both students and professors. The professors appreciated the possibility to interact with students and the training that GEM provided them. Students, on the other hand, have appreciated the versatility of the solution and the fact they can have the same experience whether they are in the classroom or remote.

Back-to-school on campus:

After a school year marked by the pandemic, Grenoble Ecole de Management is in full speed in preparing its back-to-school activities and the new school year, which will take place on campus.

The school is looking forward to seeing its students on campus again and hope that all of the international students can join as soon as possible, to be able to take part in the complete student experience at GEM.

Grenoble Ecole de Management will always be following the latest regulations of the French government. We advise international students to regularly consult the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs for advice on entry conditions into France (including vaccination before departure and which vaccines are approved). In doubt, the students should refer to the French consulate in their country of residence.

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