Information for the EADA Community – 9th June 2020
Updated: 25 of June of 2020 at 8:30 GMT +2
Following 16 weeks of lockdown throughout the country, EADA Business School has resumed its on-site academic activities at its main campus in Barcelona (Aragón, 204) and its residential campus in Collbató.
The State of Emergency was passed by the Spanish government on 14th March and later approved by the Congress of Deputies in order to tackle the COVID-19 health crisis. The State of Emergency ended on June 21rst.
As of this week, Barcelona and its surrounding metropolitan area have entered into Phase II of the de-escalation plan , which has allowed some normality to return and for on-site academic activities to resume at EADA.
EADA Business School has activated its safe reopening plan on all of its campuses which includes measures and precautions, signage, recommendations, instructions, extra security measures, disinfection and hygiene which form part of the anti-Covid 19 plan to facilitate the return process.
As of today, Executive Education Open and Custom Programmes will fully resume academic activity. Our international Full-time programmes will restart on 15th June. Those participants who returned to their home countries during the period following lockdown will continue to have access to their training via the online format. In this way, we have been able to fully resume activity by adapting the scheduling of our courses and continue to offer our participants the best training experience during and following the health crisis.
Furthermore, and in accordance with legislation and the relevant institutional regulations, EADA has already set in motion its return to work plan which will allow teams to progressively resume their activity in the different facilities and campuses.
We would therefore like to welcome back all of our participants and the EADA Community. Here at EADA Business School, we are convinced that normality will gradually return to our daily lives.