Why Imperial?

At Imperial College Business School, we are well positioned and fully committed to continuing our world-class education and research during this challenging time, calling on our long-standing digital capabilities to ensure the ongoing provision of teaching. Our multi-modal teaching delivery has enabled on-campus and remote students to participate in lectures together in real-time.

All COVID legal restrictions have now come to an end in England. In line with the College, we are adopting a public health approach that we believe will keep our students and staff safe, and ensure we can continue teaching, undertaking research and running our operations, enabling us to benefit from the return to activity on campus.

We keep our plans under continuous review, guided by the UK Government and our own COVID response team, who have played an active role in informing national and international policies to keep people safe.

For the 2022-23 academic year, we intend all teaching will be delivered in-person and students are required to be on campus. Multi-mode teaching will be deployed when required, enabling flexibility for students to study remotely if that becomes necessary.

For information relating to Imperial’s response to COVID-19 click here.

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Find more information on the steps being taken to make our environment as safe as possible on the College COVID-19 page.

"Regardless of whether they are in the lecture theatre or participating remotely, every student will be able to: benefit from close engagement with our faculty; access our exceptional careers offering; and network with Imperial’s global community of students, alumni and thought leaders."
Dean Francisco Veloso,
Imperial College Business School
Francisco Veloso