Covid measures in lecture theatre

At Imperial College Business School, we are well positioned and fully committed to continuing our world-class education and research during this challenging time, leveraging our long-standing digital capabilities to ensure the ongoing provision of our mission.

Via the links below, you will find answers to some of the most common questions relating to our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Latest from the Business School

  • The health, safety and wellbeing of our community is our priority and we continue to closely follow Public Health England and NHS advice. A range of health and safety provisions are in place on campus.
  • Anyone who has been or is due to be on campus and has coronavirus symptoms or has tested positive, should contact Imperial’s COVID-19 Contact Tracing Hub as soon as possible.
  • You are expected to take a test when you return to campus, and minimise social contact until a negative test result has been confirmed.
  • If you have had a COVID-19 vaccine, you should continue to adhere to social distancing, wearing masks and hand hygiene in order to protect the people around you and the wider community.
  • The first stage in lifting lockdown measures in England came into effect on 8 March with the UK government announcing on-campus teaching could restart from that date onwards. Most degree programmes continue via remote delivery/online teaching and all Executive Education programmes continue to be delivered virtually or online until further notice.
  • Other than those staff members required on campus, staff should continue to work from home if they can.
  • We encourage you to use the NHS COVID-19 app to help control the spread of coronavirus.

Last updated: 30 March 2021

Latest updates from Imperial College London

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

Imperial's response to coronavirus

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