Distance Learning at ESDES
In the context of the pandemic, ESDES has ensured that learning continues.
100% of the courses were taught remotely and the students declared that they were satisfied. Group projects and concrete cases, which are of major importance in ESDES teaching, were done remotely, as were coaching and personalized support.
"The solidarity between the students in the group and the availability of support were very strong" said Chloé, a Fast-Track student.
The School will learn from this period of lockdown to prepare for the 2020-2021 school year.
Hybrid courses (mixing on-site classes and remote learning) and rotation courses (half-group classes) will be the rule, even if the sanitary conditions for the start of the academic year are not known at this stage. Face-to-face courses will be preferred for new students and subjects where presence is essential, such as foreign languages. These special conditions are an opportunity to teach our students autonomy and agility, which are essential to overcoming the unpredictable nature of economic life.