This is to inform you that as part of our Covid-19 defence policy and following international examples, IBS is switching to Online Teaching and Learning starting Tuesday 10 March.
Instead of coming to face-to-face classes, you are kindly asked to follow instructions by your tutors and module leaders as published in the Moodle system.
Library resources will be available through online databases. Admissions and student services will be accessible online, save for special and emergency cases. Students should address any questions or requests, as usual, to email@example.com.
By this move we are hoping to contribute to maintaining the current virus-free status IBS community, and also to slowing down the spread of the virus. We repeat once again that there are no known cases of coronavirus in IBS at present.
Please continue to read you e-mails and watch out for information in Moodle where your tutors and IBS Management will be in contact with you.
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Don't give up your study abroad dreams! Start IBS online if you are restricted in your travel, follow the first common year of all our British bachelor's programmes online and take up classes in person whenever the travel restrictions are lifted.