Information on the new academic year.

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EDHEC campus rules

Protect yourself and protect the others on EDHEC campuses.

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Student Services

Discover how to access to student services.

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Dear Students,

We hope you are doing well and that you and those close to you had the best summer possible.

You have been on campus for the start of the new academic year for several days now and we are all really happy that this is taking place in person for all of you. We are delighted to be able to welcome you on campus, as EDHEC knows how much the student experience benefits from direct exchanges and socialisation.
On Saturday 18 September, we were also pleased to receive the parents of students joining the School this year, to whom I reiterate all our warmest greetings.

In order to provide you with the best possible learning conditions, while also endeavouring to ensure the safety of all, it is nevertheless essential for you to continue to respect barrier gestures and particularly to wear a surgical mask or a mask with a filtration rate of more than 90% inside campus buildings. We know we can rely on your sense of responsibility in this matter.

I also wanted to share two excellent recent items of news concerning the School and particularly our Master in Management programme.   
First of all, at the French domestic level, the SIGEM ranking, compiled from the choices of preparatory class students, ranked EDHEC 4th in terms of students’ preferences, just after the three Paris-based schools. This result confirmed the rankings published in the press in recent months.
And at the international level, for the first time, EDHEC entered the world Top 10 Masters in Management (MiM) in the ranking published by the Financial Times. The EDHEC Master in Management made significant progress, climbing from 16th to 9th place, equal with Imperial College Business School, and ranking 4th in France.  EDHEC’s careers service was ranked n°1 in France. And on the “overall satisfaction” criterion, the School obtained a score of 9.20 out of 10, a performance that recognised the quality of teaching and services, the multi-culturality of our campuses and the rich student experience on offer at EDHEC.

Although the rankings are not ends in themselves, they do represent a major factor in raising the School’s standing and recognition. They also reflect our pursuit of excellence and our commitment at your side to co-building tomorrow’s world, by training students and graduates ever-more eager to play an active role in the major transformations shaping the world.

I wish you all an excellent 2021-2022 academic year.

Best regards,


Emmanuel Métais

Dean, EDHEC Business School



Accessing EDHEC's on-campus services

We have amended access to on-campus student services with the aim of responding not only to your needs and choice of study programme, but also of respecting official recommendations and rules for ensuring your safety.

Our Lille and Nice campuses are open from Monday to Saturday from 7.30am to 10.00pm.

​Student services 
Student services ‒ educational, career and library ‒ are provided in full.

Catering Services

The campus cafeteria and take-away outlets are in service, as are the vending machines.

Sports facilities

Our sports facilities on campuses are open.


EDHEC campus rules - Updated September 2, 2021

In line with current health regulations, we have set out specific campus rules that will apply to all EDHEC locations in France:

  • Wearing a surgical mask or a mask with a filtration rate of more than 90% at all times inside the buildings, from the moment you enter our sites to the moment you leave. Students must ensure they have the requisite masks with them. Students that arrive on campus without a mask will be not be admitted.
  • On arrival, each student received surgical masks and hand-sanitising gel.
  • Hand-sanitising stations have been installed in various locations on campus.
  • Thermal cameras are available to all at campus entrances for temperature checks. Data will not be recorded. These health kiosks will be available around the clock and will help in our response. Should you have an excessively high temperature, we would ask you to inform security, not to remain on campus, to isolate yourself and to get medical advice.
  • Traffic flows have been put in place in an effort to maintain social distancing as far as possible. 
  • Cleaning and disinfection services have been significantly increased.
  • Students from regions where the virus is prevalent and who are subject to quarantine period must report to the HUB . Students are responsible for organizing and adhering to quarantine prior to arriving on campus for the start of the new academic year. Routine screening is strongly advised for any student that has arrived from a high-prevalence area. Any students who test positive will have to self-isolate, follow Ministry of Health recommendations and alert the HUB ( Guidelines for welcoming international students vary depending on the country of origin. Students must comply with the official guidelines issued by Campus France.

We also ask that any students who are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19, have been tested positive to COVID-19 or are a contact person (have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19), do not come to campus, follow health-authority recommendations and alert the HUB. If you test positive for the virus, you will need to isolate, follow the instructions of medical professionals and alert the HUB as soon as possible. You will then be informed of specific teaching solutions put in place by your programme director.

Easy access to vaccination is offered near our campuses for those interested. Please do not hesitate to contact us at for further information.

At the same time, we would remind you of the importance of taking preventative measures: wear a mask as soon as possible, both indoors and outdoors when distanciation is not possible, wash your hands regularly, cough or sneeze into your elbow or a handkerchief, and greet each other without making physical contact. It is through our combined efforts that we will be able to lead as normal a student life as possible.

Everyone must adhere to the health guidelines and rules governing campus life. They are permanentaly available on MyEDHEC and regularly updated on our website. 

Compliance with the rules will be strictly monitored. Breaches of the rules will be subject to immediate disciplinary action. Our health, the proper functioning of our institution and the quality of the EDHEC experience are at stake.

We are counting on your prudence and sense of responsibility, just as you can count on our commitment.






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