In accordance with the new measures announced by the Federal Council on 28 October, all EPFL classes and exercise sessions – including those for first-year and CMS students – will be given online only starting on Monday, 2 November, and until the end of the semester. This move is intended to help stem the spread of COVID-19.
Class activities that require an on-site presence (such as practicals, projects and workshops) may continue, in accordance with the Modulo rotating-group system (if applicable) and under the responsibility of the unit head or the person in charge of the activity in question.
Masks must be worn at all times in buildings at all EPFL sites. You must follow the health and safety guidelines, which include maintaining a social distance of at least 1.5 meters whenever possible and washing your hands often. We also need to prevent large groups of people from forming on public transportation and in our School’s hallways, cafeterias and bathrooms.
Fall semester 2020-2021
All information can be found in the Coming to campus Q&A.
Please read the information available on EPFL’s Travel webpage as well as the document Directive setting out the conditions underpinning EPFL’s COVID-19 protection plan, very carefully. Your cooperation is crucial to ensuring that you can take your exams and continue your studies with the least possible disruption.
It is important that you keep following the health and safety guidelines we have adopted for the EPFL campus in order to help prevent the coronavirus from spreading within our community.
More information about registration, teaching, exercises, lab sessions, projects and exams during the fall semester can be found on the Q&A: Coronavirus, classes and exams page.
You will find all the information concerning education at EPFL on the Education website.
For questions about classes, projects and seminars, please contact your teachers.
For all other questions, including if you need support in connection with your well-being or personal situation, please contact Student Services by email.