Temperature checks at the entrance of the school will be done with infrared thermometers.
Protocol in case of symptoms or positive case(s)
If one or more cases are detected, the school will take the measures that the health and academic authorities have dictated for the Madrid Community.
If you feel unwell and have a fever, cough and/or difficulty breathing follow the next steps:
Stay at home and contact your healthcare provider for guidelines on how to proceed.
Contact the ESCP Madrid campus COVID-19 coordinator and inform her about your situation, She will give you help and guidance on how to proceed.
Follow care instructions from your healthcare provider and local health department.
If your doctor asks for a PCR or similar test and you test, follow their instructions on how to proceed and inform the ESCP Madrid campus COVID-19 coordinator in order to start the tracking and isolation protocols.
Take care of yourself. Don´t leave your home, except for medical care. Get rest and monitor your symptoms.
Protect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions.
To ensure the safety of our students, Madrid campus staff took a COVID 19 test before the beginning of the academic year.
Capacity will be limited to 50% of maximum occupancy.
During the first weeks of the term the cafeteria will only serve coffee and snacks. If we see that social distance is maintained at the food and drinks counter, the service may be extended. Screens have been installed to preserve everyone´s safety.
Follow the direction indicators on the floor to facilitate the least possible contact.
05/reception and offices
Screens have been ensured to ensure everyone's safety.
It is recommended to socialize in the garden. Remember: smoking is not allowed inside the campus nor in the garden.
07/Book your appointment
For services such as the library, meetings with Professors, Academic Directors or Programme Managers.
Mandatory attendance of classes on campus or in streaming (for the online environment).
Let's work together to guarantee your safety and that of others, and keep the Madrid campus open
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COVID-19 Information · ESCP Madrid Campus
Latest coronavirus measures in place in the whole of the Madrid region:
Wear a mask in outdoor public places when it is not possible to socially distance and at all times in public indoor settings.
Please note that face masks must be worn on all forms of transport
The night-time curfew has been lifted.
Restaurants, bars and cafés may open from 6am to 1am. Groups are limited to a maximum of 6 people indoors and 8 people outdoors.
Social distancing rules must be followed at all times.
Smoking outdoors in public places is forbidden if and when a 2-metre distance cannot be maintained.
The maximum capacity is 50% in most enclosed spaces (such as hotels, restaurants, bars, places of worship and sports facilities), and 75% in cultural venues (like museums, monuments, theatres and cinemas), outdoor cafés and restaurants, and shopping centres.
Night clubs and other late night venues are now allowed to open till 3am. New customers will not be allowed in after 2am. Drinks may be ordered but not consumed at the bar. Masks must be kept on at all times except when eating and drinking. It is not permitted to dance indoors and is only allowed outdoors if social distancing is possible and masks are worn.
The vast majority of the city’s museums and cultural institutions have reopened, all of them with the necessary social distancing and safety measures put in place. We strongly recommend you visit the venue’s official website before visiting to get the most reliable and up-to-date information.
The Madrid campus continues implementing all safety and hygiene protocols to guarantee the safety of our students, staff and professors. Let's continue to work together to fight COVID-19!
There is currently a temporary restriction on non-essential travel from many non-EU countries to the European Union and Schengen zone. The decision to lift or relax restrictions for those who hold a COVID-19 vaccine certificate will depend on which country the tourists are travelling from.
All passengers arriving in Spain must fill in an FCS health control form and will face both a temperature check and a visual inspection.
From 7 June 2021, all those passengers (except for children under 12) travelling from a high-risk country/area must present a certificate or document certifying vaccination against COVID-19, a negative certificate of a Diagnostic Test of Active Infection, or a certificate of Recovery after having passed this disease in order to enter Spain.
YOU SHOULD NOT TRAVEL if you have had symptoms consistent with COVID-19, such as a high temperature, a cough or breathing difficulties, in the last 14 days.