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The April intake has been postponed for three weeks behind the start date, originally planned for April 6. On April 27, 2020, more than 150 students took the path of their keyboard and screens

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The April intake has been postponed for three weeks behind the start date, originally planned for April 6. On April 27, 2020, more than 150 students took the path of their keyboard and screens to start back to school in a new form, adapted to the situation imposed by the coronavirus. 


The goal of this delayed intake is to allow all students enrolled in April not to lose a semester due to the pandemic. The timetables have been revised to allow for optimal practice later in the year. The notion of balance between practical learning and theory is of course maintained, but in addition to this, students are called upon to develop other skills that their predecessors had not addressed: use of distance learning tools , self-leadership training, organization and structuring of a routine under remote supervision… so many new elements that will undoubtedly allow for the creation of pugnacious and volunteer personalities. 


The effects of this new mode of learning are not to be expected, and while some show a real determination to succeed quickly and efficiently, others require closer support, which the school readily provides. 


The pedagogical approach in this period is doubly benevolent, given the novelty and the difficulties that this new organization generates. The start of the new school year in October could take place on the same model if conditions were to continue, which no one can yet predict. 


In the meantime, learning in virtual mode is becoming more refined. The feedback collected at the end of each course allows for adjustments, the aim of which is to allow everyone to acquire the theoretical knowledge included in the syllabus. 


First-year students, impatient to face the reality on the ground, are the most eager to take the path of hotels, whose doors will remain closed for a few more weeks. New avenues and innovative directions are being explored for the rapid placement of students, who must, by one means or another, acquire the skills that the world of tourism of tomorrow will require. And what one need to understand right now is that these skills are evolving.

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