SSE Russia adapts its operation due to COVID-19 spread
The restrictions announced due to the spread of coronavirus have also affected Stockholm School of Economics in Russia. Unable to ignore health and safety of our students and staff, which are our top priorites, we keep monitoring the situation COVID-19 daily and taking all the necessary precautins to ensure the continuation of our activities.
- Starting March 16, we have postponed all modules until the situation improves ( read more >>).
- Since 17 March, our team have been working remotely. Please note that all Stockholm School of Economics in Russia employees can be contacted both by mail and phone.
- From March 17th we have started to work on the rearrangement of the learning process for our students from the live one to online. At the moment, program directors together with group managers and our faculty are adapting the lecture material to the new format, testing the training version of the Zoom online platform and considering the possibility of holding group discussions online.
- Starting March 23, information sessions for applicants will be held online on the Zoom platform.
- There is a continuing restriction on events with more than 50 people in one space. Therefore we have decided to postpone all events, including lectures, business breakfasts and guest meetings until the end of April. This may change depending on the circumstances.
- At the moment we expect to return to normalcy and resume all our activities by the end of summer 2020 at the latest.
The Stockholm School of Economics is attuned to all situational shifts and will immediately update the rules and information following relevant changes as they come to light on the websites of the Government of the Russian Federation, the World Health Organization, the Healthcare Departments of Moscow and St. Petersburg, Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-being (Rospotrebnadzor) and other government agencies.Back to news