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News Flash | COVID-19

18 Mar.

ESTP Paris /

This article was last updated on March 18

Considering the latest instructions issued by the French government, ESTP Paris has updated its response and implemented new measures concerning its academic and administrative activities. Rest assured that we still have no confirmed cases of coronavirus among our students or our staff.

ESTP Paris is closed as of Monday March 16th and until further notice.

Incoming students

Face-to-face classes / workshops / labs have been cancelled and replaced by online courses. Each one of our majors has a designated academic contact, and the student representatives are in touch with this academic contact to update their fellow students on a regular basis.

Outgoing students

We allow them to continue their mobility in the partner university, and to comply with the measures taken by the partner institution and local government. We are confident that most partner universities have implemented online classes so that students will be able to validate their courses, according to their performance in the partner university courses.


Our administration 

The Direction of International Relations at ESTP Paris and other Departments at ESTP Paris are still working, remotely. We are reachable by e-mail. However, other departments from ESTP Paris might be affected and therefore all requests or answers to emails may take more time than usual. We thank you for your understanding and patience.

Our facilities  

The campus is closed for students, except for those living on campus. All public places (restaurants / bars / gym / clubs) are closed, but supermarkets and pharmacies are still open. Our public transportation system is running.



A toll-free hotline service (French only) can answer your questions about the Coronavirus COVID-19 non-stop, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 0 800 130 000.

The toll-free hotline service cannot give medical advice. If you have signs of a respiratory infection within 14 days of your return from an area where the coronavirus is spreading, dial 15, or send a text to 114 if you have a speech or hearing impairment.