In keeping with the agreement between the Government of Catalonia and the 12 Catalan universities that are part of the Consell Interuniversitari de Catalunya (CIC), all theory classes at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management will be taught online until further notice.
The schools of Ramon Llull University have reached this agreement in keeping with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health of Catalonia to help control the COVID-19 infection rate.
HTSI, the rest of Ramon Llull University and all Catalan universities have made a concerted effort to start the 2020-2021 academic year while following all the measures required to ensure safe educational spaces. Nevertheless, due to the evolution of the pandemic over the last few days, while respecting university autonomy, the Ministry of Health has asked Catalan universities for a rapid response to help control the COVID-19 infection rate. The Ministry has made this request due both to the evolution of the pandemic and the need to reduce citizen mobility and social interaction.
As a result, the Consell Interuniversitari de Catalunya has agreed to shift from face-to-face teaching at universities to a virtual format until November 30. The presence of teaching and administrative staff at HTSI will be adapted to meet the needs of the School, which will remain open.
It is very important that any students who need to visit HTSI for any reason first make a reservation (email@example.com)
Finally, we would like to ask our university community to act responsibly and do their part to help control the rising COVID-19 infection rate.
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