12 March 2020 - Update: Classes are cancelled
Following last night’s announcement from the Danish government, Cambriedge Institute has decided to continue to adhere closely to the recommendations from Danish authorities.
We are cancelling all activities where several people congregate starting at 12:00 today, Thursday March 12, and up to and including Friday March 27 (provisional date).
This means that all attendance to classes will cease from noon today and that you are thus required to not show up at Cambridge Institute.
Your teacher will put detailed information on Moodle as soon as possible telling you how to complete parts of your course. You are also able to contact your teacher through Moodle.
If you are registered with an online class, your classes will continue as normal.
The Cambridge Institute building will be closed from today at 12:00. However, our administrative team will continue to work from home to a large extent, and you will still be able to contact us by email or phone during our regular office hours. We will do all we can to answer your questions as quickly as possible.
Since we are forced to take this drastic step at a very short notice, there are bound to be questions that we are unable to answer right now. We are also expecting a lot of inquiries. We promise to work hard to answer as many questions as possible. We appreciate your understanding in this.
Since this is a case of force majeure and circumstances beyond Cambridge Institute’s control, we are unable to refund course fees or replace cancelled classes. We are working as hard as we can to complete parts of the teaching.
We are following any developments closely and will continue to update our homepage. You can follow the latest updates at this page.