We keep WHU running –

We plan ahead and react flexibly.

"In order to overcome the Corona crisis and continue school operations, WHU as a community has taken on great efforts. We have made an impressive leap forward in the area of digitization and have been able to further strengthen our position in the business school landscape despite the pandemic. By using the latest technology in teaching, we aim to make your education as enjoyable and rich as possible. The teaching formats are continuously adapted according to the Corona specifications. We would like to emphasize that the community’s health and well-being remain our first priority. At the same time, we would like to allow as much activity as possible on campus, after the long period of restricted activity that we have had. In addition to the overall health of the community, we believe it is also important to avoid any lockdowns and quarantines at both WHU campuses as much as possible. Therefore, we would like to emphasize that we at the WHU would like to achieve as high a vaccination rate as possible. We trust in the WHU spirit, count on your understanding and support, and look forward to welcoming you back to our campus in person."

– Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU  –

 

Before coming to campus:

Access to campus in Vallendar or Düsseldorf is only allowed to those following the so-called 3G rule: 


fully vaccinated

Fully vaccinated is someone who has been vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine licensed in the EU and in whom at least 14 days have passed after administration of the last vaccine dose.


fully recovered

Those who have recovered require proof of a positive PCR test (or other nucleic acid evidence) dating back at least 28 days and a maximum of six months.


tested negative

As proof, a negative test result (antigen test of the last 24 hours; PCR test of the last 48 hours) from a certified test center must be submitted. 

You have symptoms? Please stay at home!

We are very excited to welcome you on our campus. However, if you notice COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home and have the symptoms medically clarified. Information about the symptoms and the further procedure can be found here for NRW (Campus Düsseldorf) under the keyword "Information about the virus" and here for RLP (Campus Vallendar). Also, please contact your respective program or team management. You may then continue to work from home or study online.

On campus:

It is up to all of us to help contain the spread of the virus. On campus, you will find signs reminding you of the corona regulations on campus. Please follow the instructions at all times:

 

Use digital options for contact tracing

 

Observe mask obligation

 

Keep at least 1.5 m distance

 

Observe hygiene regulations
Your education & campus life

Organization of study programs at WHU –
Ensuring a stable learning experience.

All WHU programs are looking forward to welcoming back students with measures in place to ensure the health and safety of its staff, students, and faculty and to ensure a seamless learning experience. At the same time, we are still planning ahead, we are fully prepared for all scenarios  and are ready to react flexibly to all circumstances related to the coronavirus situation without loss of time. We are committed to assuring the highest quality education in the safest way possible. Please also visit our FAQ page for prospective students to find further information.

Visit our FAQ page for prospective students

Code of Conduct

Now more than ever it is important for WHU to be united as a community and to live out our motto of fostering courage and commitment always. Until now we have been following this path successfully as a family, and therefore even in the times of a crisis we kept trust in our values. There is no doubt, that all health and safety measures on the WHU campuses fall under the umbrella of the Code of Conduct which complements our vision, mission, and values.

The standards are applicable to all members of the WHU community in a multitude of contexts in order to secure their own safety, and the health of others.

Code of Conduct

Our courage and commitment

Courageous and committed –
WHU's values as the basis of all activities.

Dedicated to the safety of its community, WHU was one the first German business schools that decided to switch its teaching and working mode to a digital format. The following required extreme courage, strong sense of community, entrepreneurial thinking, and commitment to excellence from everybody involved.

Even in times of crisis, WHU stayed true to its mission and values taking the social responsibility not only for the WHU community, but also for society. WHU professors shared their expertise with the public in different formats explaining the impacts of the crisis, giving an outlook of the changes from different economic perspectives, and proposing innovative solutions.

Community

Family & Trust

Despite social distancing, the feeling of support and mutual trust is stronger than ever. Together, as a community, we set and follow the rules to protect and hold each other up in this difficult time. The #wekeepWHUrunning campaign unites students, faculty, and staff across all social media channels.

Cosmopoliteness

Diversity & Internationality

WHU continues promoting diversity with a full commitment. All international students were able to engage in online courses and finish their semester on time. The Online MBA European Summer Program connected 85 students from 16 universities across Asia, Australia, and North America in live sessions. 

Entrepreneurship

Passion & Innovation

Reacting to the lockdown, WHU promptly introduced various digital tools, and developed a series of tutorials to ensure an immediate switch to digital teaching and cooperation. The entrepreneurial spirit continues, and the school prepared and is ready to support all hybrid formats of the lectures.

Excellence

Ambition & Performance

In spite of the turbulent times, the quality of the teaching at WHU remains on the same, exceptional level. WHU professors actively use their expertise to explain the economical perspective of the crisis, and how to lessen its impact, e.g. in the online session series "Business in a post-corona world – Impact of the current crisis on the future of businesses, markets and the economy."  

Community & excellence

The WHU community is providing academic expertise during the corona crisis, contributing to the socio-economical discourse, organizing fundraising events, or setting up start-ups. All of these activities strengthen the WHU spirit and give us the courage to grow. Learn more in our WHU Magazine.