After careful deliberation, UC-Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, have decided to reopen their campuses at the beginning of the upcoming academic year. The schools are currently working on a hybrid format of learning, combining in-person lectures and online learning.

London business school has proposed a similar style of learning. Their online classes will begin on September 7th and a mix of in-person classes will be introduced two weeks later.

Cambridge’s Judge Business School is currently working on creating a safe learning environment and plan on welcoming “as many students as possible to Cambridge for the start of the next academic year”.

This may come as great news to new students starting at these schools this fall and are looking forward to spending time on campus, and meeting fellow classmates.