Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Last Updated: 29 March 2020
We hope you are healthy and taking all necessary precautions as the world fights the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19.
The BIBF is taking all necessary measures and actions to prevent and slow the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Current scientific and medical evidence suggests that preemptive public health measures are more effective than those that are reactive. By being proactive as a community, we can safeguard our own health and the well-being of those with whom we interact.
As a valued learner at the BIBF, we endeavour to make your journey with us exceptional from the very start.
All regions around the world are currently affected by the COVID – 19 pandemic and at the BIBF, we have been extremely proactive in ensuring the well-being of our students, faculty, staff and wider community. We have followed government measures extremely carefully, respecting quarantine directives, providing online classes, implementing temperature checks on our campus for staff and finally closing the campus to students following the decision made by the Government’s Executive Committee to close all schools and universities until further notice.
During this time, the BIBF remains committed to supporting students and learners who are experiencing difficulties because of the COVID-19 situation as well as ensuring the health and safety of our candidates.
We encourage you to continue to prepare and finalise your application or your registration process in order to be ready once announcements are made for returning back to normalcy. The BIBF’s Registration team will continue to evaluate applications. They will advise you on the options available to enable you to provide a completed application. We have already extended some deadlines and are working closely with our faculty to present online classes.
We confirm that all BIBF teams are invested in making this process as smooth as possible and we are happy to answer any questions you may have about our programmes and the registration process. If you haven’t started an application yet, please visit the BIBF website. We also invite you to view our video about how to log in for online classes.
We look forward to receiving your application and the health and safety of all candidates remains a top priority for the BIBF.
Click here for official news and updates on this global health pandemic from the Ministry of Health website.
The BIBF team