Student Health and Well-Being: Essentials
Published on 14 September 2022 by NEOMA
Four years ago, NEOMA opened its Wellness Centre, dedicated to the well-being of its students. The service, which now has eight employees on the school’s three campuses, will expand starting in September 2022 to include two new workshops.
“The strategic dimension of student well-being is at the core of the lessons that we have taken away from the pandemic,” Delphine Manceau, NEOMA Business School dean said. “This is still a reality even after the crisis.”
Two new workshops for NEOMA student well-being
“D-Stress on demand”
Fear of flying, of crowds, of public speaking: these workshops in virtual reality are developed to help students overcome their fears that can disrupt their learning and social life.
“Feel good on demand”
Sport, nutrition, personal development, medical prevention, etc.: 100% online, interactive modules accessible 24/7 look into these various well-being topics.
“In-class learning remains a key method, but in some cases our students prefer remote learning. We are delighted to be able to expand our offer dedicated to student well-being with services that can now be accessed remotely or by using the latest technologies, like virtual reality,” Delphine Manceau said.NEOMA Wellness Centre