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The health and safety of our students, instructors, partners and staff is always a top priority.
Further to the State of Emergency declared on March 23rd, by the City of Toronto and the mandatory closure by the Government of Ontario of all non-essential workplaces, IWEG is currently closed to comply with these requirements.
All in-class courses currently scheduled to start in April will be postponed for later start dates. The IWEG team will be in contact with impacted students about changes to their course schedule.
We are working on the assumption that we may not be allowed to resume operations until at least May 4th. However, this is subject to further guidance from public authorities, as the COVID-19 situation evolves.
WSET Online course registrations can continue to be made on the IWEG website. Registrations for future in-class courses scheduled to start from May onward can also be completed on our website in the courses section.
Meanwhile, IWEG staff will continue to work remotely and can be contacted by email during this period. Visit our contact webpage for staff information. Shipments to and from the office during this period will be on hold.
We will continue to monitor the situation and rely on information and guidance from the Public Health Agency of Canada, Toronto Public Health, Government of Ontario and City of Toronto to guide our decisions and next steps. Further updates will be shared on an ongoing basis.
Thank you to all our students, instructors and partners for their understanding as we deal with these challenging times. I encourage you to monitor your email, our website and our social media channels for additional news and further updates.
Institute of Master of Wine at IWEG
Date: April 16, 2018
Master of Wine is the most prestigious title in the world of wine, in one of the world's most important wine communities. This in-depth session about the MW study programme will provide information on entrance requirements, programme structure, and fees, as well as an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the programme from Masters of Wine Eugene Mlynczyk MW and Igor Ryjenkov MW, and Penny Richards, the Institute's Executive Director.
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