What happens if I can’t provide the necessary admission documents (English test, certified copies of diploma and transcript)
In case test centers or admission-document issuing authorities are closed due to the Coronavirus, you should inform us immediately. If documents or tests are unavailable due to restrictive measurements, deadlines may be postponed on individual basis and only upon agreement with the EMLE Management Team.
What happens to the start of the academic year 2021-2022?
At this moment we assume that the academic year can start as planned at the three different first term locations in fall 2021. In case any of the three Universities will be closed or cannot be reached due to travel restrictions in your own country or any of the EMLE first term countries, we will find alternative solutions to follow the EMLE classes. This could e.g. be by (temporarily) providing online-classes, though we do expect that regular EMLE classes can resume sooner rather than later. We therefore expect that all students will be present at the their respective EMLE location as soon as classes in person will be re-started and the location can be reached from students’ home countries.
What happens if I am forced to withdraw my admission?
If withdrawals are caused by potential restrictions due to the measurements taken by either EMLE or student home country to prevent spreading of the Coronavirus, tuition fees (first and second instalments) will be reimbursed in total. We ask students to provide sufficient proof in these cases.
If withdrawals are due to any other reason than the Coronavirus, the regular reimbursement deadlines will apply (see “Can my tuition fees get reimbursed?”).