Applications to pursue a certificate of study should be made through the normal application portal. Requirements for admission are comparable to those for the normal degree programs: the equivalent of a B.A. degree or substantial professional experience and achievement.
A certificate is normally earned in the course of a year. But it is possible to receive a certificate of study for participation over a two year period. In this case, the student will attend more than one session and complete a total of six seminars.
Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is designated the European Capital of Culture in 2018. It is the capital of the European Union’s southernmost and smallest member state, Malta, which gained independence from Britain in 1964. Situated about 96 km from Italy, and 290 km from North Africa, it comprises seven islands, of which only three are inhabited: Malta, Gozo, and Comino.
Known as the “Pearl of the Alps,” Saas-Fee is located near the Matterhorn of Wallis (Valais). Surrounded by thirteen mountains, it is the main village in the Saastal or the Saas Valley and a municipality in the district of Visp within the canton of Wallis (Valais) in Switzerland. Its location close to the glaciers of the Dom and the Allalinhorn, along with its neighboring mountain peaks, such as the Weissmies, the Nadelhorn, and the Lenzspitze, have made Saas-Fee an attractive destination in the Swiss Alps with recreational opportunities throughout the year including skiing, caving, snowshoe trekking, mountain climbing, canyon climbing, and ice climbing.
The European Graduate School / EGS degree programs are now accepting applications. Interested students are invited to submit an online application for admission. Due to high demand for places, students are strongly advised to apply well before the deadlines.
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SUMMER SESSION (Bergamo, Italy and Saas-Fee, Switzerland)June 1, 2020
FALL SESSION (Valetta, Malta)September 1, 2020