Frequently Asked Questions
If you are accepted in the course(s) you applied for you will receive an email with the registration process and payment instructions.
What is the application deadline?
Applications for the BAI/SMDIMD 2019 Fall Session will be reviewed up until June 15th, 2019, or until we have accepted forty candidates. As a general rule, the earlier you apply, the greater your chances to be admitted to the programme.
What fees are required to reserve your seat in the Spring Session?
To secure your place at the Fall Session, you are required to pay a deposit of USD 300. This deposit will be applied to course fees.
The deposit includes a USD 100 non-refundable application fee.
Payment in full must be made one month before the start of the Fall session (i.e. before August 06th, 2019).
What happens if I'm forced to cancel my trip?
If it is no longer possible for you to participate in the course you have paid for you need to withdraw no later than 4 weeks prior the start of the Fall session. After that date, a refund of your participation/tuition fee is no longer possible.
What are the payment options?
You may pay using one the following two methods.
CCM DE BILLERE
Please give your full name and quote Fall Session as the reference on all transactions.
What is not included in the participation and tuition fees?
Books, course material, housing, social program, and meals are not included in the fees and must be paid separately.
Unfortunately, we DO NOT have scholarships available for the Fall session.
I am not sure that I will receive my English test results/other documentation before the deadline (June 15th).Can I still apply?
You can submit your application with the documents in your possession. When we review your application, we will set your application to "incomplete". Your application will remain open allowing you to send your final documentation when you have it.
Please note that we cannot guarantee to take any documentation into consideration that is received later than June 15th!
Generally speaking, 180 ECTS is equivalent to three years of full-time studies. If your university does note accept ECTS, we will do an individual assessment of your documentation once we receive your application.