The outbreak of Coronavirus has havoced the world which results in worldwide lockdown. It was a direct attack on the backbone of the world administration. But as said, there is always a light on the end of the dark tunnel. Now it seems like we are reaching to the brighter side as the world is reshaping into its original shape gradually.
Students and universities around the world have accepted to get along with new changes without getting affected to COVID-19. With new normal universities are greeting the students. Therefore, students are re-preparing to go abroad. For those, we have developed the blog which keeps the most anticipated answer that students are looking to study in Europe.
Yes! We know that times have been uncertain and that your plans may have been delayed. We understand, it has been a challenging time for those who are due to start their studies this year.
We have been working hard to ensure that we can offer you a study solution that allows you to stay on track and achieve that dream education degree from the best European university.
Through careful collaboration with our university partners, we can confirm that your campus will be open this September. The campus may look and feel a little different, with social distancing in place and smaller class sizes to protect staff and students.
We will make best use of the campus space on offer and allow you access to as many of the on-campus facilities as possible.
European universities are offering flexible study options in September/October to meet individual student circumstances and preferences.
If you can travel to your study destination for the start of term, you will be offered blended learning.
If you cannot travel to your study destination for the start of term, or would prefer to study from home, you will be offered online learning.
Our aim will always be to get you to your study destination as soon as possible, but in a safe and supported manner.
A style of education in which students learn via a combination of teaching methods; traditional face-to-face teaching on campus, as well as online learning via a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
This blended learning approach will enable social distancing and ensure you have a safe and a comfortable environment in which to Learn.
You will still have access to facilities on campus, but this may feel a little different with social distancing in place. Face-to face meetings with student and academic services teams will be available to support your arrival in the UK, and ensure you are settling in and progressing in your studies.
Yes the VFS center of some major countries like Denmark, UK, Ireland and Germany has been opened for the application. While for France and other European countries it may open within the 1st or 2nd week of August.
We know that there will be a delay with visa processing in some European countries and so we have made some adjustments for those unable to start their semester on time
To keep the number of transmissions in Europe as low as possible, and to protect European residents and international students in Europe, international arrivals (except those exempt) are currently required to self-isolate in their accommodation for fourteen days on arrival.
It is not yet confirmed if quarantine will be required for those travelling to Europe countries in September.
If it is confirmed, we will support all students on arrival and are busy outlining suitable options. Once you have accepted your offer, we will provide information based on the latest government guidelines.
Things are returning to their original shape and students are excited to proceed on their educational journey. So if you are the one who hasn't enrolled yet, get admission in top European countries in Fall 2020 Intake with Edugo Abroad. Edugo Abroad is one of the leading education consultants in India. We do not just help a student to get admission in top recognized universities but also taking care afterwards by being in regular touch.