Coronavirus Outbreak

Follow-up of the consortium decisions

February 2nd 2021
  • Depending on the local situation, JEMARO students have mixed or online courses.
  • Preparation of the selection meeting of early March, to be held online.
October 2nd, 2020
  • Online orientation event with JEMARO students and staff: roundtables regarding the arrival of students, introduction of JEMARO local teams
  • Creation of a guidebook to support students engaged in remote learning
July 8th, 2020
  • Online orientation event to be organized at the beginning of October (when all students have started their courses
  • Each institution of the consortium has communicated the following information:
Welcome/orientation: September 2nd
Beginning of courses: September 7th
Beginning of courses: September 21st Beginning of courses: October 1st
Courses start online, a switch to hybrid teaching is possible.
Campus is open to present students.
30% of each class will be based on autonomous work.
All lectures from the first semester will be online.
Labs will be open to present students who will be able to interact with their peers remotely.
Courses start online, a switch to hybrid teaching is possible.
Campus and labs are open to present students.
ECN guidebook UniGe guidebook WUT guidebook
June 11th, 2020
  • The consortium decides to provide remote courses for all students at the beginning of September and to start face-to-face courses as soon as travel is possible and health recommendations allow it.
  • A new meeting is set for July 7th, 2020.
May 7th, 2020 
  • Decision not to postpone the 2020 intake or defer admissions.
  • The consortium agrees to start courses in the fall of 2020 All partners must check with their local regulations and facilities if courses and evaluation can all be run online
March 6th, 2020
  • Selection of the students during an online selection meeting
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Visa applications

A visa application can take 1 month – 3 months depending on the situation. As travel restrictions are being lifted up, your home institution will be able to give your information to the relevant embassy to support your visa application. If applying for a visa and travelling is possible in your country, your must fulfill the mobility path awarded to you and go to the country of your home institution as soon as possible. 

If your visa application gets delayed, do not worry. We are aware this administrative formality can be essential in your mobility and are thus trying to adapt to make sure all students have access to teaching material starting September.


You will be contacted by your M1 home institution.

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Holders: "When will I receive my scholarship?"

For students who reach their M1 host city on time: you will receive your scholarship upon your arrival, as planned.

For students who will arrive late in their M1 host city: the payment of the monthly contribution to subsistence costs can be granted to a student in his/her country of residence if the student starts the planned mobility with a host institution abroad via distance learning/remote assignments, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In such case an official and original document issued by a national authority must be provided explicitly proving the force majeure. Only after authorization of the European Commission approval, the monthly contribution to subsistence costs will be granted.
Published on June 5, 2020 Updated on February 3, 2021