How do I register for GSERM?
The application portal for GSERM Ljubljana 2022 will open beginning September 2021.
Due to the still uncertain situation with regard to the Covid pandemic and its travel restrictions, we have decided that GSERM Ljubljana 2022 will be offered ONLINE ONLY. All courses remain open for registration and will take place if they reach a minimum number of participants.
Is it possible to sign up for two classes during the same session?
No. For each main session, students must choose one class only as they are taught concurrently. However, the workshop lectures (only at GSERM St. Gallen) can be visited simultaneously as they are held at different times of the day.
Cancellation by the participant
Fees will not be refunded if the participant interrupts the course or ends it prematurely.
These costs are as follows:
|Cancellation up to 60 days before course start||GSERM will retain CHF 100 to cover administrative expenses|
|Cancellation between 31 and 59 days before course start||GSERM will retain 50 % of the costs (both for course and accommodation)|
|Cancellation 30 or fewer days before course start||No refund will be made (both for course and accommodation)|
What language proof is needed?
GSERM will be held in English. In order to follow the lecturers you should have good knowledge of English. We do not require any written proof of language level, but furthermore count on the personal responsibility of our participants.
How many students can participate in GSERM courses?
We book maximum 20 – 25 participants per class.
Will I receive academic credits and a transcript after GSERM?
If you complete the programme and the exam successfully, you will be credited 4 ECTS credits and will get a transcript of University of St. Gallen. The transcript will be sent to your registration address about 10 weeks after the exam.
Your transcripts will contain the following:
- Course name
- HSG grade
- ECTS grade
- ECTS credits
Each completed examination is graded according to a grading scale from 6.0 (excellent) to 1.0 (useless). Satisfactory results are awarded grades from 6.0 to 4.0 inclusive, while results graded 3.5 to 1.0 are insufficient. The grading scale in detail:
HSG – ECTS Notenskala
|HSG Grade||ECTS Grade|
|2.5||poor to very poor|
|1.5||very poor to useless|
Do I have to sit for the end-of-course exams?
No, the final exams are not compulsory. However, please note that you will not receive a grade if you do not sit for the exams. In most cases this will mean that you are ineligible for credits from your home university.
If you do not sit for the exam and wish to receive a University of St. Gallen participation certificate, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find the bank details for payment?
Universität St. Gallen
PostFinance, St. Gallen
IBAN: CH21 0900 0000 9000 0747 8
Reason for payment: Last Name_First Name_1019410
Payments are only accepted in Swiss Francs. All bank fees are your own expenses.
Are there any scholarships available?
University of St. Gallen does not provide any scholarships for the GSERM programme. Information about individual funding / scholarships can be found at http://funding.unisg.ch.
We also encourage prospective students to check with their local embassies and home universities to see if any supplemental funding might be available to them.
Should I bring my laptop with me?
It is highly recommended to bring your personal laptop or any other mobile device along for any work during the lessons, homework and / or self-study purposes. Please be sure to carefully read the information on our courses in case of any software prerequisites are required.
What are the class hours?
Monday to Friday
Due to the online format at GSERM Ljubljana 2022, the class hours will NOT be as follows.
We will communicate the schedule prior to the online course!
|09.30 am – 12.15 pm||Morning class|
|12.15 pm – 01:15 pm||Lunch break (not organized)|
|01.15 pm – 03.00 pm||Afternoon class|