Furthermore, candidates will be able to complete the admission process 100% online.
We want to thank the effort and commitment shown so far by the students, the faculty and all the staff to adapt to the new situation.
Below, we have answered some frequently asked questions about COVID-19, and how it might affect our students and candidates.
Since May 9, the state of alarm in Spain is no longer in force. Currently, the regional governments will decide the legal measures that will be applied to stop the pandemic.
Measures Madrid: https://www.comunidad.madrid/servicios/salud/coronavirus
We are working on the possibility that there may be new restrictions throughout the academic year. In that case and from the outset, the affected students will continue their academic development using all the necessary technological tools.
We have implemented a 100% Online admission process. Your safety is our priority, regardless of where you are, you can complete the whole process online, including the admission tests and the personal interview. The admission team will be available by phone or email to answer any questions that may have.
It depends on the government regulations established in your country and in Spain in regards COVID-19. International students are recommended to arrive in Madrid the week prior to classes beginning in order to settle down and attend the orientation day.
It will be impossible for me to travel to Madrid to attend on-campus classes, can I study one or two full semesters completely online?
Yes. At CIS University Endicott International we have launched a Distance Learning program intended for students who, for different reasons, cannot travel to Madrid to attend on-campus classes. Students of this program will have full support from teachers and staff through our virtual platform.
Learn more about our Distance Learning program: DISTANCE LEARNING