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14 April 2020

Information for Prospective Students

COVID-19 has created a number of serious challenges regarding the traditional face-to-face teaching and research at higher education, as well as the overall university life. In view of the general lockdown of educational institutions, CITY College introduced tools that are providing online real-time teaching in all its programmes, thus giving the opportunity to students to continue their studies from home. Moreover, CITY College is offering all its services online (library, careers, student affairs, fitness classes, students’ clubs etc.) in order to maximise the student experience. All the CITY College academic and administration staff are fully operational to offer personal support to all prospective students.

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Frequently Asked Questions for prospective students

How can I get more information about CITY College and the programme of my interest?

You can call the College on (+30) 2310 224 026 or (+30) 2310 224186 and receive information over the phone or arrange a personal meeting.
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You can send a request email to acadreg@citycollege.sheffield.eu and we will reply with the information you are asking. If you wish, you may include your telephone number and we will call you the soonest possible.

 

Can I meet a Representative of CITY College personally?

Yes. Follow the above procedure and ask for a personal meeting. This meeting will take place at the CITY College premises following the protocol for safe contacts, as described by the authorities.
If you are in another country, you may meet the CITY College Representative in your region. You may find the nearest Representative Office here. Please call or write to CITY’s Representative in your region and ask for a personal meeting, as travel restrictions are gradually being lifted.

 

How can I apply?

You may arrange a personal meeting at CITY College or any Representative Office abroad and a CITY officer will help you with the application process. Please follow the guidelines above to arrange this appointment.
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You can download an application form (Bachelor’s Application Form or Master’s / MBA Application Form), save it, fill it in, and send it, along with any scanned required documents that you have available at the moment to the Admissions Office (admissions@citycollege.sheffield.eu) OR to CITY College’s Representative Office in your region. OR You can apply online. Please see the detailed procedure here.
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You can apply online. Please see the detailed procedure here.

 

I cannot provide certain required documents now. Can I still apply?

Yes. You may attach any scanned documents you have available at the moment and you will provide the rest at a later stage, when normality has been restored.

 

I do not have any required English Language certificate yet and I am unable to take IELTS or TOEFL exams at the moment. Can I still apply?

Yes. You can take the exams for an English Certificate later. We need your English Certificate before the course starts, that is in late September.

 

When is the best time to apply?

We strongly advise you to apply as early as possible so that you can secure a place in the programme of your interest.

 

Do I need to pay my registration fee when I submit my application?

Yes. Each application form must be accompanied by the payment of the registration fee. The fee can be paid through bank (contact us for the bank account).

 

When does the upcoming academic year start?

The Bachelors and Masters courses start at the end of September 2020. The MBA courses start later.

 

Will I be expected to attend classes physically or will I be able to attend my course online?

All courses at CITY College require your physical presence in the campus. However, in the face of this health crisis, CITY College may modify the delivery mode of the courses for a certain period.

 

I am a non-European Union student. Will I be able to get a student visa?

We do not have any different information than in the past. Non-European Union students are expected to receive a student visa based on fulfilling the government requirements.

 

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