Request Documents

Letters of Enrollment:

All admitted or enrolled students can request a letter of enrollment from the Central Office of European Graduate School.

The Central Office of European Graduate School can be reached at: European Graduate School EGS • Media and Communication Division • Alter Kehr 20 • CH-3953 Leuk-Stadt / Switzerland • phone: + 41 27 474 9917 • fax: + 41 27 474 9918.

Student Email Account:

Students attending and visiting the programs of The European Graduate School can apply for an email address from The European Graduate School (EGS) through the Email Application Form.

Student ID Cards:

Student ID cards are used for identification of students at European Graduate School. The student ID cards will provide access to University facilities, and Computing Services, and document the student status for third parties.

All admitted or enrolled students will receive a Student ID Card free of charge from European Graduate School during registration for the Summer seminars in Saas-Fee. During registration a portrait photo of each student will be generated and used for the Student ID card. The card is the property of the European Graduate School and is non-transferable. The card must be presented or surrendered upon request of authorized officials of the European Graduate School.

Student ID cards need to be "validated" each semester that the student is enrolled. To obtain validation, students will need to pay their current semester tuition and fees in full, and have any obligations or holds cleared from their record. Students who have signed up for the payment plan or who have been awarded and accepted financial aid are eligible to get their IDs validated.

Student ID cards that have been damaged must be brought to the Central Office of European Graduate School. Student ID cards that haven been lost or stolen must be reported immediately so they can be suspended. Lost cards can be reported to the Central Office of European Graduate School. The Central Office of European Graduate School will issue replacement cards, using the same or a new photo. The replacement fee is USD $20.

Any expenditure associated with the use of this card is the responsibility of the holder until it is reported lost/stolen. There is a USD $20 charge for replacement IDs when damage is due to misuse. Student ID cards worn from normal use‚ will be replaced at no charge.

The Central Office of European Graduate School can be reached at: European Graduate School EGS • Media and Communication Division • Alter Kehr 20 • CH-3953 Leuk-Stadt / Switzerland • phone: + 41 27 474 9917 • fax: + 41 27 474 9918.

Transcripts:

Students can request transcripts and diploma supplements with the Online Transcript Request Form if they have submitted class evaluations for every class they have taken.

A transcript is the academic history of each student, a comprehensive record of an individual’s academic progress, including transferred undergraduate courses, credit earned by examination and degrees awarded. The name of the student will appear on the transcript as it appears on their university records.

To access the Online Transcript Request form please click here.

Course / Class Evaluations:

One of the aims of the Bologna Process is to develop quality assurance systems at universities and to ensure that they become an integral part of the universities’ activities. The European Graduate School must evaluate its their education, research and social impact, and must publish the results of their evaluations.

The European Graduate School uses an Online Course Evaluation system to collect student feedback about courses and instructors at the end of each term or semester. The European Graduate School has decided to conduct regular evaluations of its operations in order to ensure high standards, is systematically developing the quality of its operations as part of normal activities. The auditing and development of quality assurance systems is part of the creation of the European Higher Education Area by 2010.

The faculties and departments use a variety of student feedback systems. Feedback is used in curriculum design and to improve operations. Student feedback systems and the application of the information they provide are continuously being developed. The European Graduate School is systematically collecting feedback from its students and graduates. It also collects feedback from those in the labor market at regular intervals. The material thus obtained is used to draw up reports to be used by the faculties. The faculties, for their part, examine the feedback obtained from graduates and use it in curriculum design and to improve operations.

To access the Online Course Evaluation form please click here.