MEIG is a 10 months programme starting in September each year and ending early July the year after, with the end-of-study project submission scheduled end of June.
Overview of academic year MEIG 2021-2022
First day of classes → 8 September 2021
Winter Holidays → 20 December 2021 – 7 January 2022
Come back to classes → 10 January 2022
Period of the End-of-Study project → 1 April 2022 – 30 June 2022
Graduation Ceremony 2021 → date to be fixed in the first 10 days of July
The MEIG Programme reserves the right to make any necessary changes to this provisional calendar.
The MEIG is an intensive programme. For the one-year programme, an average week comprises about 15 to 20 hours of in-class courses for which the students have to thoroughly prepare in advance (2 to 3 hours of preparation for one hour of class is a good estimate). For the two-year option, the workload is roughly the same but spread out over two years, and will depend on how the student customizes the programme.
The MEIG teaching system requires an active class, where students are called on to express their opinions, discuss the views expressed by classmates and comment on required readings.
Some activities (workshops, lectures, seminars, conferences, study trips, networking events, etc) do not follow a regular pattern and they are scattered throughout the programme. That is why no two weeks look alike at MEIG.
Our students should be prepared to fully commit themselves. MEIG is a transformative experience where working hard pays off.
Overview of important dates for applications MEIG academic year 2022-2023
For the 2022-2023 edition of the MEIG Programme applications are considered on a rolling basis. There are a few last places available.
Applicants will be recruited until the limited places in the MEIG Programme are distributed, considering the date of arrival of the MEIG candidate application form.