We recognise that the coronavirus has caused a large number of schools and universities across the world to close and review how exams are going to be held and the awarding of qualifications, as well as the planning of next courses studies.
Understandably, many of you will want to know how the disruption will affect your offer to study at RMES. We are working hard to provide the clear answers that you need as quickly as possible and we assure you that we will continue to be in touch with you over the coming months with further updates through this website and emails.
The situation is evolving rapidly. You should visit and regularly check the following websites for the latest updates and guidance:
Official information in Europe:
Official information in Spain:
Since the beginning of March, following the European Union and Spanish Health authorities dictates, some of our courses and Master’s & Diplomas’ on-site modules have been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The safety, health and well-being of our students will always be the highest priority for us.
Clearly, for those who have been registered for the postponed events, the postponement is a fully equivalent replacement for the planned events and the registration fees will remain in place for the new events dates.
More information about the postponed events here.
Our learning method, based in a semi-presential and modular courses, offers us the possibility to keep the constant contact with our students through our online campus, an e-learning area that provides quality peer-reviewed information in a dynamic and interactive format.
Our Educational board carried out detailed planning to provide the best possible learning experience under the current circumstances and, taking advantage of the coronavirus global lockdown, we have developed an innovative learning tool: Webinars by RMES. This tool has allowed us to maintain the networking and the continued learning of our students.
Webinars by RMES: With the aim to follow with our educational programme, interrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak, we purpose a programme of webinars that will last at least while the end of the deadlock situation.
All the content of the webinar series (commented video-surgeries, keynote lectures and complex cases discussions with the masters of microsurgery) is free for RMES community (faculty, students and alumni) and is also open to the entire medical community at a low price.
More information about Webinars by RMES here.
Despite all our efforts, the postgraduate students who were supposed to take their final exam, to present their Master’s Thesis and finish their clinical immersion this May, will not be able to finish their studies this year.
But, to reduce the risk of students being disadvantaged by coronavirus, University has extended one year their registration for the Master’s Degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas for free, so they will be able to finish their studies on June 2021 at most.
According to the European Union guidelines, travelling should have been completely restored by September, when the 2020/2021 academic year is supposed to start. This is why we have planned the next edition of our Master’s Degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas according our educational programme.
Despite this, part of the modules content will be shared to our students through RMES e-learning tools: the online campus and the webinars platform, allowing our students to follow the theoretical content on their students through their internet connection.
Also note that if a face-to-face module could not be held for the Covid-19 restrictions it will be postponed to a later date.
More information about RMES educational programs here.
MRM: International Master’s Degree in Reconstructive Microsurgery
MRBS: European Master’s Degree in surgical oncology, Reconstructive and aesthetic Breast Surgery
Postgraduate Diplomas in Head & Neck, Breast, Genitourinary & Limb Reconstructive Microsurgery
The graduate admissions cycle is progressing as planned. Many staff are working remotely but have access to all the usual systems, and we are processing applications and making decisions as normal. Scholarship award processes are also continuing.
We recognise that the current situation regarding coronavirus (Covid-19) is causing uncertainty and difficulties, but please rest assured that we are committed to limit any impact this will have on progressing your application. We will support you in the best possible way through the admissions process, and are committed to the highest standards of education, despite the ongoing pandemic.
All the information regarding the application profiles and submission process here.
We hope you find this information helpful. If you need further information do not hesitate to contact us through the contact information at the footer of this website.