Please note: The below information is updated regularly – August 14, 2020 last update. We encourage you to check back for updates.
During this unprecedented time, Learn International is working closely with our university partners, students and providers on how to maneuver to adapt to COVID-19 with all programming.
We are updating our terms and conditions (refund and cancellation policies) for future study abroad travel and will remain as flexible as possible with dates and deadlines.
As the current crisis plays out it is forcing rapid changes to regulations in many countries in which Learn International provides programming. Please know and trust, that we will make every effort to continue help students study abroad and build the supports for successful experiences now and into the future.
We monitor COVID-19 regularly through the CDC (Center for Disease Control), the EDCD (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) , WHO (World Health Organization), HSE and The US Department of State – Travel Advisory and other relevant organisations.
Students traveling to other locations, must speak with an LI Coordinator about questions related to quarantine. Please research and review each country’s regulations in relation to quarantine and vaccination requirements.
We strongly recommend that you are vaccinated prior to your study abroad programme.
While your LI Coordinator will help guide students as much as possible, ultimately it is the responsibility of the student to know the regulations prior to departure.
As with everything in life study abroad programming/travel comes with inherent risks. Here’s what we’re doing to reduce risk and make your programme as safe as we possibly can.
For programmes starting 2020:
Please note: All students participating on a Learn International programme should obtain international health insurance and travel insurance that covers both cancellation and medical treatment required due to COVID-19.
Please note: All refund requests require the following documentation:
All cancellations from 61+ days prior to the start of your programme will be subject to the following refund schedule:
All cancellations between 31-60 days from the start of your programme will be subject to the following refund schedule:
All cancellations after 30 days to the start of your programme will be subject to the following refund schedule:
*Not all programmes have separate housing deposits – these typically apply to Semester Abroad and Summer School programmes.
We work closely with your university on each of the above programmes. Please contact your university for refund and cancellation policies.
Our standard refund schedule applies.
Other things to note:
Please do talk to your Coordinator should you have any queries about our COVID-19 refund schedule
STEP 1: Isolate yourself from other people – this means going into a different, well-ventilated room, with a phone so you can ring a doctor.
STEP 2: Phone a General Practitioner/Physician (Primary Care Doctor) or call emergency services – for emergencies in EUROPE – dial 112.
STEP 3: In a medical emergency or if you have severe symptoms dial 112 emergency services.
Ele took a chance and went to Galway for the weekend with the hope that the weather wouldn’t be too rough to travel to the Aran Islands. The risk paid off and she had a beautiful time!
A small journal of my first week in Dublin: how to work remotely while self-quarantined in a room.
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