Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Deadline for compulsory registration prior to enrolment to Pre-examination 2019: 2 April 2018

The Exam Secretariat posted a new notice, dated 6 March 2018, about the compulsory registration under Rule 28 IPREE prio to enrolment for the pre-exam.

If you want to enrol for the Pre-Exam 2019, you must have registered by 2 April 2018 at the latest.

(Also see the earlier notice in OJ EPO 2017, A78 (29.09.2017), indicating that the request for registration must have bene made at the latest by 1 January of the year in which candidates intend to enrol for the pre-examination, i.e. by 1 january 2018 for Pre-Exam 2019).

The new notice reads:

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6 March 2018

Notice from the Examination Secretariat for the European Qualifying Examination (EQE) 

Deadline for compulsory registration prior to enrolment to Pre-examination 2019

Candidates must register once they have commenced their professional training (Article 11(2) REE). Enrolment to the pre-examination 2019 will only be open for candidates who have registered before the start of the enrolment period (enrolment from 3 April 2018 until 4 June 2018), thus by 2 April 2018 at the latest. Therefore, only duly registered candidates will be granted access to the enrolment portal for the pre-examination. 

In addition, all supporting documents must be provided within 10 days after filing the request for registration. These documents must be complete and fully sufficient to substantiate the request.

Enrolment for the pre-examination 2019 will not be possible for candidates whose request for registration are still incomplete or where further consultation is required. 

It is solely the responsibility of candidates to ensure the early and timely submission of such requests and all necessary documents. For this reason candidates are strongly advised to register immediately upon commencement of training activities.

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Further information can be found on the EQE website and in our earlier blog post.

2 comments:

  1. I hope some persons will sue this rule before the german court.
    This rule tends to impige more and more on people freedom.
    Everybody knows that talking of professional training is totally irrelevant.
    People just get a job for living and NOT for training for EQE.

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