The University does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status or physical disability.
Teaching is performed under the credit system in modules.
Students have to fulfill all the requirements of a certain module in order to enter the next one. This means that a given number of credits have to be acquired in different types of courses each module:
Compulsory Elective Courses,
Elective Courses and
Students are provided a detailed suggested study plan at the time of registration.
Term Mark (gyakorlati jegy) -- continuous testing of practical knowledge, 5‑grade system
Evaluation (beszámoló) -- evaluation of the subject matter of one semester in 5‑grade system
Examination (kollokvium) -- evaluation of the subject matter of one semester in 5‑grade system
Comprehensive Exam (szigorlat) -- evaluation of the subject of one, two or more semesters in 5‑grade system
Preliminary Exam (elővizsga) -- evaluation of the subject matter of one semester in 5-grade system
5 (jeles) Excellent
4 (jó) Good
3 (közepes) Accepted
2 (elégséges) Passed
1 (elégtelen) Failed
Fall Semester: beginning of September through end of January
Spring Semester: beginning of February through beginning of July
Fall Semester: beginning of October through end of January
Spring Semester: beginning of February through end of May