The most important elements of education are the following:
Each course having double lectures is worth 7,5 ECTS. Those having one time occasion per week are worth 3 ECTS. In order to successfully finish a course and gaining credit value it is compulsory to successfully pass the different assessment elements (exercise, participation on lectures, presentation…) and the final examination. Please check the syllabus of each course carefully for details.
Generally there are two 1,5 hours lectures per subject each week where the lecturer presents the topic in an interactive environment. Please note that it is compulsory to be present at least 75% of the classes.
Homework and study materials are usually published on the faculty’s online learning platform of the Neptun registration system. Students are expected to prepare these tasks at home. The solutions are discussed between teacher and student in class. The exercise can be part of the final evaluation.
Most of the lectures have group work activities during the semester. Students are expected to prepare these tasks outside of the classroom. In class the solutions are discussed or being presented during the last day of class. The group work is part of the final evaluation.
During the semester you might have to take tests or one/two midterm exams and you will have to pass a written exam at the end of the semester. In order to take the final examination it is required to pass all assessment elements comprising 20% of the total performance. For more information please check the syllabus carefully. Examinations are held at the end of the scheduled lecture period in each semester followed by one re-examination opportunity
Internship is compulsory to be completed in order to be able to defend your thesis and acquire the Hungarian degree in the 7th semester. It can be started with completed 155 credits after the 6th semester.
Regulations of Professional Practice (Internship)
Presentation about the compulsory internship (2018/2019 academic year)
Faculty offered internship positions (2018/2019 academic year)