Documents for all Faculties



How to obtain a new student card

To obtain a new student card, you must first have an official photo taken and provide your official signature at Központi Okmányiroda (Central Document Office).

Address: 1133 Budapest, Visegrádi utca 110-112.

Opening hours:
Monday: 8:00 – 20:00
Tuesday: 8:00 – 20:00
Wednesday: 8:00 – 20:00
Thursday: 8:00 – 20:00
Friday: 8:00 – 20:00
Saturday: 8.00 – 14.00
Sunday: 8.00 – 14.00

You must take your residence permit and passport with you to the Központi Okmányiroda.

  • There you will be given a NEK (Nemzeti Egységes Kártyarendszer) datasheet. This form has a 16-character identification number in the upper right corner.

  • Log on to your Neptun site, go to ’Administration’ and click on ’Student Card request’ in the drop-down list. A smileywill warn you not to add the hyphens when typing in your 16 character NEK identifier into yellow text box!

  • Click on the grey tab ’Add new’ and type your 16 character NEK identifier into the blank called ’NEK azonosító’

  • then choose ’Demand type’. Check that your permanent (home) address is correct and appears in the ’Street, number’ text box.

  • Write your addresses on the NEK datasheet (temporary and home) if it is not in the Neptun.

  • Please bring the NEK datasheet to the Directorate of International Studies – Division of English Language Programs during opening hours.

  • If the above has been completed, we will begin to process the student card application. The plastic card takes about 6 months to be produced after being ordered from the Directorate of International Studies – Division of English Language Programs. You will need to use the temporary, A4-format certificate until you receive your official card.

  • You have to renew your temporary certificate every 2 months.

Student Card Information (pdf)



A basic health insurance for Hungary is a prerequisite for registration at the University.

A special insurance is provided for our students, and its fee is included in the tuition fee. The service includes an English speaking call center, GP-service and treatment at the Polyclinics and Clinics of Semmelweis University. As long as you pay your tuition fee each semester and you are a registered active student, this insurance is automatically renewed until the end of your studies. The Hungarian health insurance provided by the University is only valid from the date of enrolling at the University.

The health insurance is automatically suspended, if the student registers for a passive semester.

Product Information (pdf) 

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In case of accident or emergency please call: 112



Our enrolling students of all the three faculties need to get their aptitude test certified in a Health Record Booklet. To expedite the process, we encourage everyone to undertake the following medical examinations in advance, bring the test results with them, and present the documents at the Occupational Health Service (see below).

  • Complete blood + urine test

  • Hepatitis B antibody titer

  • Chest X-Ray

Please download the relevant documents and fill them out:

Medical Check up:

The aptitude test is completed when the Health Record Booklet is filled out by the Occupational Health Service. (Availability on weekdays between 8.30 and 12.15 at Budapest, Üllői út 22., 1st floor.)

The latest deadline for completing the Health Record Booklet is the last day of the training term before the examination period. (Please note that students will not be allowed to register for any exam until their Health Record Booklet is completed.)


Should you have any further questions please contact Ms. Tímea Kapisinszky.



Information for 2019/2020 autumn semester on INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL MEDICINE

Attandance sheets separated by groups (please keep in mind that these group numbers are for Medical students. You can join any group, which fits to your schedule).