Information about the academic year 2019/2020
The first semester of the academic year 2019/2020 starts on the 9th of September. The teaching system of even and odd weeks will be abolished in this academic year.
I am pleased to welcome you in the name of the Sports Center of Semmelweis University. Please read the following information carefully about obtaining the signature for Physical Education lessons. The sports education timetable is available at http://www.semmelweis.hu/sportkozpont/orarend
- Physical Education I – IV is a compulsory subject
The Physical Education I. subject can only be completed in the form of regular physical education lessons in accordance with the timetable.
- Physical education
In order to obtain a signature, students should actively participate for at least 9 occasions (regardless of the number of lesson-free days). Only two missed lessons can be made up afterwards. Make up lessons can be done in the week immediately after the end of the semester in two occasions. One make up lesson can be accomplished on a weekday from 8:00 to 14:00 after having registered an appointment in the Neptune system.
The subjects Physical Education II – IV can be completed as part of regular Physical Education lessons or as taking part in sports trainings.
- Physical education lesson
In order to obtain a signature, students should actively participate for at least 9 occasions (regardless of the number of lesson-free days). A maximum of two missed lessons can be made up in the week immediately after the end of the semester on a weekday from 8:00 to 14:00 after having registered an appointment in the Neptune system.
Trainings are offered to students with prior knowledge of certain sports, if they already have the special equipment (e.g.: for hockey), if necessary. This means that students should take part in a 90-minute-long activity twice a week and should take part in matches. Trainings are usually held in evening hours.
Types of sport trainings: There are 5 sports included in the Medical Cup, which are the following: handball, basketball, football, volleyball and water polo. The other possible sport types are the following: hockey, women’s football, cheer dancing and cheerleading.
In order to obtain a signature you should actively participate in trainings for at least 15 times. This number can be reduced by participating in championships (Medical Cup is worth 2 trainings, University Championship is worth 3 trainings).
If a student misses a training, there is no possibility to do make up lessons afterwards.
- Criteria for obtaining a signature for the subjects: Physical education V-XII.
“A”: Free and verifiable sports activities can be chosen and these are indicated in the Neptune system. The presence of students is constantly recorded. The students have to
appear nine times in the sports lessons to obtain the signature. Alternatively, you can obtain the signature by participating in sports trainings, this must be done by being present on 15 occasions at least.
“B”: Students who cannot choose anything from the sports offer (“A”) or who are forced to fulfill the conditions of participation on their own due to a lack of space can register for the “independent sports activity” course as part of the Physical Education course in the Neptune system.
In both cases, a questionnaire is sent to the students through the Neptune system:
– The questionnaire can be filled in from Monday to Sunday in a semester (no entries can be made in advance or afterwards).
– Students must assure themselves that they have completed the questionnaire truthfully.
– For group “B” it is a minimum requirement for the signature that a training of 1 × 60 minutes per week is completed and this is recorded in the questionnaire.
Trainings are offered to students with prior knowledge of certain sports, if they already have the special equipment (e.g.: hockey), if necessary. This means that students should participate in 90 minute-long training activities twice a week and in championships. Trainings are usually held in the evenings.
Training types: Students can participate in any of the 5 sports of the Medical Cup (which are: handball, basketball, football, volleyball and water polo) or in any of the remaining types of sports, which are the following: hockey, women’s football, cheer dancing and cheerleading.
In order to obtain a signature, students should actively participate in 15 occasions at least. This number can be reduced by participating in championships (Medical Cup is worth 2 occasions, University Championship is worth 3 occasions).
There is no possibility to do make up lessons.
• Site of the Physical Education facilities: 1107 Budapest, Zágrábi út 14.
• Sports Lessons based on different kinds of sports (from Physical Education V.)
Aerobics, Step Aerobics Boulder, Functional Training, Ultimate Frisbee Beginner and Advanced, Football course, Women’s Football (trainings are held on artificial grass fields), Salsa, Zumba, Taekwondo, Badminton, Bless You Gym: 1107 Budapest, Zágrábi út 14.
Golf: St.Lőrinc Golf Club, 1238 Bp, Szentlőrinci út 19-21. (Www.lorincgolf.hu)
Yoga 1 -2 and Yoga Lessons at Discount Prices: Forró Jóga Angyalföld, 1139 Bp, Váci út 83. (Above the Laptop Store)
Yoga in the morning: EOK Lobby, 1094 Budapest, Tűzoltó utca 37-47.
Tennis: 1107 bp, Zágrábi út 14. and in winter (15th October – 15th April) 1103 Budapest, Kőér u. 2/a.
Sport hiking trips 1-2: in the Buda hills, on a chosen location before the trip.
Climbing: MÜFAL BME Sportközpont, 1111 Budapest, Bertalan Lajos utca 4 – 6.
Fitness Center: BME ÉL Building 1111 Budapest, Bertalan Lajos utca 4 – 6.
Swimming group: NKE Ludovika Aréna Uszoda, 1083 Budapest, Ludovika tér 2.
Fencing: OSC Vívóterem 1052 Budapest, Semmelweis utca 2.
Handball, basketball, football, volleyball: 1107 Budapest, Zágrábi u. 14th
Cheerdancing: BEAC field 4, 1117 Budapest, Bogdánfy Ödön u 10 / b.
Cheerleading on Mondays: at the gymnasium of Pázmány Péter Catholic University, on the ground floor, 1088 Budapest, Szentkirályi utca 28.
Cheerleading on Wednesdays: Molnár Ferenc Elementary School, Room 17, 1095 Budapest, Mester utca 19.
Water polo: SE Vízilabda Klub, 1124 Bp, Csörsz u. 18. (MOM)
Ice Hockey: Tüske Csarnok 1117 Budapest, Hevesy György út (For actual infos go to semmelweishockeyteam – facebook Trainings: at Thursday 8:30 p.m – 9.30. p.m.)
- Conditions of participation in the sports lessons
Sportswear and sport shoes are required. Shoes have to be changed. The sports activities will begin on the first occasion after the briefing.
• delays, make up lessons
Students who arrive late may not join the class if the class has already started, and the attendance is not recorded.
Recording the attendance of the students
Students must register with the teacher at the beginning and at the end of the lesson. In the first hour, each student receives a card with the Neptune code, name and barcode on it. The students must bring the card on every sports lessons, as electronic registration is based on the card. A registration afterwards is not possible. The replacement of lost cards takes a week.
Exemption from physical education
The exemption of students from Physical Education lessons who participate in the Foreign Language Program must be applied for in the Foreign Student Secretariat, with the exception of the application for recognition of study achievements in sport, which is examined in the sports center.
Students may apply for an exemption who professional athletes. In this case, the student has to show a certificate that proves that he or she is a professional athlete which is signed by the director of the sport federation and has to show another certificate that is signed by the director of the sports club and present these documents with the exemption application form to “Foreign Students’ Secretariat”.
Students applying for an exemption based on their health status must report in the office of dr. György Szilágyi, Clinical Director at the Institute of Forensic Medicine (9th district, Üllői út 93, tel: 215-7300). Complete the exemption form in the Sports Center of Semmelweis University and show this document as well as the last discharge report from the hospital or the last hospital treatment sheet to dr. György Szilágyi, the Specialist at the Director of the Occupational Health Service. Then the student has to submit the exemption form that includes the medical statement of dr. György Szilágyi to the “Foreign Students’ Secretariat” until the 27th of September 2019 for further administration.
If you have any questions related to sport please write us on the following e-mail address email@example.com In urgent cases you can book an appointment and come to our office.
1. Recreational sports
Students of Semmelweis University may swim all year round free of charge with a valid student ID card in the ESMTK swimming pool of Pesterzsébet (1204 Budapest, Zodony u 1. www.esmtkuszoda-pesterzsebet.hu).
Depending on availability, the sports hall and the outdoor sports facilities can be booked in advance at the reception in the sports complex in Zágrábi út. Students of the University and students of the Doctoral School may train for up to 2 hours daily in the hall and on the grass football field by showing a valid student ID card. After the first 2 hours they can use the facilities for 50% of the rental price.
Tennis courts and artificial grass soccer fields can be rented with a valid student ID card with 50% discount.
Reception of the sports center in Zágrábi út, reservation: 06 20 825 0667
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I wish all students a successful school year and I hope they will enjoy their sports activities.
Physical Education and Sport Center