Number of vaccines administered at Semmelweis University - 26. September 2021
392349 Total vaccines

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

How do I get a Student card?

Read the detailed information for the students of all faculties – Student Card Request (pdf)

How do I get my class schedule for the next term?

You can check your schedule in your Neptun under Studies/Class schedule after subject registration.

What are the opening hours of the Division of the English Language Programs?

The Directorate is closed until further notice.
Until then, you can receive help by e-mail or by phone.
If you need to come in person, please send a request to your registrar to schedule an appointment in advance (minimum 1-2 working days).

Regular opening hours:

Monday

13.00-15.00

Tuesday

13.00-15.30

Wednesday

closed

Thursday

9.30-12.00

Friday

10.00-12.00

Where can I find the Division of the English Language Programs?

EOK (Basic Medical Science Center) 37-47 Tűzoltó utca, 1st Floor, room 1.604 a.

Accomodation

Does Semmelweis University provide any dormitories?

As the dormitory spots are limited and only available on the basis of social and financial needs you have to apply for it.
Information is available here:
Student’s Union – DORMITORY COMMITTEE

Please be informed that the Commitee makes the decisions only in August. This might be a bit late for you if you are a freshman and obliged to have a visa for entering Hungary.

How to find an apartment?

Semmelweis Housing helps you to find your new home.
You may find more detailed information here: Semmelweis Housing

Do I need to have an offical address in Hungary?

If you are a student coming from outside the EU & EEA region, you will need an official address in Hungary to obtain a Residence Permit. And just like everybody else, you would have to live somewhere during your studies. Renting your apartment is your responsibility and rental prices vary according to personal needs.

Where are Semmelweis University campus buildings located?

Most of Semmelweis University’s campus buildings are located in the 8th and 9th districts of Budapest, therefore, it is convenient to look for an apartment in these districts or in the neighbouring ones. Prices range from about 230 Euro/room and about 400 Euros/studio in the central districts of Budapest.
You may watch our short video series about Semmelweis campus: Showtime – The finest campus

Does Semmelweis University offer any accomodations in the neighborhood of the campus?

Let us offer you the Dean’s College Hotel, which is just across the street of EOK building (Basic Medical Science Center).

‘Dean’s College Hotel is looking for bright, brave and beautiful young minds aroundthe world.
Just be your amazing self and let the Dean take care of everything else. Apply if youare studying in Budapest!
Apartments are located right next to the building of SE EOK and include everything that you can expect from your new home in Budapest: these cosy apartments come with a single, a twin or queen bed, an in-room bathroom, a fully equipped kitchenette and much more.
This modern furnished apartment all-inclusive rate includes:

  • high-speed wi-fi, heating, air conditioning, all utility,
  • study lounges, free gym, rooftop terrace,
  • 24/7 security and reception services, resident manager and on-site technician,
  • strong community – with 418 apartments; you will find your BFF.

For more information check out their website: www.deanscollegehotel.com.

You may also check the presentation of Dean’s College Hotel.

Where can I find more detailed information on the neighborhood of the university?

Most of Semmelweis University’s campus buildings are located in the 8th and 9th districts of Budapest. You can check the following links for more detailed information about the neighborhood of the campus.
District 8:
https://www.offbeatbudapest.com/budapest-city-guide/neighborhoods/jozsefvaros-district-8/
District 9:
https://www.offbeatbudapest.com/budapest-city-guide/neighborhoods/ferencvaros-district-9/

You may find more details about Hungary and the life in Budapest and so much more… on this site: https://www.offbeatbudapest.com/budapest-city-guide/

Application and Admission

How can I apply to Semmelweis University?

You can apply to our General Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences (English Language) programs via SEMAPHOR online application site.

When is the application deadline?

The deadline of application is usually the 31st of May in each year for the upcoming academic year.

What documents do I need to upload to SEMAPHOR?

You need to upload your:

  • Matriculation / School Leaving Certificate from an accredited high school / senior secondary school. These documents usually have a registration number, which should be recorded in the education field of the profile page. If you are in your final year and have not yet received this certificate, you can still submit your application and take the entrance examination. The final deadline for uploading the Matriculation Certificates is the 21st of August. (Note: Delayed presentation of the document, i.e. after enrollment, can be claimed only with due justification, but the enrolled student’s legal student status is terminated if the Matriculation / School Leaving Certificate is not presented at the Registrars’ Office before the 30th day of the semester.)
  • Curriculum Vitae (Resume) in English.
  • Motivation letter.
  • Copy of passport (or ID card for citizens of Schengen Area member countries).
  • Passport photo.
  • Medical Certificate – Certification that the applicant is physically and mentally able to complete higher educational studies, and does not suffer from chronic or infectious diseases is requested from the successful applicants for the acceptance of an offered admission. The certificate downloaded from the University’s website (http://semmelweis.hu/english/files/2019/01/Medical_certificate_sample_20190_SEMAPHOR.pdf) should be issued within 90 days before the date of uploading.

What are the requirements for the Resume (CV)?

There are no special requirements regarding the CV.

May I upload a recommendation letter? Is it possible to send it directly to the University by one of my teachers?

Yes, you can upload one or more recommendation letter(s) to SEMAPHOR into the ’other’ field at each training program on the Application page.

Yes, your teacher(s) can send the recommendation letter(s) directly to Semmelweis University to the following e-mail address: admission@semmelweis-univ.hu. Please note that in such case, your recommendation letter will be uploaded as a classified document, i.e.,it will remain hidden from you, and will only be accessible to the Admission Team and the Admission Board.

Is there a GPA minimum requirement for application or admission?

There is none. For admission to the English Language Programs of Semmelweis University, an entrance examination has to be taken. The decision is based on the candidate’s biography, previous studies and performance, and primarily on the assessment of the entrance examination.

Can I apply under the age of 18?

No, you can not. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the end of the calendar year of application, and preferably under the age of 30.

Do you accept applicants with Hungarian citizenship?

Hungarian citizens are welcome to join our Hungarian Language Programs only. Based on the position of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology, dual citizens may apply to our English Language Programs too.

Can a parent, teacher or friend discuss my application with the University?

According to GDPR, we are not authorized to share our applicants’ personal data with third parties. Nevertheless, the applicants may involve their relatives in their correspondence with the University.

How can I pay the application procedure fee?

You can pay the application procedure fee by credit card or bank transfer.

What kind of entrance examination do I need to take?

The complex (written and oral) entrance examinations are organized by Semmelweis University, and conducted by its professors. You can find the details on our website under entrance examination.

Are any standardized tests acceptable instead of the entrance examination?

No, they are not.

What should I study for the entrance examination?

You can find the topic lists of the entrance examination along with the recommended books on our website under entrance examination.

How many places do you have for Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences?

The number of students to be admitted to each faculty is determined by the rector in each year. Regarding this matter, please contact us at admission@semmelweis-univ.hu.

What do you expect from an applicant? What kind of applicants are you looking for?

We are looking for highly motivated students with a strong basic knowledge in natural sciences and an English language proficiency, who are determined to become experts in the field of Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmaceutical Sciences.

When will I receive the decision letter?

The decision is made by the Admission Board within a week after the examination, and the decision letter is sent immediately afterwards.

What does the waiting list mean?

If an applicant is placed on the waiting list it means that the performance at the entrance examination was not good enough to get admitted straight away, yet the Admission Board is ready to reconsider his/her admission if vacant student positions are available at the end of the admission period.

Are campus tours offered?

Currently, there are no publicly available campus tours for the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences. We suggest you to send your inquiry to admission@semmelweis-univ.hu as well as to check our virtual campus tour at https://semmelweis.hu/wp-content/virtualis-seta/ and our YouTube channel with the short series of Showtime videos.

Do I need to learn Hungarian?

Hungarian Language as a subject is included in the curricula of our English language training programs. Starting in the preclinical modules, our students meet Hungarian patients at the Polyclinics of Semmelweis University.

Does Semmelweis University provide any accommodations, dormitories for its students?

Regarding accommodation, please check the website of Semmelweis Housing. The university does not provide dormitory rooms for the students of self financed programs. However, you may send your inquiry to the Students’ Union.

Does Semmelweis University provide any scholarships in the English Language Programs?

Although Semmelweis University does not provide scholarships in the English Language Programs of General Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Hungarian State provides Stipendium Hungaricum and Hungarian Diaspora scholarships to our applicants. We suggest you to visit these websites and that of Tempus Public Foundation, the organizer of these scholarships.

Once I obtain my Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, am I licensed to practice medicine?

Different legal regulations apply in each country to licensing with a medical degree and to the conditions required for different medical activities.

Once I obtain my Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) degree, am I licensed to practice as a dentist?

Different legal regulations apply in each country to licensing with a degree in dentistry and to the conditions required for different dental activities.

Once I obtain my Pharm. D. degree, am I licensed to work?

Different legal regulations apply in each country to licensing with a Pharm. D. degree and to the conditions required for different pharmacological activities.

Aptitude Test

What is the Aptitude Test?

Any person contributing to healthcare services while on student status has to attend an Aptitude Test. You will only be able to pursue healthcare related professional activities if you have a valid aptitude certificate. The Aptitude Test is a prerequisite to start the Summer Practice, start Gynecology or Pediatrics and attend the terminal board exam. You need to do some blood tests, chest X-ray and fill out some documents. The Aptitude Test is completed when the Health Record Booklet is filled out by the Occupational Health Service or your family doctor.

Where can I do the Aptitude Test?

You are allowed to do the tests abroad (i.e., out of Hungary) or at the Polyclinics of Semmelweis University.

What kind of tests are required?

  • Complete blood test:
      • Blood sedimentation rate
      • Complete blood count
      • Glucose
      • Cholesterol
      • HDL cholesterol
      • LDL cholesterol
      • Triglycerides
      • Total bilirubin
      • Uric acid
      • Creatinine
      • Urea
      • GOT
      • GPT
      • GGT
      • LDH
      • Sodium
      • Potassium
      • Iron
      • Transferrin
  • Hepatitis B and C antibody titer.
  • Fresh urine and sediment test.
  • Chest X-ray.
  • Stool bacteriology:
    Salmonella, Shigella, Yersinia, Campilobacter.
    PCR – enteropathogen E. coli strains (molecular evaluation of pathogeny markers).
  • VDRL (Lures serology) – Serology for Treponema pallidum.

Do not forget to fill out the necessary documents and present the results at the Occupational Health Service or to your family doctor who fills out the Health Record Booklet. Please ask your registrar to send you a copy of the Health Record Booklet if you intend to have it filled out by your family doctor.

How much do students need to pay for a medical check-up at the Polyclinics of Semmelweis University?

It is free of charge.

How can I get an appointment for the medical check-ups and to the Occupational Health Service?

You can sign up in your Neptun, please see the related video.

 

How can I check the registration of my appointment?

You can check it in your Neptun. Please see the related video.

What kind of medical check-ups will I need to complete for the Aptitude Test?

If you are at the Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences or in the first 4 years at the Faculty of Medicine:

  • Complete blood test + Urine test
  • Hepatitis B and C antibody titer
  • Chest X-ray

If you are in the 5th or 6th year at the Faculty of Medicine:

  • Complete blood test + Urine test
  • Hepatitis B and C antibody titer
  • Stool bacteriology (including enteropathogen E. coli)
  • VDRL (Lures serology) Serology for Treponema pallidum
  • Chest X-ray

How often do I need to be tested for Hepatitis B and C antibody titer?

The test should be repeated every two years.

What should I do if I have never got a Hepatitis B or C vaccination?

Please contact the Health Insurance Call Center for more details. Testing and vaccination are subject to a fee.

Where can I take the laboratory tests?

2nd Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 1082 Budapest, Üllői út 78/A.
Please visit them at 08.00 am.

St. Rókus Hospital, 1085 Budapest, Gyulai Pál utca 2-4.
Please visit them at 9.00 am.

Please keep in mind that the location of your tests depends on your booking.

Where can I take the chest X-ray?

Radiology, 1082 Budapest, Korányi Sándor utca 2.
(Main entrance from the 2nd Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

Where can I find the Occupational Health Service?

Before visiting them please make an appointment at:
https://itc.semmelweis.hu/moodle/course/view.php?id=1559#section-0

Address: 1085 Budapest, Stáhly utca 9., 3rd floor, room 310 – St. Rókus Clinical Building.

How can I access my results?

By default, laboratory and X-ray results are accessible by the Occupational Health Services within a week of your medical examinations. If you wish to receive a printed version of your results for any other purpose, you can request them in person from the laboratory and/or from the radiology a week after your medical examinations.

What kind of documents do I have to fill out for the Aptitude Test?

Please download the relevant documents at:

Medical Check-up documents:

  • Medical history questionnaire
  • Statement on health
  • GP’s statement – your GP has to fill it out & stamp it or call the Insurance Company for help
  • Work Health and Safety Policy

What should I do if I am done with the laboratory tests and chest X-ray?

The aptitude test is completed when the Health Record Booklet is filled out by the Occupational Health Service or your family doctor.

Where can I get the Health Record Booklet?

At the Occupational Health Service. In case your booklet will be filled out by your family doctor, please request an English version of it by e-mail from your registrar.

How long are the medical examinations and the Health Record Booklet valid?

To fill out the Health Record Booklet:

  • Blood tests cannot be older than 3 months;
  • Chest X-ray cannot be older than 1 year;
  • VDRL cannot be older than 1 month;
  • Stool bacteriology must be done maximum 1 month before the clinical practice starts.

The Health Record Booklet is valid for 1 year.

Who is responsible for the Aptitude Test?

The Occupational Health Service. If you have any issues, please contact the Student’s Union (HÖK) or your registrar for academic enquiries of your year.

How can I cancel or change my appointment?

Appointments cannot be rescheduled but they can be canceled. If you are unable to attend a fixed appointment, please cancel it first, and then make a new booking. You can cancel the appointment in your Neptun. Please see the related video.

Average

Am I eligible for a scholarship based on my average?

Tuition fee can be reduced in case of excellent study record.

An application for a reduction in the amount of the tuition fee may be submitted by a student who:

  • has at least one completed semester in the same faculty,
  • completed his/her studies in the first or second semester of the first year and every subsequent semester without interruption with a weighted average of above 4.50,
  • obtained at least 20 credits at the University in the given semester,
  • has completed the compulsory subjects required by the sample curriculum for the given semester,
  • was not exempted from any subjects in the given semester, and
  • no ethical, disciplinary or criminal proceeding has been initiated against him/her by the time of the application.

The reduction of the tuition fee according applies to one semester, and its extent shall be determined by the weighted average of the semester:

  • between 4.51 and 4.99, the reduction is 10%,
  • in case of 5.00, the reduction is 15%.

What is the difference between weighted average and cumulative weighted average?

The weighted average and cumulative weighted average are based on grades given for each course taken and the number of credit hours specified for those courses over the specified period of time (one term for weighted average; more or all terms for cumulative weighted average). The difference between the two is that weighted average is calculated for one semester of the year and cumulative weighted average is based on two or more semesters of the individual.

How do I calculate my average?

Study average means the weighted average, which is a way to measure a student’s academic success in school. The weighted average is calculated from the grades and the credit points belonging to each subject. For each completed course for the previous semester, the number of credit points must be multiplied with the grade received. All subjects are added up and then this amount is divided by the total number of credits collected in the semester.

Example for one semester:

Anatomy:

Basics of Biostatistics and Informatics:

Hungarian Medical Terminology I.:

Basics of Medical Physics:

Medical Chemistry:

Basics of Medical Chemistry:

Medical Terminology:

Physical Education I.

grade of 3 for 9 credits

grade of 4 for 3 credits

grade of 5 for 4 credits

grade of 5 for 3 credits

grade of 4 for 6 credits

grade of 5 for 3 credits

grade of 5 for 2 credits

= 27

 = 12

= 20

= 15

= 24

= 15

= 10

none

∑: 27 + 12 + 20 + 15 + 24 + 15 + 10 = 123

Number of credits earned in the semester: 30
Weighted average from the first semester: 123/ 30 = 4.1

Credits

When and how can be my credits from my previous studies can be recognised by Semmelweis University?

For the exact description, please see the Study and Examination Regulations of Semmelweis University: Article 43 [Credit Recognition]. (page 44)

How many credits do I have to earn per semester?

Please see your semester curriculum in the Calendar. The amount of the required credits are set out by each semester’s curriculum under the curriculum schedule.

Attention!

Training and Examination Regulations Section 26. The certificate of degree (Diploma)
The diploma, the certificate.
1. The credit value of subjects accomplished in other institutions of higher education and recognized by the University in a credit transfer procedure shall not exceed two-thirds of the credits required for the award of the diploma as defined by the qualification requirements.

How many credits do I need to graduate?

General Medicine

360 credits

Dentistry

300 credits

Pharmaceutical Sciences

300 credits

 

Exams

What is the requirement to register for an exam?

A student may only participate in an examination of a subject that he/she has obtained a signature for.

A student may only take a final examination if he/she has fulfilled the prerequisites and obtained the credits of the subjects linked to the final examination as determined in the model curriculum.

When can I register or deregister an exam?

Students may register to an examination until 6.00 a.m. and they may cancel their registration for an examination until 0:00 a.m. on the day of the given examination via NEPTUN.

A unique registration period, which must not be closed sooner than 72 hours before the exam, can be set by the educational-research unit for the oral part of the final examination in NEPTUN system.

The result of an exam has to be administrated by the responsible department in order to be able to register for the retake.

The exam, final exam can be retaken no sooner than on the first calendar day after the failed exam.

What can I do if the exam places are full?

Please contact the responsible Department and ask if they can raise the limit of the exam. If not, please choose another exam date.

What should I do if none of the exam dates fits my schedule?

Please contact the responsible department and ask if they are able to open a new exam date.

How many exam opportunities do I have from a subject?

The student who fails an examination, can attempt to complete the exam two more times during the normal/FM plus the CV registration of the given subject. The student is allowed to have a third retake examination only in one subject per academic year. The student is not allowed to have a fourth retake examination in any subject in the same semester even with special permission.

The university terminates by unilateral statement the student status of a student whose total number of unsuccessful retake and repeated retake examinations in the same subject unit reaches five. This provision applies only to those who have commenced their studies in the relevant program in the fall semester of 2012/2013 or thereafter.
The student may not attend and is not allowed to register for the seventh examination (the sixth retake examination) of the given subject after having failed the exam six times during his/her student status.

How many exam opportunities do I have in a semester or in an academic year?

The student who fails an examination, can attempt to complete the exam two more times during the normal/FM plus the CV registration of the given subject. The student is allowed to have a third retake examination only in one subject per academic year. The student is not allowed to have a fourth retake examination in any subject in the same semester even with special permission.

How many exam dates and places should be opened from a subject?

Educational-research units must provide at least two exam days per week for the oral exam and one exam day per week for the written exam in each course and in each year in every exam period. The exam, final exam can be retaken no sooner than on the first calendar day after the failed exam. A maximum number of students can be set for each examination. The sum of the maximum numbers of students per exam – or per a partial examination in the case of a complex exam – may not be less than twice the number of students who have registered to the course. The overall maximum number of students of all examinations shall be divided so that at least 10% of the places are offered in every week of the examination period.

The committee competent in educational and examinational affairs may also allow the announcement of a smaller overall number of places for the examinations than defined in paragraph (5) until the deadline of the announcement of the examinations, if the educational-research unit so requests. The Vice Dean for Education can approve a smaller number of examinations than defined in paragraph (5) but not less than 4 examination days throughout the entire exam period on the basis of the students’ demand in the case of divided training, and simultaneously informing the Student Council. In both cases, care must be taken to avoid conflicts between the exam days of the compulsory subjects included in the model curriculum of the same semester, and to allow every eligible student to register for and take the examination, as well as to ensure that failed exams can be retaken during the same exam period as many times as is allowed by the regulations.

How can I take a 4th exam?

Please send you request about taking a 4th exam to your registrar at the Directorate of International Studies by email.
Please include your name, Neptun code, the exact name of the subject and your request and do not forget to pay the retake fee.
In case you did not use this possibility in the given academic year yet, the registrar will enter a note to your Neptun profile, that you use your 4th exam chance for the academic year and he/she will register you for the fourth exam.

Can I improve my result obtained at an exam?

The student may modify the result of a previously passed examination by having a retake examination.

The student has the opportunity to improve the result of a successful exam until the end of the exam period. The student must be informed that the result of the examination may be impaired. Additional credit(s) cannot be earned by retaking a successful exam. In case of limited places at the examination, a student registered to retake a failed exam has an advantage over the ones registered to retake a successful exam.

Students willing to retake a failed (partial) exam or to improve the result of a successful (partial) exam of the same examination period should be privileged at the registration to (partial) examinations, which have been formerly announced as retake exams.

Students willing to retake a failed (partial) exam or to improve the result of a successful (partial) exam of the same examination period should be privileged at the registration to (partial) examinations, which have been formerly announced as retake exams.

Can I ask for another examiner for my retake exam?

The student can sit the retake examination before a different examiner or examination committee if so authorized by the head of the educational-research unit on the basis of the student’s duly reasoned written or electronic request addressed and submitted to the head of the educational-research unit no later than three working days before the commencement of the examination. If the head of the educational-research unit is involved in the examination, the appointment of a different examiner can be requested from the Dean of the faculty responsible for teaching the subject.

Do I have to pay for exams?

Retake fee: Only the first exam and the first retake exam is free of charge from a given subject. For every other exam from a subject (3rd to 6th) a retake fee has to be paid.

Missed exam fee: In case a student is absent from a registered exam without leave, the student it obliged to pay a missed exam fee.

Administration fee: In case a student is absent from a registered exam without leave or is unable to provide identification at the exam, the student is obliged to pay an administration fee.

The fees and penalties are listed here.

Do I have to pay a fine in case of my absence from an exam remains uncertified?

Students are obliged to attend the (partial) examination which they have registered to via NEPTUN. If the student fails to do so, his/her performance cannot be evaluated, and – unless the absence is excused – a “did not appear” note has to be recorded to the given (partial) exam in NEPTUN. Unexcused absences have to be counted in the maximum number of exam opportunities of the semester, and the student is obliged to pay a missed exam fee and an exam administration fee, which are specified in the Regulations of Refunds and Allowances.

The fees and penalties are listed here.

How can I pay the fees?

Log on to your Neptun account, go to “Finances”, choose “Payment”, then “Transcribe item”. From the “Payment titles” Choose “Retake exam”, from the “Terms” choose the term of the exam you pay for, then choose the relevant subject from the from the “Subject” list and finally click on “Create item”.

Once the item is created, you can pay it in the same menu by choosing it (checking in the checkbox) and clicking “Pay in”.

You can pay the fees from any bank account. The card used for payment does not need to be the student’s own card.

When should I pay the fees?

Retake fee has to be paid before you take the retake exam.

Missed exam fee and Administration fee has to be paid after the missed exam.

What if I can’t attend an exam or class at the time scheduled?

Students are required by university regulations to present written justification stating the reasons of their absence.  Upon returning to school after an absence, students should report to the department’s office and present a doctor’s note, if their absence was caused by medical reasons. Excuses not provided within 3 days after the missed exam or class will result in the absence being marked as an unexcused absence.

It should be noted that the student will be recorded absent even if s/he is absent for a valid reason such as sickness. In the case of absence with a valid reason, an official document that proves the reason of absence should be provided. The department has the right to reject any document of questionable credibility. If you are sick and cannot take the exam or class, you should telephone your tutor immediately and leave a message for the department office even if this is not the first day of your absence.

The student is obliged to excuse his/her absence from the (partial) examination at the educational-research unit within 3 workdays personally, in writing, electronically or by proxy. The acceptance of the student’s justification is decided upon by the educational research unit and, in case of a debate between the student and the educational-research unit by the committee competent in educational and examinational affairs. If the student excuses his/her absence properly, the examination is considered as though it had not been registered for, and the “did not appear” note is deleted by the educational-research unit.

Once the administration is done by the responsible department and the student paid the concerning fees, he/she can register for another exam date.

How can I enter an exam?

Students are not allowed to take an examination without identifying themselves. Student may identify themselves at the examination by any suitable document, which contains both a signature and a picture. If the student is unable to verify his/her identity, a “did not appear” note has to be recorded on the examination sheet and in NEPTUN, which does not reduce the number of exam opportunities, yet the student is obliged to pay an exam administration fee, which is specified in the Regulations of Refunds and Allowances.

What can I do in case I was unable to pass my exams during the normal examination period? What is EOAY and exam out of exam period?

EOAY:

Students of the undivided medical trainings or master’s degree trainings in health sciences, who are unable to fulfil the examination requirements arising from their student status during the spring semester’s examination period of the academic year may take an examination organized outside the academic year (hereinafter referred to as EOAY). The result of an EOAY shall be considered as that of an examination taken during the spring semester of the academic year. If the institution of higher education has a vacant Hungarian state-funded position, the reclassification decision made by 31 July at the latest shall be reviewed and, if necessary, adjusted in the light of the results of the EOAY.

During EOAY the student may take examinations in any subject as many times as many exam opportunities he/she has left in the given semester.

The application deadline of EOAY is the first working day after the end of the normal examination period.

Exam out of exam period:

Examination after the exam period and in the first week of the subsequent semester can be authorized by the committee competent in educational and examinational affairs. The examination thus completed shall be considered to have been taken during the examination period.

The request has to be submitted to your registrar at the Directorate of International Studies.

When is the EOAY held?

The exam date of the EOAY shall be determined for seven working days from the Tuesday of the week preceding the registration week to the Wednesday of the registration week. The exams must be organized in such a way that all the students concerned can register to and take the exam.

What if I can’t attend an exam or class at the time scheduled?

Students are required by university regulations to present written justification stating the reasons of their absence.  Upon returning to school after an absence, students should report to the department’s office and present a doctor’s note, if their absence was caused by medical reasons. Excuses not provided within 3 days after the missed exam or class will result in the absence being marked as an unexcused absence.

It should be noted that the student will be recorded absent even if s/he is absent for a valid reason such as sickness. In the case of absence with a valid reason, an official document that proves the reason of absence should be provided. The department has the right to reject any document of questionable credibility. If you are sick and cannot take the exam or class, you should telephone your tutor immediately and leave a message for the department office even if this is not the first day of your absence.

Exemption

What is the process of submitting a doctor’s note for Physical Education exemption?

If you are requesting an exemption from physical education due to medical complications that inhibit you from partaking in physical activity for an indefinite time; you then must submit evidence to the Foreign Students’ Secretariat in Hungarian or in English language from a licensed health care practitioner that documents a diagnosis of a temporary physical or mental disability. 

Can I be exempt from Physical Education if I have a gym membership?

No. You will not be exempt because of your gym membership so please do not apply for an exemption on these grounds.

Should I go directly to the department when applying for an exemption?

Yes, except in case of Physical Education, summer practices and First Aid. Physical education medical certificates and certificates/degree proving the completion of summer practices/first aid course must be submitted to the Foreign Students’ Secretariat by registration to both semesters each year. For a physical education exemption you must also submit a letter of request describing your problem in a few words and apply for a permission to be exempted from the subject. The request letter must be addressed to the Foreign Students’ Secretariat.

For other subjects you must first get a blank exemption form from the Foreign Students’ Secretariat. Then, you must show the form and certificate of your previous studies to the competent department, which will be reviewed before granting an exemption from the subject. You need to get your exemption form signed and stamped at the department.

Important: the teacher must indicate the grade for the subject on the form. After having the form completed and stamped, you have to return it to the Foreign Students’ Secretariat for processing. If everything is OK with the form, your registrar will enter the given grade into the Neptun system and indicate it in your grade book. If you successfully complete the above, you have no further obligations regarding that particular subject.

Approved exemptions must be submitted to the Foreign Students’ Secretariat by the start of the semester!

FM/CV

How many times can I register to a subject?

The missing credits of an unaccomplished compulsory course can be obtained no later than in the semester when the subject is re-announced at the second time, except if the student’s status has been suspended.

For example, if you registered to a subject in 2020/2021/1 semester for the first time, you need to finish it in the 2022/2023/1 semester at the latest, except if you were passive in a semester in which the subject was announced as an FM course. However, if you were active and did not register for the subject, it does count towards your registratoin opportunities.

How many retake opportunities do I have from a subject during my studies?

The university terminates, by a unilateral statement, the student status of a student whose total number of unsuccessful retake and repeated retake examinations in the same subject unit reaches five.

You may not attend and is not allowed to register for the seventh examination (the sixth retake examination) of the given subject after having failed the exam six times during his/her student status.

How many retake opportunities do I have in a semester and in an academic year?

There are 3 exam opportunities in each subject per semester (1 exam, and 2 retakes) when the subject is offered as a normal or FM course. In the following semester – when the subject is offered as a CV course – only the remaining chances left from the previous semester can be used. There is a special 4th try once a year (the 3rd retake), which may be used exclusively in 1 chosen subject. After using this 4th exam opportunity in one subject, the student shall not have a 4th try in any other subjects; they also will not be granted “special permission” for a 5th opportunity. Please count your remaining exam opportunities carefully!

For example, if you use 2 exam opportunities for Biophysics II in the 2nd semester, you will have only one remaining opportunity for the retake in the following semester (plus the one extra (4th) chance, if you haven’t used it already in that specific academic year in another subject).

Do I have to fail a course at least once in order to be allowed to take the CV course in the next term?

No. You can roll over all 3 exam opportunities to the following semester and take them as a CV course.

What do the so-called CV and FM exams mean?

CV and FM are abbreviations. CV stands for the Hungarian term „Csak Vizsga”, meaning „Exam only”. The term indicates that the student has already received the signature for taking the course, that is, fulfilled the semester requirements and only the exam is missing, which can be taken in the following semester. The course can be completed in the given semester without the obligation to attend the contact lessons or to fulfill other term-time requirements by using any unused exam opportunities remaining from the semester of the last registration of the original course.

FM stands for the Hungarian term „Felmentett”, meaning „Exempt”. This term also indicates that the subject requirements have been fulfilled and student only needs to take the exam.  The student is not obliged to take the course again, however since the subject is offered again, he/she can decide to do so. (Should the student decide to attend the course again, even though he/she has already fulfilled the requirements, the same rules shall apply to him/her as to those attending the class for the first time (Absence, attendance at classes, etc.)) This qualifies as a course re-registration.

Neptun

Please note that the sections marked as [IMPORTANT] describe the most essential functions of the online educational administration system. So, you are kindly asked to review the information within even if you are already familiar with the Neptun system.

“Several students indicated that Neptun videos on the Semmelweis English Language Programs’ FAQ cannot be played on mobile / MAC computer. This is an existing problem for safari and chrome browsers (mac computers, many cell phones) because of a “third party session cookies” issue in the background.
Solutions:
1. use a computer with Microsoft/Linux OS
2. try to download the video and then play it (iPhone: long tap on the video link)

3. copy the link of the video and paste it into a different browser (except Safari)

1. Where can I find and launch the Neptun online interface?

Make sure that the URL and Neptun logo includes the word ‘Semmelweis’.

Please see the related video.

2. How do I log in for the first time?

Please see the related video.

Login: Neptun ID
(you can find it in the information e-mail or on your Neptun card)
Password: NeYYYYMMDD
(your birth date in the above format Y-year; M-month; D-day)

3. How can I change my password?

If you are unable to login because you forgot your password, you have to send a request to reset your password to one the following e-mail addresses: horvath.ildiko@semmelweis-univ.hu, pekli.andrea@semmelweis-univ.hu, scheicher.judit@semmelweis-univ.hu.

The request e-mail should contain your full name, Neptun code, date of birth and mother’s name.

Please see the related video.

4. [IMPORTANT] Where can I check my personal data and upload additional IDs?

Please note that you have an obligation to update (edit) your personal data within 10 days from any change (e.g., expired documents).

Please see the related video.

5. [IMPORTANT] How can I upload my residency address?

Please note that you have an obligation to update (edit) your personal data within 10 days from any change.

Please use your address card as a reference when entering your address. Do not worry if your keyboard cannot type accented letters.

You will need to wait until your registrar approves your data update request before your newly recorded address will become visible in the Neptun system.

Please see the related video.

6. [IMPORTANT] How can I add my e-mail address and phone number?

By default, you are provided with a university e-mail address to make sure that you receive our Neptun messages via e-mail as well. We suggest that you check your e-mails at least daily to ensure you get all information in time.

We also ask you to provide a Hungarian phone number, so we can reach you in case of lost and found matters or emergencies.

Please see the related video.

7. [IMPORTANT] How can I register for the semester to enable subject registration?

Please note that you will be unable to register for subjects until you have registered to the current semester and your status is set to active. This has to be done as the first step in every semester.

If you wish to take a passive semester, we kindly ask you to complete the registration process during the registration week and set your status to passive.

Please see the related video.

8. [IMPORTANT] How can I register for my subjects?

The video below is just a demonstration of the function. You can check your first semester subject on the below website: https://semmelweis.hu/english/education/english-language-program/study-programmes/

Make sure to check your Neptun card to confirm your GROUP NUMBER and choose your practical courses accordingly.

You have to register to every subject in your designated group.

You are not allowed to change your pre-designated group.

Please register for ALL subjects, even the ones you intend to request exemptions from.

Please see the related video.

9. How can I change courses if I accidentally registered to the wrong one?

Please make sure to register for every subject according your pre-designated group.

You are not allowed to change your pre-designated group.

Please see the related video.

10. How can I drop a subject?

Please see the related video.

11. How can I search for a specific subject?

Please see the related video.

12. Where can I see the available elective courses?

We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the workload caused by your compulsory subjects before attempting to register for any elective subjects.

Some elective subjects may have pre-requisites or only be available for higher year students, which you can confirm with your registrar.

Please see the related video.

13. Where can I check what subjects I am registered to?

Please see the related video.

14. How can I check my completed subjects?

Please see the related video.

15. How can I check my averages (GPA)?

Please see the related video.

16. Where can I check my exemptions, permissions and other official notes?

Please see the related video.

17. How can I change my student status?

We ask that you inform your registrar via e-mail if you wish to change your student status, especially when taking a semester off, or returning from passive status.

You can only change your status for yourself within the registration period. After this period, you can request for your status to be changed to passive by your registrar within 30 days counted from the start of the registration period. After the 30 days have elapsed, your active semester can only be changed to passive through a one-time late de-registration process, which requires the approval of the Study and Examination Committee.

Please see the related video.

 

18. How can I change my training if I changed faculty within the University?

Please see the related video.

19. How can I upload my banking details?

Having a bank account associated with the Neptun system is necessary for obtaining potential allowances and for reverting money transfers from your summary invoice account.

Please see the related video.

20. How can I check the dates for subject or exam registration?

Your registrar will always send out information via Neptun messages regarding upcoming periods but you can check the upcoming periods through the Neptun online interface as well.

Please see the related video.

21. How can I finalise my Student Card application in Neptun?

The below guide is to help you register your NEK-number in Neptun and finalise your application.

For more information about the application process up until this point, please refer to the below guide: https://semmelweis.hu/english/education/english-language-program/english-secretariat/information/ (Student card tab) or https://semmelweis.hu/english/files/2021/01/How-to-obtain-a-new-student-card_updated_20210114.pdf

Please see the related video.

22. How can I check my messages?

Please do not directly reply to messages sent by your registrars via the Neptun client and only reply via e-mail.

You can find our detailed contacts below: https://semmelweis.hu/english/education/english-language-program/detailed-contact/

We suggest logging into Neptun at least once a day to check your messages. Neptun messages will by default also be sent to your Semmelweis e-mail address, so we recommend checking those at least once a day as well, in order to keep up with any new information.

Please see the related video.

23. How can I book/cancel an appointment for Aptitude Tests and the Occupational Health Service?

Please see the related video.

Passive semester

How can I take a passive semester?

The semester is passive and the student’s status is suspended if the student does not register for the semester or withdraws his/her registration or officially declares that he/she does not wish to fulfill his/her student obligations before the 30th day of the term-time. The semester may become passive also if the student is prohibited from continuing to study as a disciplinary measure.

In justified exceptional cases, the committee competent in educational and examinational affairs may, on one occasion during the whole training, authorize the ongoing active semester to be declared passive after the 30th day of the term-time. The application for such a late de-registration should be submitted via email to the registrar by the last day of the term-time, the latest, in a completed special permission request form with the appropriate justification of the reason(s) attached.

How many passive semesters can I take in a row?

Students can take 2 passive semesters in a row. After 2 passive semesters, a student has to register to an active semester or else his/her student status is terminated by dismissal.

A special permission is needed for taking more than 2 passive semesters in a row. Such a request must be duly justified e.g., by a mandatory military service or a severe health condition. The request should be submitted via email to the registrar with all the necessary documents (completed special permission request form with a draft/conscription or medical records) and the permission can be given by the committee competent in educational and examinational affairs.

What about my student rights when I take a passive semester?

Students having a passive semester are not entitled to the rights of active students. (They cannot collect credit points or take any exams, their student card is not valid, etc.)

What do I need to do if I am returning from a leave of absence?

Contact your registrar for procedures regarding returning from an official leave of absence and check your Neptun account on a regular basis. Make sure your tuition fee is paid by the relevant deadline.

What do I need to do if I am planning to take a leave of absence?

If you take a semester off you will need to email your registrar and register for a ’passive’ semester via the Neptun system during the registration period for the next semester. 

For details, please see the Neptun manual.

Prerequisite/corequisite

What is a corequisite?

Corequisistes are courses that must be taken at the same time as normal courses. Registration for corequisites must be done prior to registration for normal courses in the given term. Corequisites are marked with a star symbol in the Calendar of each semester’s curriculum affected (e.g. 3rd and 4th year).

What is a prerequisite?

Prerequisites are courses that must be taken before another course. For example, Medical Chemistry is a prerequisite for Medical Biochemistry I.

Students must successfully complete Medical Chemistry (the prerequisite course) before registering for Medical Biochemistry I. Please note that prerequisites are clearly listed in the curriculum.

Summer practice

When and how do I have to submit the certification on my completed summer practice?

Certificates on a complteted summer practice outside Semmelweis University should be submitted to the Directorate of international Studies, Division of English Language Programs by the latest of the first day of the registration to the next term.
Please note: students are not allowed to proceed to the next year unless the form of completion is submitted to the Directorate of international Studies, Division of English Language Programs before registration.

Please use the downloadable forms at each Faculty.

Compulsary summer practices by Faculties:

year/Faculty

General Medicine

Dentistry

Pharmaceutical
Sciences

1st

Summer Nursing Practice*

(1 month)

(*after 1st or 2nd year)

Summer Dental Assistance Practice

(2 weeks)

Summer Dental Laboratory Practice

(2 weeks)

2nd

Summer Practice I.

(4 weeks)

3rd

Summer Internal Medicine Practice

(1 month)

Summer Dento-Alveolar Practice

(1 week)

Summer Practice II.

(4 weeks)

4th

Summer Surgery Practice

(1 month)

Summer General Dentistry Practice

(4 weeks)

 

How can I apply for the approval of the place of the summer practice?

1. Summer practice at an Institution/Clinic of Semmelweis University

No approval is needed in this case. To organize your practice and ensure that you will be accepted you should contact the relevant Institution/Clininc and speak with your tutor.
Please note: Semmelweis University Departments require that you do a special registration via Neptun for their summer practice course(s). About details and departmental regulations, please consult your tutor.

2. Summer practice at an Institution/Clinic outside of Semmelweis University

Approval of such summer practice is needed beforehand, and a certificate on completition must be submitted before registration to the next term.
In the Member States of the European Union (and in Switzerland and Norway), clinical practice is accepted and recognised if it is earned at state-accredited university clinics or teaching hospitals.
Clinical pratice outside the EU can only be done in case they were accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (MAB).
Please contact your registrar for details with specifices.

Transcript

What is a transcript? How do I request my transcript?

The transcript is an official statement of all results achieved through study at Semmelweis University as of the date of printing. You cannot have a transcript until all grades are posted in the Neptun student information system by the departments. It is the department’s responsibility to upload the exam results to the Neptun system.

Transcript requests must be made in writing. Inquiry of requesting your transcript has to be made via e-mail (to your registrar). The document will be sent back to you via e-mail. If you also need the original hard copy of it, please indicate in your inquiry. Processing of transcript requests takes approximately 5 business days. However, during certain times of the year there will be a slight delay, 2-3 days, due to the heavy volume of requests. The fee for the transcript must be paid for prior to the issuance of the transcript(s). Please be sure to allow sufficient processing time for your request.

Please note: the university may discontinue or suspend this service at any time without notice if the fee for the transcript is not paid.

* Dean’s recommendation letter: If you would like to receive a Dean’s recommendation letter the inquiry has to be made at least a week before you need to receive it!

Tuition fee

Am I eligible for a scholarship based on my average?

Tuition fee can be reduced in case of excellent study record.

An application for a reduction in the amount of the tuition fee may be submitted by a student who:

  • has at least one completed semester in the same faculty,
  • completed his/her studies in the first or second semester of the first year and every subsequent semester without interruption with a weighted average of above 4.50,
  • obtained at least 20 credits at the University in the given semester,
  • has completed the compulsory subjects required by the sample curriculum for the given semester,
  • was not exempted from any subjects in the given semester, and
  • no ethical, disciplinary or criminal proceeding has been initiated against him/her by the time of the application.

The reduction of the tuition fee according applies to one semester, and its extent shall be determined by the weighted average of the semester:

  • between 4.51 and 4.99, the reduction is 10%,
  • in case of 5.00, the reduction is 15%.

What are the banking details of Semmelweis University for tuition fee payment in USD?

If you are a student already and you have your Neptun ID (code) you may use the following summary invoice to pay your tuition fee (in USD):

Account holder: Semmelweis University
Account Number (IBAN): HU69 11763842 00883018 00000000
Bank name: OTP Bank
Bank address: Nádor utca 6., 1051 Budapest, Hungary
SWIFT code (BIC): OTPVHUHB

Please keep in mind that the USD summary invoice can only settle USD payment items.

To be identified, the student’s Neptun ID (code) must be entered in the comment field when making the transfer: e.g. NK-123ABC (NK = Neptun Kód)

What is the address of the bank, which has to be used for wire transfer?

Bank name: OTP Bank
Bank address: Nádor utca 6., 1051 Budapest, Hungary

What are the features of the use of the summary invoice?

  • The amount transferred will appear in Neptun on the next working day, which will be entered into Neptun as a free balance according to the student’s Neptun code, as long as it is not linked to a payment item, the student can withdraw the amount back to his/her own account number or keep a free balance in the summary invoice for the expenses incurred.
  • To be identified, the student’s Neptun ID (code) must be entered in the comment field when making the transfer: e.g. NK-123ABC (NK = Neptun Kód)
  • There is further action to be done with the amount transferred to the summary invoice: the payment item must be linked to the available balance.
  • The linking can be done in the same way as a regular Neptun payment, except that the student can also choose to pay by the summary invoice payment method in the options available after selecting the pay function. If you choose the summary invoice payment method, you can pay the amount of the payment item from the available balance.

How can I request a company invoice?

Please fill out the ‘Invoice claimant‘ form and send it to the following e-mail address: neptun.penzugyiosztaly@semmelweis-univ.hu.

Am I eligible for a reduction of the tuition fee/allowance for extra work?

Tuition fee can be reduced/allowance can be given in the following cases:

1. Excellent study record

An application for a reduction in the amount of the tuition fee may be submitted by a student who:

  • has at least one completed semester in the same faculty,
  • completed his/her studies in the first or second semester of the first year and every subsequent semester without interruption with a weighted average of above 4.50,
  • obtained at least 20 credits at the University in the given semester,
  • has completed the compulsory subjects required by the sample curriculum for the given semester,
  • was not exempted from any subjects in the given semester, and
  • no ethical, disciplinary or criminal proceeding has been initiated against him/her by the time of the application.

The reduction of the tuition fee according applies to one semester, and its extent shall be determined by the weighted average of the semester:

  • between 4.51 and 4.99, the reduction is 10%,
  • in case of 5.00, the reduction is 15%.

2. Registered subjects

  • A student who registered for a maximum of one normal or FM (exempted) course in a given semester may receive a 50% reduction in the tuition fee – regardless of the number of CV (exam only) exam courses registered.
  • A 3rd, 4th or 5th year student of Dentistry are exempted upon request from paying the material fee, which is paid beyond the tuition fee, if he/she does not register for any of the specialization subjects defined by the Faculty in the given semester as a normal (i.e., not CV or FM) course.

3. Clinical practice (Faculty of Medicine only)

Medical students may receive a 20% discount on their annual tuition fee if they spend the entire permitted period of the 6th year’s clinical practice abroad (except for the obligatory internships at the University – if any). The acceptance declarations of the foreign training institutes must be attached to the application.

4. Teaching Assistant (TA) activity

Students whose application for teaching assistant work has been accepted by the department and the Dean of the Faculty may be eligible for an allowance of 300 USD if the below criteria are met:

  • The student applies for teaching assistance work starting from the first semester of the academic year and
  • the contract of their assignment is written out for 10 months.

You can find more information about teaching assistance work application below: https://semmelweis.hu/english/education/english-language-program/english-secretariat/information/ (T.A. APPLICATION tab)

5. Community work

Regarding community work you may contact ISSA (International Semmelweis Students Association).

How can I ensure full payment of the tuition fee on time by bank transfer?

To ensure full payment, please consider that a transfer fee is usually applied when sending money by bank transfer. When transferring the exact amount for the tuition fee, a transfer fee might be deducted from that amount, rendering your tuition fee deficient. Therefore, please contact your home bank prior to transferring the tuition fee and find out whether the bank deducts a transfer fee from the transferred amount. If yes, please pay the transfer fee in addition to the tuition fee.

Payment by wire transfer:
all payments can be made by wire transfer to Semmelweis University’s below bank account. Payments have to be made in USD.

Account details of Semmelweis University are as follows:
Account holder: Semmelweis University
Account Number (IBAN): HU69 11763842 00883018 00000000
Bank name: OTP Bank
Bank address: Nádor utca 6., 1051 Budapest, Hungary
SWIFT code (BIC): OTPVHUHB

To be identified, the student’s Neptun ID (code) must be entered in the comment field when making the transfer: e.g. NK-123ABC (NK = Neptun Kód)

Please note that the above bank account can be used only for those who already have their Neptun ID!

It is your responsibility to ensure timely and full payment of your tuition fee. It is important for you to keep in mind that checking whether the tuition fee has been paid properly is your responsibility. You are recommended to contact your registrar each term before the payment deadline to find out whether the tuition fee has arrived without any problem.

When is my tuition fee due?

Generally:
Fall semesters: 31st of August
Spring semesters: 31st of January

The current deadlines of payment are announced by the registrars before the beginning of every semester.

Rules regarding tuition fee payment and penalty.

  • Students have one month (counted from the first day of the semester) for paying the tuition fee of the given semester without penalty. (Please note that students cannot get a student certificate, a valid insurance or validation of their student card until their tuition fee is completely settled.)

  • After the semester’s first month has passed, the tuition fee can be paid with a default penalty of 500 USD.

  • The latest deadline for paying the tuition fee and penalty is the last day of the study period. (Please note that students cannot register for any exam until their tuition fee plus penalty are completely settled.)

  • If the above final deadline is missed, i.e. the tuition fee plus penalty are not settled by the end of the study period, the tuition fee for the current semester can no longer be paid, student’s status will remain active, but every signature acquired and every grade earned by the student during the semester will be deleted. The student’s status remains active means that the debt remains to be made up before the registration to any other active semesters. The status cannot be changed to passive after the end of the teaching term, and the tuition fee of an active semester cannot be remitted.

  • The student is unable to register for a new active semester until the debt has been settled in full.

Please take the above rules and deadlines seriously as they will be strictly enforced.

How much is the tuition fee per semester?

All continuing students will remain on the same fee rate as when they first enrolled in the program. Students who take a semester off, failed a year, or transferred from another university has to pay the tuition fee of that specific year they rejoin the program. This rule is valid from 2019.

The tuition fee is determined by the year of enrollment to the Program. Students who complete their studies continually (without failing a year) pay the same tuition fee every year (see the table below). Students who repeat a year due to failure or a passive semester, and students transferred from another university have to pay the tuition fee according to the year of enrollment at the course they are joining. Eg. a student enrolled in 2015/2016 academic year and failed a semester has to pay the tuition fee of those enrolled in 2016/2017.

year of enrollment/

Faculty

General Medicine

Dentistry

Pharmaceutical Sciences

2021.

9 100 USD

9 100 USD

6 000 USD

2020.

9 100 USD

9 100 USD

6 000 USD

2019.

9 100 USD

9 100 USD

6 000 USD

2018.

9 100 USD

9 100 USD

6 000 USD

2017.

9 100 USD

9 100 USD

6 000 USD

2016.

9 100 USD

9 100 USD

6 000 USD

2015.

8 950 USD

8 950 USD

6 000 USD

2014.

8 750 USD

8 750 USD

6 000 USD

2013.

8 750 USD

8 750 USD

6 000 USD

2012.

8 500 USD

8 500 USD

6 000 USD

2011.

8 200 USD

8 200 USD

6 000 USD

2010.

8 000 USD

8 000 USD

6 000 USD

2009.

7 200 USD

8 000 USD

5 800 USD

2008.

6 100 USD

6 600 USD

5 400 USD

2007.

6 100 USD

5 400 USD

5 400 USD

2006.

6 100 USD

5 400 USD

5 400 USD

 

Students taking just one normal, exempted “FM” or one exam course “CV” in a semester pay ~50% of their semester tuition fee.
Please note: The permission can be granted upon the student’s written request that has to be handed in at the Directorate of International Studies, Division of the English Language Programs before starting the semester!