Help videos for the Neptun system
- a) First steps in Neptun
- b) Important to know
- c) Navigation (what do you find where)
- d) All kinds of operations / actions
a) First steps in Neptun
Make sure that the URL (https://neptunweb.semmelweis.hu/…) and Neptun logo includes the word “Semmelweis”:
For first login: 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)
Please change your password after the first login.
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: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
The request e-mail should contain your: – full name, – Neptun code, – date of birth and – mother’s name.
b) Important to know
Please note that you have an obligation to update your personal data within 10 days from any change (e.g., expired documents).
Please note that you have an obligation to update 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.
We use Neptun as the primary ways of communication towards students. You will be informed through the Neptun system regarding your studies or other important information.
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 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.
The video below is just a demonstration of the function.
You can check your first semester subject on the below website:
– Medicine Curriculum – 1st year
– Dentistry Curriculum – 1st year
– Pharmaceutical Sciences Curriculum – 1st year
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.
c) Navigation (what do you find where)
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.
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.
d) All kinds of operations / actions
Please make sure to register for every subject according your pre-designated group. You are not allowed to change your pre-designated group.
Having a bank account associated with the Neptun system is necessary for obtaining potential allowances and for reverting money transfers from your collective invoice account.
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.