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Most asked parts from the Semmelweis University Study and Examination Regulations

We have collected the most frequently asked parts from the Study and Examination Regulations (TVSZ), in which you can search based on hashtags.

Hashtag summary: #absence, #creditrecognition, #deadlineEOAY, #dismissal, #EOAY, #examchance, #exemption, #prerequisite, #posttermexam, #registration, #re-registration, #specialpermission, #SRWP, #suspendedstatus.

The full Study and Examination Regulations is accessible in PDF format here: Semmelweis University Study and Examination Regulations 2022

Most asked parts from Study and Examination Regulations
#dismissal
Article 16 [Suspension and Termination of the Student Legal Status]
(6) A unilateral declaration of dismissal terminates the student legal status:
a) if the student fails to fulfill their obligations described in the Regulations and the curriculum regarding the progress of studies,
b) if the student fails to register for the next semester third time in a row,
c) if the student does not commence studies after the suspension of the student legal status,
d) if the student could not complete a subject at its second repeated announcement, provided that the student has been notified in writing in advance to fulfill their obligation within the time limit specified and has been informed of the legal consequences of the dismissal.

#dismissal
Article 23 [Subject Re-registration]
(1) The missing credits of an unaccomplished compulsory course can be obtained no later than in the semester when the subject is re-announced for the second time, except if the student’s student legal status has been suspended.
(2) If the student was unable to obtain credits for a registered course at first registration, they may re-register to the course in two of the subsequent semesters provided that restrictions of the prerequisite schedule and the regulations in paragraph (1) are met.
(3) If the student was unable to obtain the credits of a course in the way described in paragraph (2), special permission on the basis of fairness and equitability can be requested only once in the whole training, and regarding only one course to re-register to the subject one more time. If the student has already obtained the signature, they only need to take the examination for the subject in the next semester. The student may also request another opportunity to obtain the signature.
(4) Re-announcement of a subject, in this article, means that the announcement of the course commences soonest in a spring semester if the subject was first registered by the student in a spring semester; and it means that the announcement of the course commences soonest in a fall semester if the subject was first registered to by the student in a fall semester.
#registration
Article 15 [Student Legal Status, Enrollment Obligations, Course Registration]
(4) Students may withdraw their registration within one month after the beginning of the training period but not later than 14 October in the fall or 14 March in the spring semester. If the student does not request to discontinue their studies by this date, the semester is considered to be an active semester even if the student does not attend the lectures and practical courses, and does not fulfill their study duties. If the student requests such discontinuation of their studies by the above deadlines, the given semester shall be considered as an inactive semester.

#registration
Article 22 [Rules regarding Course Registration]
(8) Students may object to their course registration data stored in the records within five days after the end of the course registration period. The application may be submitted in person at the Registrar’s Office or by email. The Registrar’s Office modifies the student's registration to a course in case of a substantiated modification request. The head of the Registrar’s Office processes the objection request in a way that if the request is accepted, the Registrar’s Office may make the change within 8 days after the end of the course registration period. The student may withdraw their course registrations upon payment of a late fee by the third week of the study period.
#EOAY or #deadlineEOAY
Article 35 [Examinations Taken Outside the Academic Year]
(2) In the single-cycle long medical program and master's programs in health sciences, students may take an EOAY examination described in paragraph (1) in any course they registered for but failed to complete in the relevant spring semester, dependent of available examination dates. The following conditions shall be met: the Registrar’s Office shall be notified with the examination subjects listed, until the end of the working day following the last day of the examination period, and the student shall not have been dismissed by the end of the spring semester examination period; this is also relevant in cases when the student is exempt from expulsion under a decision of the competent Studies and Examinations Committee with regards to special individual circumstances as a measure of fairness. If the student's expulsion is pending and the student is eligible for and also signed up for an OAY examination in due time, the committee shall suspend the proceedings until the result of the OAY examination is announced, and then, taking these into account, shall decide either to cancel the proceedings or to proceed with the dismissal.
#specialpermission
Article 53 [Measures on the basis of fairness and equitability]
(1) During the course of training, at the request of the student in particularly justified and justifiable cases, the Studies and Examinations Committee may grant an exemption or derogation from those provisions of these Regulations which do not impose an academic or financial obligation. Special permission can be exercised in relation to the order of study, without affecting the content of the academic requirements.
(2) The measure of fairness defined in paragraph (1) may be granted
a) on one occasion for courses of semesters 1 to 4 in the model curriculum, and for one further occasion for courses of semester 5 and beyond in the model curriculum, in the case of single-cycle long program;
b) on one occasion in the whole training in bachelor and divided master courses.
(3) The occasion for such a measure of fairness not used in the first part of the training program, described in point a) of paragraph (2) shall not be transferable to the second part. A measure of fairness not used in the bachelor program is not transferable to the master program.
(4) The decision on a measure of fairness shall stipulate the terms of the special permission and shall state that no further such measures may be granted during that period.


#absence
Article 11 [Special Regulations Concerning Practice Placement Periods at the Faculties of General Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences]
(1) The duration of the practice placement period at the Faculty of Medicine: the summer practice placement period and the 6th year students' practice placement period are of forty hours per week, during which the student can be assigned once bi-weekly to an on-call period (i.e. to take part in a plactice placement during an on-call period) of up to 12 hours, which should be undertaken on weekends or at nights depending on the student’s choice.
(2) The duration of the practice placement period at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences is forty hours per week for the summer practice placement period and forty hours per week for the obligatory placement before the final examination.
(3) Validation of a placement shall be denied if the absence has reached 25% of the duration of the practice placement period.
(4) In case of a “fail” (1) qualification, students may not continue their studies until the practice placement period is completed.
#suspendedstatus
Article 16 [Suspension and Termination of Student Legal Status]
(1) Student legal status is suspended
a) if the student declares that they do not wish to fulfill their student obligations in the upcoming training period, or if the student does not register for the upcoming training period,
b) if the student has withdrawn their relevant registration until the deadline,
c) if the semester is declared inactive after the deadline upon the request of the student,
d) if as a disciplinary punishment the student is prohibited from continuing their studies,
e) for the duration of the actual military service of the volunteer reserve, during which the student is exempt from the obligations laid down in these Regulations.
#re-registration
Article 23 [Subject Re-registration]
(1) The missing credits of an unaccomplished compulsory course can be obtained no later than in the semester when the subject is re-announced for the second time, except if the student’s student legal status has been suspended.
(2) If the student was unable to obtain credits for a registered course at first registration, they may re-register to the course in two of the subsequent semesters provided that restrictions of the prerequisite schedule and the regulations in paragraph (1) are met.
(3) If the student was unable to obtain the credits of a course in the way described in paragraph (2), special permission on the basis of fairness and equitability can be requested only once in the whole training, and regarding only one course to re-register to the subject one more time. If the student has already obtained the signature, they only need to take the examination for the subject in the next semester. The student may also request another opportunity to obtain the signature.
(4) Re-announcement of a subject, in this article, means that the announcement of the course commences soonest in a spring semester if the subject was first registered by the student in a spring semester; and it means that the announcement of the course commences soonest in a fall semester if the subject was first registered to by the student in a fall semester.
#examchance
Article 34 [Participation in Examinations]
(11) The student who fails an examination, can attempt to take the exam two more times, at a retake examination and at a second retake examination in the same examination period. The student is allowed to have a third retake examination but only in one subject per academic year. The student is not allowed to have a fourth retake examination in the same subject in the semester – not even on the basis of fairness and equitability.
#exemption, #creditrecognition
Article 44 [Credit Transfer]
(1) During credit transfer, for any passed course, completion of a course shall be recognised if the correspondence (match) is at least 75%. If the correspondence is less than 75%, the Credit Transfer Committee may approve recognition after considering the circumstances, in particular the role of the course subject played in achieving the training objectives and may also request the opinion of the program director. In accordance with the nature of credit transfer, the educational-research unit shall recommend the same decision for students presenting the same circumstances.
(2) If the correspondence is less than 75%, instead of credit transfer, it is possible to recognize certain elements of the course as completed and exemption for these may be granted. In such a case the student will be required to take a special examination (i.e., an equivalency examination not including the completed require elements) before the examination period (during the final three weeks of the study period) or during the examination period. Registration to these courses shall be done by the Registrar’s Office for these specific students, and students shall report to the course coordinator of the course about the equicalency examination within 10 working days of receiving the decision.
(3) Registration to a course identical to an already completed course is not allowed. One course is different from another if the course content or the knowledge to be acquired differ by more than 25%.
(4) Only courses which are different from all the courses already taken into account for the completion of the curriculum requirements may be taken into account for the completion of the curriculum requirements.
(5) Prior to registration/enrollment for a given semester, students may request credit transfer for the courses already completed and passed at another faculty or higher education institution in accordance with the credit transfer procedure of the given faculty. The credit transfer decision shall be taken by the Credit Transfer Committee in accordance with paragraphs (1) to (4), also taking into account the proposals of the program director or course coordinator. During the credit transfer procedure, it is required to consider that the student must complete at least one third of credit value of the study program at Semmelweis University in order to obtain a degree at Semmelweis University, which shall also include credits for courses completed in other programs of Semmelweis University accepted during credit transfer.
(6) Any credit transfer based on the specified outcome requirements of a course (module) is done solely by comparing the content elements on which the credit is based. The credit shall be recognized if the content elements compared shows correspondence in at least 75%.
(7) Students whose student status has been terminated and who have been re-admitted in a new admission procedure shall have their previously completed courses accepted and the credits earned recognized by the Credit Transfer Committee.
(8) The Credit Transfer Committee shall consider applications submitted to it within the deadline - in the case of the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Dentistry, no later than 2 weeks before the registration week - and within the deadline - in the case of the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Dentistry, no later than the last workday before the registration period - so that the students applying for admission can prepare their next semester's curriculum taking into account the decision.
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#posttermexam
Article 2 [Interpretative Provisions]
24. Justified exceptional case: a circumstance beyond a student’s control, including in particular childbirth or various unexpected conditions, such as accident, serious illness, which prevents the student from fulfilling their obligations arising from their student legal status.
#posttermexam
Article 3 [Persons and Bodies Competent in Teaching and Educational Matters]
(8) The Studies and Examinations Committee
a) approves individual study schedules,
b) manages late de-registration of a student from a semester for which they have previously registered (i.e., declaration of a student’s semester to be inactive after the deadline of de-registration),
c) approves of visiting student legal status,
d) approves of examinations and approves of examinations outside the examination period in justified exceptional cases,
e) considers requests for special permissions,
f) approves of transfer among programs/specializations, faculties or institutions,
g) manages proceedings in other academic issues,
h) performs other tasks specified in other legal acts, university regulations or faculty regulations,
i) proposes regulations for the process of specialization or sub-specialization choice,
j) conducts the process of specialization or sub-specialization choice, and classifies the students to these if they have not been already classified during the admission procedure.
#posttermexam
Article 31 [Organization of Examinations and Final Examinations]
(1) Examinations are primarily held during the examination period, except in the case of a block education.
(2) In a duly substantiated and justified case, the Studies and Examinations Committee may permit examinations outside the examination period in the first two weeks of the subsequent semester. The examination thus completed shall be considered to have been taken during the examination period.


#SRWP, #prerequisite
Article 2 [Interpretative Provisions]
7. CV-course (i.e. Exam Only Course): An opportunity for course completion that does not qualify as a course registration, during which a course to be concluded an examination, which course has been registered by the student in a previous semester and in which the student has obtained a signature but has not completed it yet, can be completed in the given semester without the obligation to attend the contact lessons or to fulfill other study period requirements by using any unused examination opportunities remaining from the semester of the last registration of the original course.
#SRWP, #prerequisite
Article 22 [Rules regarding Course Registration]
(9) In case of sequential multi-semester subjects, if the student has obtained the signature of the subject in the previous semester but was unable to meet the examination requirements, their registration to the subject’s upcoming course in the following semester may be permitted by the Studies and Examinations Committee by the end of the course registration period, on the basis of the approval of the head of the educational-research unit that is responsible for the course. However, the student may only obtain the examination grade of the course in the current semester after obtaining the credits of the given subject’s courses for the previous semester.
#specialpermission
Article 2 [Interpretative Provisions]
24. Justified exceptional case: a circumstance beyond a student’s control, including in particular childbirth or various unexpected conditions, such as accident, serious illness, which prevents the student from fulfilling their obligations arising from their student legal status.
#absence
Article 34 [Participation in Examinations]
(10) The student is obliged to justify the absence from the registered (partial) examination within 3 working days in person, writing, electronically or by proxy at the educational-research unit organizing the exam. The educational-research unit – in the event of a dispute between the student and the organizational unit, the Studies and Examinations Committee – decides on the acceptance of the justification. If the student properly justifies their absence, it shall be considered as if they had not registered for the given exam; the "did not appear" entry will be deleted by the educational- research unit.