After Arrival

After Arrival

2018.08.28.
After Arrival

Registration week (one week prior to first tuition week)

The Faculty of Social Sciences organizes programmes for incoming exchange students on the registration week. Please find the list of programmes here: Orientation week programme 

Information for Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders
It is compulsory for every Stipendium Hungaricum students to register in person at the international office at the registration week of each semester. When a scholarship holder suspends his/her student status, no scholarship or accommodation allowance can be disbursed to him/her during the period of interrupting studies.
 

Registration 2019/2020

A) Time and location for enrolment and registration:
Location: 1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A
 

Program

(EN language programs)

When?

Where?

International Relations BA

September 2, 2019—10 a.m.

1.71 Pócza Jenő Hall

International Relations MA

September 2, 2019—2 p.m.

1.71 Pócza Jenő Hall

Cultural Anthropology MA

September 2, 2019—2 p.m.

1.71 Pócza Jenő Hall

Applied Economics BSc

September 3, 2019—10 a.m.

1.71 Pócza Jenő Hall

ERASMUS and exchange students  September 3, 2019 - 2 p.m. 1.71 Pócza Jenő Hall

Sociology BA

September 4, 2019—9 a.m.

-1.75 Conference Hall

Opening Ceremony for the Academic Year

September 4, 2019—12:30 p.m.

-1.75 Conference Hall

Sociology PhD September 5, 2019 - 1 p.m. 6.81/A  Doctoral School

How to find the rooms?

1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A 1.71 Pócza Jenő Hall

1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A -1.75 Conference Hall

1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A 6.81/A Doctoral School

B) Physical documents to bring along for enrolment: 

  • Passport (If you are a dual citizen, please bring both)
  • For students in Bachelor program: original High School diploma (Official Translation needed if the original document is not in English)
  • For students in Master program: original Bachelor degree (Official Translation needed if the original document is not in English)
  • If you already have it : Residence permit, Hungarian Tax card, Address card
  • Hungarian bank account number
  • Enrolment sheet 2 copies (please print out of your Neptun)
  • Alumni Statement (please print out of your Neptun)
  • Privacy Statement (please print out of your Neptun)
  • Passport photo (4x4)
  • Documents needed for TAJ card
    • TAJ-card request sheet - please fill the the Request sheet beforehand
    • Authorization document, in which you authorize Quaestura Office to request and to receive your card. Please, ask two witnesses, who will also sign the document.
    • Pages of the passport that include your personal data.
    • Both sides of the accommodation reporting form 
    • And in case you already have it: both sides of the residence permit (if not, you have to handle it later in Questura office)
 

Electronic study systems—NEPTUN and CooSpace

The electronic study system used at ELTE is called Neptun. The system is used for academic administration (e.g.: registering for courses and exams), finances and communication. The login name and the password, which can be changed later, are sent to students before the start of the semester by e-mail. For visiting students, registration is made by the International Office during registration week. All changes in one's course list (dropped courses, newly taken courses) have to be reported to the international office.

In two days' time after visiting students have registered to the courses, they get access to the Coospace system which allows teacher and students of a course to communicate with each other, upload work material, readings, handouts and homeworks, to write tests etc.

You can find more information about Neptun at study related services.