Sport and Culture at ELTE
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Sport at ELTE
The University Athletics Club (BEAC) was founded in 1898 and was one of the very first Hungarian sports clubs. The primary concern of BEAC is to provide quality, professional sports facilities for ELTE students and young people in Budapest. Since its foundation members of the University Athletics Club have won 5 Olympic and 400 Hungarian champion titles.
BEAC has several facilities across the city but closest to the Campus is the Bogdánfy Street ELTE Sports Camp and BEAC Court. BEAC Court offers the following facilities for ELTE students: running track, plastic covered track, gym, sports hall (suitable for tennis, badminton, football, basketball, handball and volleyball), indoor tennis court, outdoor bitumen pitch (suitable for handball, basketball and football) and outdoor tennis courts.
Departments of BEAC
aerobics and cheerleading, athletics, table-tennis, climbing, fitness, futsal, speedminton, martial arts, basketball, football, rugby, volleyball, chess, recreational sport, orienteering, hiking, badminton, triathlon, waterpolo
Do sports for credit
Physical Education and Sports Center organizes sport courses that students of the university can attend for univesity credit points. This means that students can apply for these sport classes just like all the other courses in their study programme. 6000 HUF is required to pay per course per semester.
Sports usually available in Neptun:
Athletics; Aerobics; Cheerleading; Futsal; Chess; Hiking; TRX; Belly dancing; Running for beginners; Bicycle tours and Night Bike; Goju-ryu karate; Conditioning; Football for women; Special racket sports: tamburelli, speedtamburelli; Aikido; Muay thai; Running for advanced; Functional training; Rowing; Basketball; Spinning; Badminton; Floorball; Lacrosse; Table tennis; Musical gymnastics; Swimming; Triathlon; Volleyball; Kung-fu; Northern european dances; Modern jazz dance; Road bike; Climbing; Orienteering; Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
Trainings organised by sport-scholarship holders
Trainings organized by university sports club ELTE-BEAC means the other line of the sports opportunities. The sports club organizes and keeps trainings in over 30 different sports. For currently organised trainings, check out the English-langue page of BEAC