Rules and Regulations
The Hungarian higher education system may be very different to your own educational system at home.
Rules and Regulations at Óbuda University
Readers should be aware that only the Hungarian versions of the regulations have legal force. The English translation is strictly for reference and cannot be invoked as a legal tool.
- Find out how lectures, courses and exams work at Óbuda University;
- Familiarise yourself with the concept of ECTS credits;
- Study the indepth catalogue of all rules and regulations;
- The Study and Examination Regulations
- The Student Allowance and Fee Payment Regulations
- Order of Procedure to Adjudge Students’ Disciplinary and Compensation Cases
- The Regulations of Students' Scholarly Circles
- The Order of Procedures Related to the Prevention of Student Accidents and to Be Followed in Case of Accidents
- The academic calendar gives you an overview of all important events during the academic year, including semester breaks and public holidays.
Óbuda University has completed its institutional action plan to manage the epidemiological alertness situation; it keeps on-going contacts with the relevant organizations, updating its rules of procedure by taking into consideration the recommendations of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology and regulatory amendments, observance of and compliance with which is mandatory for each university citizen. The University makes every reasonable attempt to prevent the spread of the epidemic.
New rules announced by the Hungarian Government - valid from 14 April, 2021
- The curfew changed to: 22:00-5:00.
- Services are not obliged to stay closed, except they cannot meet the safety regulations.
- Shops and other retailers can stay open for longer. They have to be closed from 21:30 until next day 5:00.
- Restaurants and bars are still open only for take away.
- Shops with 10 m2 or small customer area can only attend one customer at a time, larger than these have to keep a limit of 10 m2/customer, which has to be shown at the entry for each shop. This may cause queues in front of the entrances.
Those who violate these rules are obliged to pay a fine.