Special Academic Regulations for Students
Special Academic Regulations for Students
10 May 2021
4 March 2021
Due to the governmental regulations announced on 4th ofMarch, JOKT amends its briefing issued on the 4th of February 2021, reaffirming the general obligation of absentee education, adding that courses that having a ministerial license to be held with personal attendance may only be held in absentia. Traineeships may only continue with attendance if the rules and regulations of the training location allow. Recreational sports may not be practiced in the sport facilities of the University. The University’s public collections, open-air exhibitions, and gardens are not open to the public. Virtual administration at the University will be maintained.
4 February 2021
The ELTE Epidemiological Operative Coordinating Body is adding some points to the Temporary Special Regulations (TVSZ) of Eötvös Loránd University's Academic Regulations for Students.
22 October 2020
Amendments to Eötvös Loránd University’s temporary special academic and exam regulations pertaining to the hybrid education model enacted in view of the state of epidemiological preparedness covering regulations on student assessment
7 September 2020
The ELTE Epidemiological Operative Coordinating Body is adding a 12/a. point to the Temporary Special Regulations of Eötvös Loránd University's Academic Regulations for Students Pertaining to the Hybrid Education Model (TVSZ).
29 July 2020
Government Decree no. 283/2020. (VI. 17.) issued by the Government of Hungary has introduced a state of epidemiological preparedness.
The responsibilities of the Epidemiological Operative Coordinating Body shall include, among others, the coordination of the implementation of measures introduced by external authorities as well as the preparation of internal university protocols. Therefore, Eötvös Loránd University’s Epidemiological Operative Coordinating Body has ordered the implementation of a “hybrid education model” for the autumn semester of the 2020/2021 academic year. The Body shall draw up unique interim Regulations of Training and Examination (TVSZ) pertaining to the hybrid education model for the period until they are approved by the Senate.
The TVSZ issued in the spring semester of the 2019/2020 academic year (Special Regulations of the Academic Regulations for Students pertaining to the distance education arrangement ordered in view of the state of epidemiological emergency) shall expire on the first day of the autumn semester of the 2020/2021 academic year.
The present TVSZ contains exclusively the special regulations pertaining to the hybrid education model and will be amended in the event that the University is again forced to implement a full or partial distance education arrangement. The TVSZ therefore primarily regulates activities undertaken during the study period, while more detailed regulations pertaining to exams and assessment will be issued at a later date upon a review of the experiences gained during the spring semester of the 2019/2020 academic year.
Temporary Special Regulations of Eötvös Loránd University’s Academic Regulations for Students Pertaining to the Hybrid Education Model Enacted in View of the State of Epidemiological Preparedness (Effective: 30 July 2020)
23 March 2020
Acting within the appropriate regulatory framework in the field of education, among others, is also a priority under the distance education arrangement introduced on 23 March, so as to guarantee the interests of students as well as predictable operations.
In view of the above principles, Eötvös Loránd University’s Epidemiological Operative Coordinating Body, in the interest of maintaining the smooth operation of the university and establishing the principles of uniform and predictable education and assessment practices – with a view to establishing the conditions and basic principles of the distance education arrangement – shall draw up unique interim Regulations of Training and Examination (TVSZ) for the period until they are approved by the Senate. In line with university practices, faculty representatives and student unions all took part in the preparation and commenting of the interim TVSZ. The document serves to provide guidelines for the application of certain provisions of the Academic Regulations for Students (HKR) under the distance education arrangement in a way that is clear and easy to comply with for a broad circle of the university’s community. The interim TVSZ covers the framework of the distance education arrangement and the manner in which it is to be implemented, including the rights and obligations of students and instructors.
The unique interim Regulations of Training and Examination (TVSZ) can be downloadad here. (The TVSZ will expire on 7 Spetember 2020)