At the beginning of each semester you have the opportunity to be admitted on to the fixed and recommended subjects and courses according to your sample curriculum, which you can list in the Neptun system under the menu item Studies / Curriculum, arranged according to the recommended semester.
Subject registration is possible for you during the Registration Period. You can find out about this on the website and we will also draw your attention in a Neptun message or you can get information about this via Student Service Department (HSZO) of your faculty.
When registering for a subject, consider the following:
You should register for as many subjects as you can realistically accomplish. Registered for, but not performed subjects can have two negative consequences: 1) you have to pay a fee prior to being able to register for this subject again, 2) they worsen your so-called ‘adjusted credit index’, which is one of the key indicators of your performance. This indicator plays an important role, for example in determining the scholarship, or in the recategorization between the cost-oriented and the state scholarship form of funding. More information >> HERE
- You should aim to complete 27-33 credits in one semester. If you perform significantly less than this, it can have several negative consequences: 1) your credit index will deteriorate, as it also measures ‘the amount’ of your performance compared to the 30 credits that are the norm, 2) you may lose your state scholarship (recategorized as ‘having to cover your own costs’), because to complete this you need an average of at least 18 credits per semester, 3) your student status may be terminated at the end of the 5th semester if you do not complete at least 75 credits by that time (this is called the filter level).
- If you take less than the amount of semester credits recommended in the sample curriculum, it can easily cause your studies to be extended. You can receive a state scholarship for up to two more semesters after the study period specified in the curriculum. If you are self-paying and expect to earn less credits than is recommended each semester, you can switch to credit-based costing. Please bear in mind that a longer study time will definitely result in higher costs overall.
- Some subjects may be prerequisites to other subjects. This means that until you complete a certain subject, you are not allowed to choose a subsequent subject that is built upon it. There are also some subjects that are a prerequisite for admission to specializations. It is recommended to register and complete the prerequisite subjects, otherwise when you arrive at the subjects built upon them, in any case, you will have to register the prerequisite. This may cause a delay and extend your studies. Prerequisites are determined by the curricula of the majors.
If you are registering for a subject not for the first time, you will have to pay a subject re-admission fee. This fee will be announced centrally at a later date (the exam course is also considered a subject registration). If you do not pay this fee, you will not be able to take the exam. The subject registration procedure is as follows:
You should select the menu item Subjects / Register for subject. The advertised subjects can be found on this interface.
It is important to pay attention to the settings:
- To set the semester - Select the appropriate one
- Check the "Sample curriculum subjects"
- Check "Sample curriculum" - "all", "Subject group" - "all", "Language" - "all"
- Do not mark the start and the end of the period
- Check the announced course
- It is recommended to set the page setting to 500.
Click on “List” to see all the items you can choose from. They can be sorted either in alphabetical order by subject name / subject code, or even by the recommended semester.
Hovering the curser on the subject you want to add, click on the word “Add”. This will display the courses advertised for the subject, from which you must choose. In the case of a first course admission, a normal course can be chosen, which can be either theoretical or practical. For many subjects, both types of courses must be taken. If one is missed, Neptun will warn you. If you only obtained a lecturer’s signature on the subject during a previous semester, choose an exam course. If a signature is denied on a previous subject admission, in such a case, you will still have the opportunity to take a secondary course. [Ez mit jelent? Van a Neptunban olyan, hogy másodlagos kurzus?]
You also have the option to coordinate your lessons. To do this, we recommend that you try the Timetable Planner on the Subjects / Register for subject page.
If you failed to register for a subject during the registration week, you will only later be able to register for the subject if you pay a special procedure fee, and by submitting a subsequent request for subject registration to the course where places are available.
If you cannot register for the subject due to lack of space, you can apply for another course with free space or submit a course extension request through the Neptun system.
If no course has been announced in the given semester, but you would like to apply for its start, you can submit a course start application in the Neptun system:
- It is a prerequisite that you have already completed a semester.
- You can only apply for sample curriculum subjects where there is NO course advertised for this semester.
- You can submit the application in the menu item Studies / Curriculum as follows:
- By selecting the sample curriculum, the subjects must be listed, hovering the curser on the subject line, you can submit a request by clicking on the + sign.
- From the applications that can be launched on the subject, the application to Start the Course must be selected. Select the reason for starting from the drop-down list.
- After the application has been completed correctly, you can start by pressing the “Next” button, after which you can check the application details. If the application can be submitted, after pressing the “Submit Application” button, the student will be informed.
- You will receive a Neptun message about the evaluation of the application. If your request is accepted, the department administrator will also register you for the subject.