Here is some key information regarding the new semester including the recommended method of attendance, staying on the premises, the facilities and the community areas available for studying, the manner of administrative arrangements and the action to take in the event of detecting symptoms of COVID-19 or quarantine measures.
Attendance of lectures and seminars
Your online and physical lectures and seminars can be arranged in successive time slots. The following information will help you identify the premises available on the campus during your classes or breaks as well. You will have the following options.
The university buildings will be accessible subject to compliance with the prescribed precautionary measures. You will be free to join your online classes via Internet accessible at the campus. You will be able to sit in the library, or use the appropriate community areas and vacant auditoriums made available for the purpose. Additional space and auditorium facility can be opened during the semester subject to demand; information to this end will be provided at a later date. You are encouraged to use the premises specifically made available for this purpose and to connect to the Internet network of the University.
When should you study at home?
If you have any lectures and seminars not requiring real-time attendance which can be accessed online at your choice we ask you kindly to do so at home in relaxed conditions rather than at the University premises as far as possible.
Use your mobile internet
If you have access to mobile internet and the arrangement of a particular lecture or seminar allows it you can join online events using a suitable device even in transit on your way to the University.
Whichever option you choose, we kindly ask you to take extra care in order to protect your health and the health of others.
If you are in doubt about course attendance or viewing opportunities, please contact your teachers who will provide further information.
The most important study-related information for students can be accessed at the following websites: Budapest
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Use of University email account
Once available, please always use your University email account to contact the Student Services / Academic Registry Office.
If you have any problem using the University email account, e.g. you are unfamiliar with the address visit the CUSMAN user administration website and login with your user name and password. Once you have signed in, your email address provided by the University will be highlighted in red at the top of the page, accessible with the same password used for logging in to the website. Here you can also change your password (click the button in the top left corner of the page). If you have not yet taken the time to deal with your CUSMAN ID and the necessary action please check the relevant instructions at the website as soon as possible.
Curriculum related issues
If you have any questions related to the curriculum, please visit the following websites for information available in Hungarian and English language. Should you not find the necessary information related to your training program, please feel free to contact your teachers.
Individuals concerned with COVID-19
If you are concerned with a possible or confirmed case of COVID-19 (detection of symptoms, direct contact with infected person, quarantine obligation, PCA tested positive, etc.) contact us immediately via firstname.lastname@example.org. If that is the case, detailed information about the necessary actions to take and the related obligations will be sent by return email from the same address.
Contact the Students Office
If you have any further questions feel free to contact us via the Student Office email address at email@example.com. For new students the following address will also remain accessible: firstname.lastname@example.org.