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  1. fees and foreign language contribution shall be paid in the Neptun system with omnibus account payment,
  2. all other Forint-based payments may be made in Neptun either by omnibus account or by SimplePay payment.



Account holder’s name:

Neptun gyűjtőszámla

Account holder’s bank account number:


First row of Message:


The Neptun omnibus account is a Hungarian Forint account, transfers cannot be made in foreign currencies!


The required funds must always be transferred by the student by bank transfer from an identifiable account number to the above account number. We decline all other forms of transfer (post cheque, cash payment, VIBER transfer), and for security reasons, we cannot accept complaints. Any adverse effects of the resulting administrative tasks are the student’s responsibility. Sending the exact message as defined above is essential for the identification of the transferred sum.
The first character of the message cannot be a space. The first characters of the first row of the message must be the prefix ’NK-’ then, continuously, the student’s Neptun code – paying attention to not mixing up the 0 and o characters – then a space, and the student’s name. Unfortunately, non-identifiable items are transferred back.

At least one working day is required from the day of the bank transfer to registering the credit in the Neptun system. The Bank collects sums received by OTP Bank by 15:30, and hands them over to the University on the morning of the next working day. Transfers received by OTP Bank after 15:30 will only be collected on the next working day.
This transfer time should be considered especially in the exam period, where the difference between exam days may only be a couple of day, therefore the cover for any expected items should be pre-transferred in advance.

Important! The intra-day bank transfer (4 hour rule) is not relevant to the omnibus account.


The transfer to the omnibus account does not signify an actual payment, that must be made by the student in the Neptun system.

Students find their issued items in the „Pénzügyek/Befizetés” menu. The account balance of your omnibus account appears above your filters (semester, status), therefore you can easily check whether you have sufficient coverage for your items. In the filter part, you can select which items (liabilities) to display. Currently you can filter the list by the status of the issued items by pressing "Listázás". By selecting the check box next to the items to settle, then clicking „Befizet”, then „Gyűjtőszámlás fizetés” and „Befizet” again, the issued items will be settled immediately. 



In case you wish to simplify your future omnibus payments, you can choose to use the automatic settlement option. In order to do this, you need to select „Automatikus teljesítés” in the „Pénzügyek/Beállítások” menu. This is beneficial because your issued items are settled automatically on the date of the deadline, from the omnibus account balance, therefore no overdue items arise that would prevent you from applying for exams or for courses. 



  • Students may request an invoice for the executed items at any later point by submitting the „Számlakérő” (Invoice request) form at the Bevételi Pénzügyi Iroda (Revenue Office) or by sending the scanned form to szamla(kukac)uni-corvinus(pont)hu.
  • If the item is active (unpaid), the following protocol must be followed:

The „Számlakérő” (Invoice Request) form, completed by the employer shall be posted to the Revenue Office (BCE, Bevételi Pénzügyi Iroda, Fővám tér 8.) or scanned and e-mailed to szamla(kukac)uni-corvinus(pont)hu.
The invoice is prepared by the Revenue Office according to the employer’s request; the payment deadline will match the issued item’s payment deadline. Therefore bank transfer invoiced may be issued on the payment deadline at most (in this case, all three dates will be the same: the fulfilment, invoicing, and payment dates). The deadline is not extended by requesting an invoice. The appropriate sum shall be transferred to the indicated OTP Bank account (11784009-22229896-00000000).

The active liability item, for which an invoice has been made, cannot be settled using the omnibus account.
The invoice request form, „Számlakérő hallgatói befizetésekhez, befizetésekről 2016.04.” may be downloaded from the following website:


Any items to be paid back to the university must be settled using the omnibus account, previously charged as described above. Any items to be paid back are found in the “Pénzügyek/Befizetés” menu by pressing the „Visszafizetés” button. By selecting the check box next to the items to settle, then clicking „Befizet”, then „Gyűjtőszámlás fizetés” and „Befizet” again, the issued items will be settled immediately. Students may only apply for courses and exams if they have no outstanding debts towards the university.


The account balance may be constantly monitored in Neptun, and if the student decides to, money may be re-transferred to the Forint based bank account registered in Neptun. This may be requested on the „Pénzügyek, Tranzakciós lista” menu, setting the „Gyűjtőszámla” filter, and pressing „Visszautalás” on the following interface. Input the requested sum, chose the account number, and press „Visszautalás” to request the transaction, than the University approves and makes it.
Before initiating a retransfer, check whether a suitable account number is registered in Neptun. If the account number is to be modified, the academic administrator can modify it. 


The payment process always starts by issuing the payment item in Neptun.
If a repeated exam (IV) cost is issued, click on „Tétel kiírás” in the „Pénzügyek/Befizetés” menu. Choose the title IV in the window, then the subject that the exam belongs to. The payment due, i.e. the sum of the issued item is calculated automatically by the system. Afterwards, the item shall be settled as described above.
All payments other than repeated exam (IV) and physical education payments (i.e. tuition fees, special procedure fees, service charges) may only be issued by the student service clerk.
Erroneously issued items may be deleted. However, students may only delete items issued by themselves. If the student finds an item issued by the student service clerk unjustified, they must get in touch with the Registrar’s Office, as they may only apply to courses/exams if they have no outstanding debt to the University.
You can continuously monitor your issued items and their status, and list your ‘active’ and ‘settled’ debts in the „Pénzügyek/Befizetés” menu in Neptun.


Details of the application:


  • Only the exact sum of the issued item may be settled, paying in instalments is not possible.
  • One transaction may be used to settle multiple items.
  • The student must have an e-mail address in Neptun.
  • Any card capable of online payment may be used, installing the Simple app is not required.
  • The status of the item becomes settled immediately.
  • The student receives an e-mail if the settlement is successful.
  • If the settlement is not successful, the student may make inquiries at the SimplePay customer service referencing the SimplePay ID.

Students find their issued items in the „Pénzügyek/Befizetés” menu.
By checking the check bow next to the item to settle, clicking on „Befizet”, answering Yes to „Biztosan befizeti?”, then choosing „SimplePay” card payment on the relevant window, then pressing „Befizet”, you get transferred to the SimplePay website.

The data transfer declaration must be confirmed.


  1. payment option
    a.       Type in the debit card data, then press „FIZETEK”.

  2. payment option
    a.       Sign in to your Simple account using a Facebook account, Google account, or e-mail address and password. After signing in, saved cards may be viewed, and new cards may be saved. 

The student receives an e-mail if the settlement is successful.
If the settlement is not successful, the student may make inquiries at the SimplePay customer service referencing the SimplePay ID in the feedback message.




Utolsó frissítés: 2019.07.20.