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Tips on handling hybrid education for students

The first official university day is just around the corner and students are awaiting the start of their new semester impatiently. However, this semester is different than any of the semesters before: a hybrid education has been introduced in Corvinus, which means that both online and offline classes will be present in students’ schedules for the next several months. Teachers are making sure that everyone will get the appropriate means to study, as some internationals might not be able to make it with the border restrictions currently in place. 

But for those in Budapest the situation might be a bit messed up – how exactly should one proceed with their daily life while juggling between online and offline lessons? How should a student be on his or her laptop at one point and in the classroom some 20 minutes later? In this article we will look at the options and the solutions for a more organized daily routine.

Get to know your classes better

Every minute counts in some cases. That is why it’s the best when you are familiar with the time you have and the way you’ll spend it. Try finding out which classes are online and which are not, what exactly means online and how will the teacher handle the class. For example, will the class be pre-recorded? Can you watch it anytime, anywhere, or is it a real-time online class in which your presence counts? It matters because once you get to know this you will be able to use your time more sufficiently. For example, if you have an online pre-recorded class which is said to be from 9:50 to 11:10 in your Neptun timetable and 20 minutes later you have to pop up at university for an offline seminar at 11:30 it is okay to consider watching the offline class later in the day and use the time to get ready and get to the university, especially if you live far away. Know the details and the requirements in order to handle your schedule better from the very beginning.

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