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Coronavirus informationInformation on distance learning/IT support

University Citizens are asked to report any suspected or confirmed coronavirus infections to, so that the University administration can continuously monitor the changes in the infection level in the institution and decide on the necessary protective measures in a short time.  The same e-mail address can also be used to request information on what to do (e.g. necessary certificates, following the curriculum) in case of possible or confirmed infection.

Mask wearing, body temperature monitoring and campus opening hours

With regard to the rise in new coronavirus cases in Hungary wearing a mask is once again mandatory from Monday, 8 November 2021 in all areas (public areas, corridors and classrooms) of the buildings used for educational purposes, as well as in public areas and corridors of the dormitories.

Exemptions from wearing face masks for:

  • professors and external lecturers teaching a lesson
  • participants in PE classes currently exercising
  • employees of the university working in their own office.

The current measures can be found on the University’s website, under the Coronavirus information section.

Student Services administration

In the 2021/2022 academic year, student administration will be conducted mainly in person, in the new Infodesk, in line with the present education. For information on how to do this in person and/or online, please go to International and Administrative Student Services menu point

Electronic administration by university e-mail address only 

Electronic administration can only be initiated from the Student Services e-mail address né, the e-mail addresses for each group of cases can be found on the university website under the International and Administrative Student Services menu point menu point 

Tutor administration can also only be contacted from an official university e-mail address, if a question or request is received from another e-mail address, it will not be checked by Student Services. 

Sports facilities

The University’s sports facilities will be open, but apart from PE lessons, they may be used with immunity cards or certificates only (electronic or physical).


  • From 9 November, 2021 the Library can only be visited with an immunity certificate
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory in the Library’s spaces
  • Registered readers with a valid membership who do not hold an immunity certificate may borrow books by filling in the online webform.


Residents may receive visitors every day from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Only a residents with a immunity sertficate card can receive maximum 1 person with a security card at a time.


University events and social gatherings requiring personal presence may still be organised in accordance with the national rules and the rules on the organisation of university events [Chancellor’s Instruction No. 6/2018 (21 March)], but for all non-educational events with more than 30 participants, personal attendance is only possible with an immunity certificate or attestation (electronic or physically produced). 

Digitised administrative interfaces

Digitised administrative interfaces for e-mail or other electronic communication, approval and commitment are still available.  E.g. all procurement requests can be initiated electronically (Power Apps application, via the ZEBRA University Purchasing and Warehouse Management Application, by e-mail, or travels in the Travel system), and we will also waive the use of the contract cover sheet. 

Academic staff and lecturers who have come into contact with someone who may be infected with COVID, and who may therefore be at risk of being infected, can ask their employer for reimbursement of the COVID test. If the employer agrees, the University will reimburse the costs of the test against an invoice issued to Corvinus.
updated: 26th October 2021

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