If you fail to qualify for the first free position but you have been admitted to Corvinus, you will be eligible to apply for the Corvinus Scholarship again in the subsequent year within the framework of reclassification, based on your academic performance. Those who are not eligible for free education can apply for state-funded, interest-free pre-financing through the Student Loan Centre.
By clicking on the HÖK answer button a pop-up window will be displayed, where you can send messages to the Student Union directly. Within the pop-up window, you can select a subject (to which the message is related) from the drop-down menu, but you must enter your full name, e-mail address (the CUSMAN ID will be filled in automatically) and the text of the message. When you click on the Send button the system will send the message to HÖK. By clicking the "Frequently Asked Questions" icon in the text of the pop-up window you will reach the HÖK FAQ.
There are two types of equity, dean’s and rector’s equity. Both are subject to a fee and they must be assessed within 15 days. The purpose of a request for dean's and rector's equity is to judge disputes which are contrary to any point of the Requirements for Students and are not the consequence of the student’s fault.
You can submit your request at any time, with the exception of requests for a signature, waiver of training and exit requirements, cancellation the consequences of disciplinary punishment, approval of more than the maximum number of exams, and exemptions in cases that are attributable to student misconduct.
You have two more opportunities to register for a failed subject in the semester when it becomes available again. In a special case, when you have not used all six available exam options, you can request registration for the subject for the fourth time by applying for equity. A given subject is usually offered annually; and it is important to note that failure to complete optional subjects has no consequences, and you do not have to re-register for them.
The terms and conditions of application for these scholarships are set forth in the National Higher Education Act and the relevant implementing decrees. The University aims to enable prospective students to continue to apply for these scholarships, regardless of the form of financing. For the institution as a whole, the reformed Corvinus will continue to be eligible for state and Community (EU) funding, in particular for special scholarship programmes (e.g., the Stipendium Hungaricum programme) and funding to support scientific research.
The Student Union (Hungarian abbreviation: HÖK) of Corvinus University of Budapest is a democratic organisation elected by the citizens of the University to represent the interests of its students. They welcome any concern raised are welcomed and deal with as much as possible. You can find HÖK on Facebook and on the university website.