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What is Corvinus Scholarship?

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It is a performance-based scholarship, similar in many aspects to the state-funded form of education known to date as it includes the cost of the training, but does not cover, e.g., foreign language contributions, housing and subsistence costs during the studies. The main difference is that it is not provided automatically until the studies are completed. The leadership of the university defines the requirements: the number of credits are required and the academic results required from the scholarship students.

How long and under what conditions am I eligible for the Corvinus Scholarship?

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Once in each academic year the University reviews the eligibility criteria for the scholarship based on the performance of the last two active semesters in which you did not participate in an Erasmus+ funded foreign exchange programme or internship.

The reviewers look at your annual academic results (at least 3.8 average is required), the number of credits you have obtained (minimum 46 credits), and your academic and student organisation activities. A student ranking order is established for each programme, so the best students are granted scholarship for the next two semesters.

Can I pay the tuition fee in instalments?

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Yes, the dean can allow it in up to two instalments. Applications must be submitted through the Neptun interface, no later than one week before the first day of the enrolment/registration period. The first instalment is due by the registration deadline, the second instalment is due in October in the autumn semester and by 10 March in the spring semester. 

Where can I turn if I have stress or privacy issues?

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You can always contact and rely on the Student Advisory Centre. The following link provides more information and they are easy to contact. 

How do I connect to the university WIFI network?

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You can access the university WIFI network under the name Cornet-EAP, by entering your CUSMAN code and password. 

How do I switch from self-financing to Corvinus Scholarship?

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Once in each academic year the University reviews the eligibility criteria for the scholarship based on the performance of the last two active semesters in which you did not participate in an Erasmus+ funded foreign exchange programme or internship.

The reviewers look at your annual academic results (at least 3.8 average is required), the number of credits you have obtained (minimum 46 credits), and your academic and student organisation activities. A student ranking order is established for each programme, so the best students are granted scholarship for the next two semesters.

How does the affect the lives of university citizens?

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Diversity and activity are practically identifiable with ‘Közgáz’, and the freedom of university life remains guaranteed by student organisations and the student union. In addition to free education we are also working to expand our talent management programmes.

Can I postpone starting university?

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Pursuant to Act CCIV of 2011 on National Higher Education and the University's Study and Examination Regulations, you may have a passive status before completing the first semester if you are unable to meet your obligations relating to student status due to childbirth, accident, illness or any other unexpected cause, which is not your own fault.

Will students who were previously awarded a state scholarship (before 2020) have the opportunity to retain the grant? Do they have to expect a change?

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All current students complete the training and curriculum in which they began their studies. The Corvinus reform process does not affect our current students in relation to scholarships, either. They will complete their studies under the same conditions that applied when they began their programme. The funding status of state scholarship holders will continue to exist, along with the related financial benefits (study grants, social benefits, etc.).

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