The main entrance to the Campus is located at Mányoki út 9., 1118. The nearest stops are the Gárdonyi tér tram stop and the Móricz Zsigmond körtér metro stop.
The Campus is fully accessible. There is no parking available on the Campus.
The Gellért Campus consists of four parts: the Sports Center, the main entrance area, and the J and K towers. The rooms are numbered accordingly: e.g. the J201 room is located on the second floor of the J tower. The map below and the map in the MyCorvinus app will help you find your way around.
Most of the classes will be held on the 2nd, 3rd and 5th floors of the J Tower, and some computer lab classes will be held in the K Tower.
The details of your classes can be found in Neptun. Currently, two room numbers are listed for some of your classes on Neptun. Please consider the one with the J or K designation, as these are the Gellért Campus rooms.
Although the Campus is open 24/7 due to the dormitory, the educational and common areas are open from 7:00 to 21:00. The access gates will be operational from spring, but for now you can enter the Campus without a gate in the usual way in buildings E and C.
The Canteen is located on the ground floor of the Campus, where a Fresh Corner Café operates between 8:00 and 16:00. Of course, you also have the opportunity to heat up and eat your own food in the Canteen during the entire opening hours of the Campus.
The Sport Center will be fully operational from spring, but a significant part of the university physical education classes will already be held here. The Sports Center is open from 7:00 to 18:00.
The Gellért Campus has a 11,000 m² park area, where landscaping works are still in progress. The garden will be available to students from spring. We ask for your understanding in this regard!
There are lockers in the Lounge area near the main gate of the Campus to store your valuables.
The Rooftop Café and the terrace on the top floor of the K Tower are free to use until 19:00.
The Gellért Campus opens its doors this semester, so the spring semester will be a new experience for all university citizens, in the form of a pilot semester. We kindly ask for your understanding in connection with any initial technical difficulties. We will regularly ask for your feedback so that we can further develop the Campus based on your experiences. Please share any comments or experiences with us at the email@example.com e-mail address.
Let’s create new experiences together in the new Campus!