Erasmus Studies

Study Guide

You will find the ERASMUS study guide for the autumn and spring semesters of the running academic year, including the offered courses for ERASMUS incoming students at the Faculty of Sciences.

Please note that the availability of courses sometimes depends on the number of applicants (meaning that some may not actually be launched if the number of interested students is insufficient). Thus, it is recommended that you contact the institutes’ coordinators to find out about the availability of particular courses you find intresting and wish to select.

If you feel like browsing through other faculties’ course lists, their study guides are available here. Please remember that taking courses from faculties other than the one your ERASMUS mobility agreement relates to, might only be possible on an individual basis, upon request to the faculty concerned.

Our academic calendar: semester dates and national holidays

Grading system

The grading system generally used by Hungarian higher education institutions is the following:

  • The highest grade is 5, excellent.
  • Grade 4 is good.
  • Grade 3 is average.
  • Grade 2 is a pass.
  • Grade 1 is a fail - the student must re-sit the exam or re-submit the paper. If the course is closed with a 'fail', it is considered as not completed and must be repeated.
  • To allow easy conversion between the Hungarian five-scale grading system and the European systems, here is a reference table, with explanations:
Local grade Definition
5 EXCELLENT - outstanding performance with only minor errors
4 GOOD - above the average standard but with some errors
3 MEDIUM - fair but with significant shortcomings
2 SATISFACTORY - performance meets the minimum criteria
1 INSUFFICIENT (FAIL) - considerable further work is required before the credit can be awarded

ECTS Grade Definition
A EXCELLENT - outstanding performance with only minor errors
B VERY GOOD - above the average standard but with some errors
C GOOD - generally sound work with a number of notable errors
D SATISFACTORY - fair but with significant shortcomings
E SUFFICIENT - performance meets the minimum criteria
FX FAIL - some more work required before the credit can be awarded
F FAIL - considerable further work is required
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