After 3 weeks of online learning, the KJU management analyzed the situation and has found that the spread of the epidemic has not slowed down, the pandemic situation is still uncertain in Hungary, the entry into the country is difficult and is allowed in various phases. Under these circumstances, the possibility of classroom (face-to-face) education cannot be fully secured for everyone. For this reason, in order to provide access to education and course materials without restriction to everyone, we will continue with the online form of education this semester. However, we are looking for the possibility of organizing contact programs, of which we will notify you in time.
In case you need help or support, do not hesitate to contact us.
The International Office
Due to the rising COVID cases in Hungary, the International Office has decided to introduce a new system of the consulting sessions. If there are any questions or requirements please email Ms. Viktoria for non-Erasmus queries (email@example.com) and Ms. Annamaria for Erasmus queries (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance, in order to book an appointment. We do not accept walk-ins.
In the meanwhile if you have any symptoms please contact us and call the national line: +3680277455 or +3680277456.
Based on the latest restrictions valid from 1 September 2020, https://www.portfolio.hu/en/economy/20200828/hungary-to-close-borders-from-1-september-446442 , all international students fall into the category of regulations for entering Hungary from a ’red zone’ country. Please, consider that the two-week quarantine is mandatory to all incoming students unless they present two negative SARS-CoV-2 tests taken within 5 days after their entry and in an interval of 48 hours between the two tests. Tests made outside of Hungary are not accepted any more. Entrance into Hungary is allowed based on the official documents and the medical check at the border. Please, do not start your travel if you have any symptoms of illness! For details and the submission of police request please, read the “Before Travelling to Hungary” section below.
According to Government Decree 341/2020 (VII. 12) on travel restrictions during the pandemic preparedness period, several changes and entry restrictions have been introduced.
Based on the current level of infection in other countries the National Chief Medical Officer has listed countries into three categories – red, yellow and green –with different levels of border crossing restrictions. Please, check the following link for constant country updates: https://helpers.hu/hu/egyeb/country-categories-for-entry-to-hungary-updated-regularly/
Before starting your travel arrangements, please stay informed about the current rules. Click here for the detailed entry rules and quarantine requirements depending on the category of country you are coming from.
The government is constantly monitoring the infection data in the world and makes changes in the decisions accordingly. New changes are introduced weekly, please follow the website of the Consulate and the National Police as often as possible for information on changes
Before Travelling to Hungary
On admission, KJU shall issue a certificate for entry to Hungary for all international students. The identification of the students on the basis of their non-personal data (passport number and nationality) will be recorded in a central unified electronic interface set up for inspection by the National Police Headquarters.
Before departure you must print out the Certificate already signed and stamped by KJU and fill in the sections as specified by hand. Do not forget to bring this document with you as it is requested by the immigration authorities.
All international students (freshmen student, upper-semester student or Erasmus+ student) travelling from a “red-category” country must submit an equity request and fill out an online police registration before departure to Hungary. Please fill in the form here: https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home
You will find the user guide for submission here.
Documents you need to upload on registration:
After submitting the police form, within a few days, you will receive an Official Decision letter. When receiving the Official Decision letter, feel free to e-mail it to us at email@example.com, as the document is issued in Hungarian, we are more than happy to help you! If you have any questions whilst filling the form out, feel free to contact us for help.
Please, remember to print the Official Decision letter out before travelling as it is crucial when you enter Hungary.
Due to these regulations KJU has decided to introduce changes in the upcoming fall semester.
Until further notice all courses will be held online until 30th September. From 1st October courses will be taught on our Budapest campus.
For further information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org