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INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING DISTANT EDUCATION AND SPRING HOLIDAY

English Created: 2020.04.09 14:40 Modified: 2020.04.20 14:34

INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING DISTANT EDUCATION AND SPRING HOLIDAY

 

With regard to the Government Decree on Emergency Proclamation 40/2020. (III. 11.) of 11 March 2020  and based on 41/2020. (III.11.), I hereby issue the following order:

§ I will order an extraordinary rector's educational holiday at John von Neumann University commencing on 14 March 2020.

 

§ An extraordinary spring holiday will be ordered for students at John von Neumann University from 16 to 21 March 2020.

 

§ From 23 March 2020 John von Neumann University ill be offering distance-learning education until cancellation of this order.

 

§ During the periods referred to in § 1, § 2 and § 3, a ban of visiting will be in force in all buildings of the John von Neumann University until further notice.

 

§ During the rector's holiday, the spring holiday and the distance education period the work of academics, researchers, teachers, staff and functional staff of the higher education institution will be continuous.

 

§ This order shall enter into force on the day of its publication and shall remain in force until revoked.

Tamás Fülöp  PhD, Rector

Kecskemét, 12 March 2020

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Full-time study program in English

English Created: 2020.04.06 15:33 Modified: 2020.04.06 15:46
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Quality Management

English Created: 2020.04.06 08:39 Modified: 2020.04.06 08:46

 

The aim of John von Neumann University is to maintain and develop practice-oriented education that meets national and international quality requirements and supports scientific research and innovation.

 

The management of John Neumann University is committed to:

 

  • compliance with applicable laws and maintainer expectations,
  • meet national and international accreditation requirements,
  • develop a training structure and program which is competitive in Europe and in the global world,
  • meet the high level and efficiency research needs of industry, agriculture, public education, administration and economy in the region,
  • strengthen partnerships and cooperation,
  • maintain well-established reputation,
  • provide employees with a predictable workplace, appropriate working environment and possibility for professional development,
  • strengthen the culture of quality, dedication to quality issues

 

The management of the university implements and maintains a quality management system compatible with the international standard MSZ EN ISO 9001: 2015, which meets the requirements of the maintainer, accreditation and partners.

 

In order to fully meet the quality requirements of education, research and innovation, educators, researchers and all staff have the opportunity to renew constantly, while being receptive to new scientific results, teaching and learning methods and continuous professional development.

 

Quality management, commitment to quality, demanding and implementing quality work, and compliance with established internal policies, quality standards and requirements are fundamental requirements at all management levels.

 

Kecskemét, 01/08/2017

 

Piroska Ailer Phd

 rector

 

Management System Certificate

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) alert!

English Created: 2020.03.12 09:07 Modified: 2020.04.09 14:42

 

Dear Students,

We would like to inform you that the observance of the Hungarian epidemiological rules is also obligatory for the foreign citizens staying here. The laws of Hungary must be observed in all cases, this is especially important in the current emergency. Violations may result in penalties.

Please be informed about the current epidemiological rules and be careful in everyday life.

I wish you good health! We look forward to seeing you back in our classrooms!

Kind regards,

Norberta Sági PhD

Vice-rector for Education

John von Neumann University

 

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Dear University Citizens,

please continue to follow the advice and guidelines offered by national and international authorities:

 

World Health Organisation: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public

Official Hungarian site of coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19): http://abouthungary.hu/

 

 

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INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING DISTANT EDUCATION AND SPRING HOLIDAY

With regard to the Government Decree on Emergency Proclamation 40/2020. (III. 11.) of 11 March 2020  and based on 41/2020. (III.11.), I hereby issue the following order:

§ I will order an extraordinary rector's educational holiday at John von Neumann University commencing on 14 March 2020.

 

§ An extraordinary spring holiday will be ordered for students at John von Neumann University from 16 to 21 March 2020.

 

§ From 23 March 2020 John von Neumann University ill be offering distance-learning education until cancellation of this order.

 

§ During the periods referred to in § 1, § 2 and § 3, a ban of visiting will be in force in all buildings of the John von Neumann University until further notice.

 

§ During the rector's holiday, the spring holiday and the distance education period the work of academics, researchers, teachers, staff and functional staff of the higher education institution will be continuous.

 

§ This order shall enter into force on the day of its publication and shall remain in force until revoked.

Tamás Fülöp  PhD, Rector

Kecskemét, 12 March 2020

 

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Dear University Citizens,

According to the government decision dated March 11, 2020, the government declared an emergency due the Covid-19 pandemic. According to the government decision, the following provisions will enter into force at John Neumann University until revocation.

 

Provisions concerning students

Face-to-face classes, consultations and examinations in both full-time and correspondence courses are suspended until further notice. Please be informed through the Neptun System and NMS interfaces of the courses. If you have any problem using this system, please send an email to nms@uni-neumann.hu.

This provision only means the absence of face-to-face classes, consultations and exams, but does not imply a change in the semester schedule and does not affect the completion of the courses.

This provision also encompasses the full-time practical training of the Teacher Training Faculty, which means that no partipcipation in practical training will be possible. However regional practices and correspondence students' practices are not affected, unless restricted by the host institution.

Under this provision even small group personal consultations must not be held.

According to the government decision the university infrastructure (library, dormitory, university sports facilities, vehicle-workshops and other public places of the university) may not be used. Students residing in Hungary have to leave the dormitory until 16.00 on March 12, 2020. In special circumstances, the head of the dormitory, Károly Roza may be contacted at roza.karoly@uni-neumann.hu.

Based on the above, sport events organised by the university are also suspended.

Student administration is conducted only by means of electronic technology.

In all other respects, the institutional action plan issued on 11 March 2020 will remain valid, please comply with this.

 

Kecskemét, 11 March 2020

 

                                                                          Tamás Fülöp PhD                                          Ildikó Nagy

                                                                                Rector                                            Chief financial officer


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Hungary has declared a state of emergency in the entire country due to the coronavirus (Covid-19), according to the announcement made by the Minister of the Prime Minister's Office, Gergely Gulyás announced at the daily press conference of the Hungarian government's coronavirus task force. The Minister said that the move is necessary to avoid community the spread of the virus in the community.

The state of emergency (technically, a "state of danger") is a so-called special legal order defined in the Fundamental Law of Hungary which allows the government to introduce a number of extraordinary measures by decree and to suspend the application of certain laws in order to mitigate a natural or industrial disaster. It remains in effect for fifteen days unless Parliament authorises the government to extend it. 

The special legal order allows the government to halt air traffic or public transportation, order quarantines in certain areas (or even evacuations), restrict usage of public spaces, or even to prescribe civil defence obligations or to draw companies under temporary state control. Once again, these are measures permitted only by the state of emergency, including measures that have been announced. Once the state of emergency ends, all specially authorised government decrees also lose their effect.

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