Acedemic Regulations

EXTRACT FROM THE ACADEMIC AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS OF UNIVERSITY OF SOPRON Table of contents Basic concepts of the credit system The curriculum Course programme Student status, termination and interruption Student enrollment , registration and registration obligations Assessment of academic achievement Examination regulations, examination period Indicators of academic achievement The thesis The final examination The diploma Read more about Acedemic Regulations[…]

Tourism and Catering BA

Duration of studies: 7 semesters Study mode: full time Language of instruction: English Qualification at the end of studies: Economist BA level The objective of this training program: To acquaint students with tourism as an individual social-economic phenomenon and discipline; to prepare students for work in special fields of the tourism industry, e.g. tourism marketing Read more about Tourism and Catering BA[…]

Health insurance

For getting the medically necessary treatment in Hungary, you will need the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). The health care provider decides whether the needed treatment is medically necessary during your stay in Hungary. Please do inform yourself in your homecountry about possible extended medical insurances valid in Hungary for hospital treatment and dentist. […]

Welcome to TAFA

Welcome to TAFA, Hungarian Academy of Tourism and Aviation!
Hungarian Academy of Aviation and Tourism, located in Hungary provides students with unique Bachelor’s degree in tourism combined with aviation studies and pilot license.
Tendencies in the field of tourism are dramatically and rapidly changing. In order to develop and fulfill consumer’s new needs, travel experts have to adapt to these changes and use them to their advantage. The demand for up to date and special training within the field of tourism has never been so important. Our school teaches these new trends to its students while helps them benefit from the changing market. […]

ECTS information and the Hungarian grading system

ECTS – European Credit Transfer System
In addition to grades, higher education institutions in Hungary award ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System), as a part of the Bologna system. Although there is no national regulation on this issue, it is common for 1 ECTS credit to be equivalent to approx. 30 student working hours. Credits are awarded when a course has been completed and all required examinations have been successfully taken. 60 ECTS credits represent the workload of one year of study and 30 ECTS credits represent workload of one semester. […]