On this page, we have collected the most important information about scharship indicators.
By entering your Neptun code, you can view your Scholarship Index and your “ÖCSI” and compare it with your groupmates.
The table includes only state scholarship, active, full-time students.
Calculation of the scholarship indicator
The basis for determining the scholarships and ÖCSIs for a given semester is the scholarship indicator based on the credit index for the previous semester. The scholarship indicator is used to evaluate the quantity and quality of the study work. The scholarship indicator is for one semester.
You can calculate with the following formula:
Credits Completed (teljesített kredit): Total credits completed during the training
Expected credits (elvárt kredit): Number of active semesters x 30
Scholarship index (ösztöndíjindex): Σ (credit x grade) / 30
Scholarship Index - Credit Index
The Credit Index and the Scholarship Index are the same.
It applies to one semester, in the calculation of the subjects accepted by KÁB can be taken into account only if the subject was completed in the semester for which the credit index
Within the Neptun system, you can check the metric for a given semester:
Studies> Study averages> Semester
Method of calculation: Σ (credit x grade) / 30
Cumulated adjusted credit index
The cumulative or cumulative adjusted credit index is a quantitative and qualitative indicator of a student’s performance over several semesters. It is the basis for the annual reclassification between state-subsidised and fee-based programmes.
Total adjusted credit index = Adjusted credit index,
(where the total number of credits earned and taken up over the whole period and 30 credits per semester (8 semester years of correspondence
26 credits per semester for an eight semester course).
You can check the index for a given semester within the Neptun system:
Studies > Academic averages > Semester
Calculation method: (∑credits earned/∑credits taken) x credit index
The Aggregated Group Index allows you to compare any two students within a grade. The scholarship indicators are used to calculate the ÖCSI, with the first in the cohort receiving a 2.0 and the last a 0. And the remaining students are ranked proportionally in between. This value is needed for e.g. college admissions and the University of Óbuda Scholarship application.
The scholarship is available to students (no application is required) who are active, state-supported, full-time students and who have achieved at least above the average grade point average and the scholarship indicator (2.5) set by the faculty’s student council in the previous semester.
For achieving the minimum grade point average, the minimum reward for academic achievement is 8330 HUF, and the maximum reward for the first in the class is 66,600 HUF. The scholarship will be awarded proportionally to the averages between them. The Study Scholarship is awarded after each semester for 5 months of the following semester.
A special feature of the scheme is that the first payment is made in the second month of each semester, but then two months of scholarship are paid at a time.
Found a mistake in your scholarship indicator?
Did we use inaccurate data?
Report it to email@example.com by 12:00 on 25 February!
The subject of the email should be:
“[Your Neptune code] – Study appeal”.
Please note that the spreadsheet is rounded to two decimal places, so there may be a minimal difference to the data you have calculated.
After a successful appeal, the table will be updated.