The JTB (Benefits and Compensation Committee):


Statutes and province of authority


Managing the students’ affairs concerning benefits belongs to the province of authority of the Benefits and Compensation Committee.


The committee formulates and adopts statutes which will be the basis of their operation.


The committee will judge the current applications on the last Monday of each month. Thus, we ask everybody who has an application to regard this date as the deadline for delivery!


The committee acts as primary jurisdiction in the benefit affairs involving students of the Faculty which come under these statutes.


The student involved may appeal against the decisions and verdicts of the committee within 15 days after notification. The dean vested with this authority by the rector of the university performs appellate jurisdiction.

Appeals will be judged within 15 days from the date of delivery. Appeals against appellate decisions can be submitted to courts for judicial supervision.


Members of the Benefits and Compensation Committee at the Faculty:

- students delegated by the Student Self-Government at the Faculty, who are chosen by way of application,

- the economic vice-president of the Self-Government at the Faculty,

- 1 official from the registrar’s office of the Faculty,

- 1 teacher of the Faculty.





The Residence Hall Committee is a sub-committee of the Student Self-Government.

Members of the Residence Hall Committee organise the programmes in the residence hall; their task is moving the students in at the beginning of the academic year, creating a calm and pleasant atmosphere within the walls of the residence hall as well as solving the students' problems, giving information and administration.


Residence Hall in Cuha út

Members’ posts: president, member in charge of economy, member in charge of the programmes, member in charge of the Student Centre (DC) and the office, member in charge of design. These posts do not mean exclusive spheres of activity, all members will take part in organising and bringing the programmes to a successful conclusion, always helping each other’s work.


Tasks of the president: - Co-ordination of the Residence Hall Committee, checking the work of its members, organising the co-operation of its members, international relations with other organisations.


Member in charge of economy: - The one who organises and checks the economic affairs of the Residence Hall Committee, keeps track of the budget, deals with the invoices.


Member in charge of the programmes: – The one who is responsible for the circumstances and co-ordination of bringing the planned programmes to a successful conclusion.


Member in charge of the Student Centre (DC) and the office: - Among others, it is his/her duty to supervise and co-ordinate the computer room, maintain the order of the library and the office.


Member in charge of design: - Responsible for timely and appropriate advertisements of the programmes, keeping the notice board in order, for the ambience of the public places in college and for the design of the corporate image.




- The Sports and Cultural Committee is one of the main pillars of the Student Self-Government. This committee organises the programmes all the year round (e.g., cultural evenings, sports programmes, Freshers’ Ball, Students’ Days) and many other events. The co-ordinator of the Sports and Cultural Committee of the Student Self-Government (HÖK SKB) is answerable for the committee. The members of the committee are chosen by the Student Self-Government by way of application.