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BArekreáció és életmód

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Overview

The Faculty may only admit applicants for trainings that will be started following the general application procedure of 2022.

pte.hu/hu/felveteli/kepzes/rekreacio-es-eletmod-alapkepzesi-szak

Entrance exam:
Yes

Type of entrance exam:
oral

Entrance exam location:
Electronic

Entrance exam description:
The mean of grades from Biology and one other subject chosen by the student counts weighted in calculating the average of the high school grades. Besides a list of rankings thus completed, the student will participate in a min 15 minute long Skype interview, based on a certain protocol, to ascertain their competencies in the language thereby confirming that the applicant is competent enough to participate in the foreign language course.

Moreover, the requirement of admission to Recreation and Lifestyle BSc. program is to successfully complete the motor proficiency test. The fee of motor proficiency test (which is 4 000 HUF) has to be paid the latest on the day of the test.

You can ask for further information on the requirements of the motor proficiency test via tanulmanyi.osztaly@etk.pte.hu email address.

Contact:
Dr. Orsolya Máté
director of foreign affairs
orsolya.mate@etk.pte.hu

Programme structure

https://felveteli.pte.hu/kepzes/rekreacioszervezes_es_egeszsegfejlesztes_sport_es_rekreacioszervezes_alapszak

The training period is 6 semesters.
• Number of credits to be earned to obtain the undergraduate degree: 180 credits
• orientation of the training: practice-oriented: 60-70 percent
• credit value assigned to the preparation of the dissertation: 10 credits
• minimum credit value for related practical training outside the institution: 8 credits
• the minimum credit value that can be assigned to the optional subjects: 9 credits


The disciplines and fields of specialization leading to the vocational qualification, from which the specialization is built together with the preparation of the dissertation:
- sports science 80-100 credits;
- health science 30-45 credits;
- society and economics 20-40 credits;
- basic knowledge 10-15 credits

Type of courses (with different type of completion):
• theoretical
• practice
• field practice

Exams: written / oral / practical

Grade system:
1 – fail / no pass
2 – close fail but passed
3 – average, improvement needed
4 – above average grade, very good
5 – best possible grade, excellent

The minimum amount of credits to be collected in every semester is 18 credits.

Not available for applying at the moment

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Not available for applying at the moment

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States