After my telephone conversation today with Semmelweis University concerning the entrance exam and with respect to the fact your health and safety is the most important goal both for the university and college, it was agreed that our students will take the entrance exam from their homes. The situation with Szeged University is being discussed for a joint or separate exam and I will inform you soon.
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Right after Brexit, Dr. Shahrokh MirzaHosseini, President of Avicenna International College (AIC) held talks with the education authorities in the Uk and met with several UK partner universities. After several years of intense work and after the successful launch of the NCUK center in Budapest, It was decided that AIC will establish a branch in the UK. The request of AIC was reviewed and granted with a positive decision. As of March 14, 2020, "Avicenna International College - UK" is officially incorporated and will provide educational services to the UK and international students. This is a great step for AIC global development, especially in relation to its UK and British standards.
Dear Students of AIC, Dear Applicants to Semmelweis and Szeged Universities, The entrance exam to these universities is getting closer. Although we have not received any new instructions from the universities about these exams, we should assume that the exams will be held as scheduled, unless otherwise instructed.
We are in an emergency situation. Yet, the response of AIC to the extraordinary conditions have been prompt and adequate. This has been recognized by the Hungarian Education Authority and the Ministry. AIC was the first in Hungary to provide online education and since then all our teachers are providing education in their classes.
We are experiencing the Extraordinary conditions due to Coronavirus pandemics. Avicenna International College canceled its classes two weeks earlier than the order of the Hungarian Education Authority (OH) to close the schools, universities, and colleges. However, I am happy that thanks to the hard work of my colleagues we immediately started with online education and we will further develop this service in the future. The Student Center of AIC will remain functional and will provide services to our students and other external students to apply for universities. However, these services are now online, via phone, videoconference, and email. We will continue with our meetings (virtual), consultations (online) and registration for the university entrance examinations. My colleagues are working really hard to make sure that you can register at the university of your choice and fulfill all their requirements.
In a letter addressed to Mr. Dani Csaba, the Principal of Avicenna International College, Dr. Veres Gabor from the Ministry of Human Capacities congratulates and welcomes the distance learning program of AIC to prevent the spreading of coronavirus. AIC canceled its classes two weeks before the Government decided to close the schools. Upon calling off the classes, Avicenna International College immediately launched its online education program thanks to the hard work of the experts at the IT Department and the close cooperation of the faculty and teachers. AIC plans to further develop its distance learning resources and strategies in the near future.