AIT's updated Contingency Plan announced to the student body and other parties concerned on March 12:

March 12, 2020

Yesterday (March 11.) the Hungarian government has introduced a number of extraordinary measures concerning the coronavirus outbreak, which includes the closure of all higher education institutions in Hungary, similarly to what is happening currently in many European countries.

This does affect AIT and we have to close the AIT building, but the current semester is NOT cancelled! All courses will switch to distance learning.

Between March 12-18 AIT won't have classes because of travels and we also need time to prepare for the new form of education. We start with distant learning tools on Thursday, March 19. We will make sure to keep students posted about any changes/updates.

We are revising the previously published contingency plan for the rest of the semester, and all courses will be offered in some online or other distance learning form. This means that everyone will be able to finish their coursework on time and receive credits for their work during the semester.

The AIT staff and your professors will contact students with the details of how each individual course is going to operate from next Thursday.


Please read previous updates for more information.

Thank you and be safe!

Previous update published on March 11.
Previous update published on March 4.