You do not have to apply for the loan again!
If you already have a valid Student Loan contract, you do not need to submit a loan application form again.
You should enrol/sign up for the semester as soon as possible.
We check your student status in cooperation with your Student Affairs Office. If you have a valid student status in a higher education institution in mid-September 2012, you will have your loan transferred as early as 14 October.
Instead of paying tuition fees “assignment”!
You need not pay the tuition fees to enrol/sign up for your course immediately. The solution offered for you is called „Assignment”.
Students of the higher education institutions who have concluded an agreement with the Student Loan Centre may also enrol for the semester without paying the tuition fees. Students can transfer a part of their Student Loan, specified in a written agreement, directly to the account of their higher education institution. In such cases the institution issues the verification of the student status as if they the tuition fees have been paid at the beginning of the semester.
Students should make enquiries about this opportunity at their Student Affairs Office.
Please remember that the assignment is to be renewed every semester.
Transfer days in the autumn semester of academic year 2012/2013
The Student Loan will be transferred to eligible students on the following days in the autumn term of academic year 2012/2013:
- October 15
- November 15
- December 14
- 15 January 2013
* The instalments due in September and October will be transferred for the students who opted for monthly instalments. This is also the day when the students opted for receiving their loan in a lump sum once a semester are provided with the instalment calculated for 5 months.
If you opted for monthly instalments, but you do not receive your money on the day of the first transfer (14 October), please call our customer service as soon as possible.
If you would like to change…
If you would like to change the amount of your loan, the frequency of transfer (i.e. from monthly instalments to a lump sum every semester), or if you intend to suspend or reactivate disbursement, you can request for such changes through the Student Loan Direct.
Get things done easily through the Student Loan Direct, which is available on the website www.diakhiteldirekt.hu. If you do not have a user account yet, you can request for one through the menu item Making a Contract. You can report any change in your data through the menu item Forms.
Please observe the deadlines. Read more about how you can change your settings...
Note: According to an amendment to the government decree effective as of 13 February 2009, students with job seeking parents, orphans, and students with one living parent who is a jobseeker, and concluded a loan contract before 15 May 2012, can apply for HUF 50,000 per month if they are engaged in state-funded education and HUF 60,000 per month if they attend a self-financed course, for a maximum period of two semesters. Click here for more details.
According to the new rules, loans with an increased amount may be taken out by students who concluded a loan contract prior to 15 May 2012 and continue to attend state-founded or self-financed courses. Clients who make a loan contract following 15 August 2012 will not have such an opportunity.
Have your study-related details changed?
If your student status terminates or if your study-related details change (you change institution or course, suspend your studies temporarily, or you suspend your student status), or if your bank account number or tax number changes, please inform us through the menu item Forms on Student Loan Direct. Click here to learn more about what to do if your study-related details change...
Have your personal data and/or contact details changed?
If your personal data (name, permanent address, citizenship) or contact details (mailing address, details of your trustee-on-delivery, your phone number or e-mail address) change, please inform us about the changethrough the menu item Forms on Student Loan Direct. Click here to learn more about what to do if your study-related details change...