Student services and facilities

Campus life

Wesley is in the 8th district of Budapest, called Józsefváros or Josefstadt in German, it is the part of the city centre in the wider sense as one of the 18-19th century older suburbs, close to the city centre.  The inner part of District 8 is becoming the new-cool part of Budapest. Increasingly more locals and plugged-in tourists find refuge in this peaceful neighbourhood lined with pretty pre-war residential homes as they escape the tourist-saturated Jewish Quarter just a few blocks away. The College has its own campus dormitory (see the link for further information and request for accommodation) with cheap accomodation possibilities for international students.

Campus Library

The college library is located in the College campus, offering a variety of diversified facilities for academic learning and research activities.

Campus chapel

There is a Student Chaplaincy with a cosy little chapel in the campus. The chapel is open for all of the students and professors. A pastor of the Hungarian Evangelical Fellowship is responible for the spiritual life of the institution – as for instance the prayers, meetings for Bible study, excursions, but also for individual and personal meetings and pastoral conversations. The vivid, ecumenical, or even interconfessional community is open to everyone.

Student ID

As the student of the John Wesley College, you will get a Hungarian Student ID, which is valid during your studies at the College.

Art Activities

Students interested in the performing and visual arts can take advantage of the College’s choir and chamber music orchestra regularly performing on classical and popular music events and concerts or join the college’s folk dance group, team. The best works of students participating in the Graphic Arts program are regularly displayed at the College and in the city as well.


Students athletic activities takes place within the framework of the College Sports Club providing practice and competition opportunities in track and field, gymnastic, swimming, basketball and volley ball.

Student Organization

The Student Body Association’s (HÖK) primary objective is the protection of students’ interests. It deals with all concerns and issues with special importance to students of the College including placement counseling, the arrangement of cultural events, and the provision of support for student participation at scholarly conferences.

Buffet and Self-Service Restaurant

A cheap buffet with hot meal service is located on campus.

Openning hours: Monday-Friday: From 8 am to 15 pm.

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