Graduate programs

Students holding a BSc degree or equivalent may pursue an MSc degree. Out of 12 (MSc) graduate degrees programs; 5 are available in English language. Acceptance and placement are based on the student’s academic credentials and current level of knowledge (incl. English language) assessed prior to acceptance.

Some MSc degree programs offer refresher courses, preparatory semesters so students can upgrade their knowledge in the relevant engineering subjects. Applicants are required to submit their academic transcripts and if applicable, details of their professional experience.

Students generally follow an assigned curriculum, but can freely choose elective courses depending on their personal interests. Courses are run in small groups and students are expected to work individually under the direction of a personal tutor. Students have free access to laboratories, research facilities, and computers. An MSc degree program is generally 4 semesters, 2 years in duration, consisting of 26 hours of instruction per week and 5 examinations per semester. After a successful completion of a thesis and final exams, the MSc degree is granted enabling its holder to actively conduct valid research and solve high-level engineering tasks.
Recommended for those

students having a BSc in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics and Engineering.

Brief Course Description/Objective

In today’s typically inter- and multidisciplinary working environment, there is a strong need for professionals with a strong theoretical background, capable of analysing and effectively solving mathematical problems in engineering applications. Our Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics with a specialisation in Engineering Mathematics is unique in the country and represents a niche in this field. Applied mathematics is a branch of mathematics that focuses on mathematical methods applied in engineering and natural sciences, industry and economics, modelling, analysing and studying problems, developing and applying methods to solve them, and providing algorithmic tools for their study. The aim of the course is to train mathematicians who are able to effectively model and solve problems that arise in real-life applications, within engineering, natural sciences, industry and management. The curriculum follows the recommendations of the SIAM, putting emphasis to application-oriented mathematics, practical applications, modelling and communication skills, team work, computer programming and high-performance computing.

Specialization
  • Engineering Mathematics
Study Option

Full-time

Study Type

campus

Language

English

Duration

4 semesters

Location

Budapest, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics

Regular Intake(s)

September

Tuition Fee

EUR 3,500/semester

Available Scholarship(s)

Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People

Recommended for those

undergraduate students who wish to further their technical and engineering background and pursue the wonderful profession of design architect. The course gives equal importance to an artistic attitude alongside engineering. You will be able to develop and cultivate your ambitions as a designer to the full after completing the Master of Architecture after your bachelor’s degree.

Brief Course Description/Objective

Our MSc is especially for bachelor graduates who want to advance their personal and professional development in the field of architectural design. The programme leads to an Óbuda University degree, accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee and linked to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). The stringent quality criteria applied by the Accreditation Committee are based on European standards for higher education.

The aim of the training is to prepare students for being able to apply their complex knowledge in the fields of environmental development in general, and architecture in particular. Significant emphasis is laid on theoretical foundations and on design training, respectively, at a high standard. Creative and technical fields are well balanced, with developing various skills in visual arts and engineering.
The academic staff of the Faculty have proven expertise in Central-Eastern European Countries, as well as inside and outside the European region. This offers our candidates the possibility to discuss and to initiate programs and projects in their respective native country.

Specialization
  • Architectural Design
  • Interior Design
Study Option

Full-time

Study Type

campus

Language

English

Duration

4 semesters

Location

Budapest,  Ybl Miklós Faculty

Regular Intake(s)

September

Tuition Fee

EUR 3,500/semester

Available Scholarship(s)

Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People

Recommended for those

students with a bachelor’s degree in economics or technical economics, who are especially for those interested in the management and organisation of small and medium-sized enterprises and in the management of companies.

Brief Course Description/Objective

The goal is to provide the students with an up-to-date, competitive and high-quality degree which is competitive even in the international labour market. Holders of such a degree are able to analyse the activities of an economic organisation and can tackle complex development programs; as a result of their mastery of innovation and economics, theoretical and methodical knowledge, consciously developed leadership skills and abilities they are capable of performing middle- and top-level managerial tasks.

Study Option

Full-time

Study Type

campus

Language

English

Duration

4 semesters

Location

Budapest, Keleti Károly Faculty of Business and Management

Regular Intake(s)

September

Tuition Fee

EUR 3,500/semester

Available Scholarship(s)

Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People

We offer for those

students with a BSc degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics or Engineering who want to go deeper into the world of computer science.

Brief Course Description/Objective

The aim of the course is to qualify engineers who, having acquired the necessary high-level scientific and specific IT-related technological skills, to be competent to design new IT systems and tools, to develop and integrate IT systems, to conduct and coordinate IT-purpose research and development tasks, as well as to be capable of pursuing their knowledge in the frame of PhD studies.

Specialization
  • Robotics
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Mobile application and game development
Study Option

Full-time

Study Type

campus

Language

English

Duration

4 semesters

Location

Budapest, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics

Regular Intake(s)

September

Tuition Fee

EUR 3,500/semester

Available Scholarship(s)

Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People

Recommended for those

undergraduate students, who wish to integrate mechanical engineering with electronics, electro-technics and computer control synergically

Brief Course Description/Objective

The aim of the course is the training of mechatronic engineers who, in possession of the acquired complex skills in natural sciences, electronic, mechanical and computer engineering as well as economics, will be capable to design, construct, integrate and develop mechatronic devices and equipment, and as well as able to solve research and development tasks of mechatronic systems, and who also possess well-founded theoretical knowledge to continue their studies in the next cycle of training (PhD).

Specialization
  • Vehicle Informatics
Study Option

Full-time

Study Type

campus

Language

English

Duration

4 semesters

Location

Budapest, Donát Bánki Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering

Regular Intake(s)

September

Tuition Fee

EUR 3,500/semester

Available Scholarship(s)

Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme

Hungarian Diaspora Scholarship Programme

Scholarship Programme for Christian Young People

Updated: 27.04.2022.