Name of the organization in its native language: Óbudai Egyetem
Address: Bécsi út 96/B, Budapest, 1034, Hungary
Statutory representative: Prof. Dr. Levente Kovács, rector
Although Óbuda University got its University status in 2010, it is already a key player in Hungarian higher education and a leading practice-oriented institution providing technical education in Hungary, where more than 12,000 students pursue their studies. According to the latest, 2022 Times Higher Education report, Óbuda University is the highest ranked technical university in Hungary.
It offers competitive knowledge in the fields of engineering, informatics, science, economics, and teacher training in 7 faculties, 2 education centers, 17 undergraduate, and 11 master’s programs. Master’s graduates may continue their studies in 3 doctoral schools.
The quality of education is indicated by the fact that the Institution has a quality certificate according to the requirements of the ISO standard and has won the highest recognition, the Higher Education Quality Award. Óbuda University provides 21st Century answers to the challenges in modern industry in the fields of cyber security, robotics, automation, health informatics, but even in light industry education and top fashion industry’s design planning.
The management of Óbuda University cooperates with many well-known domestic and international higher education institutions and companies. As a result, a large number of students can participate in the Erasmus+ scholarship programs. Within the framework of the program, many international students can also come to Óbuda University to study. The management of Óbuda University has recently implemented several infrastructural developments such as the complete renovation of Kandó Kálmán Dorm, which houses 400 students in a modern building. In addition, further institutional developments are in store, for example, the concentration of technical programs on the Óbuda campus.
Students can enjoy vibrant community life at Óbuda University, with sports facilities and fascinating programs. Students may also test their skills and knowledge in a number of international academic competitions.
Prof. Dr. László Gulácsi Dsc.
acting vice-rector for research
Head of International Relations Office