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MSc Biomedical Engineering

 Requirements: BSc degree in undergraduate courses in the fields of engineering sciences, IT, medical and health sciences, and natural sciences, as well as the undivided programs in general medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy.

– Intermediate English Language proficiency certificate

– Minimally CEFR B2 level language exam certificate

– Europass CV in English Motivation Letter,

– Motivation letter (introduction plus field of interest, etc.) in 3000 to 3500 characters.

– Copy of valid passport or national ID

Additional documents to be submitted in English/officially attested English translation:

– Medical certificate

– Chest X-ray (doctor’s note, not the image, and not older than 1 year)

– Vaccination card (showing that you are immunized against HEP B and C) OR serology results for Hep B and C

– HIV test result (not older than 3 months)

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Overview

Biomedical engineering is an emerging field that involves applying physical, chemical, mathematical, computer science, and engineering principles to the analysis of biological, medical, behavioral, and health-related problems. Biomedical engineers develop innovative devices and procedures to help prevent, diagnose and treat diseases. It relies on an in-depth understanding of science and engineering fundamentals, combined with a broad knowledge of physiological and anatomical systems.

Entrance exam: Yes

Type of entrance exam: oral

Entrance exam location: Electronic

Entrance exam description: Skype interview/personal interview

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MSc Chemical Engineering

Entry qualification: Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.

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Biochemical Engineering

Overview

Program description:

The MSc degree course in chemical engineering provides the appropriate skills and knowledge in chemistry, chemical engineering, and economic sciences. The Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology aims for its students to acquire profound theoretical knowledge in mathematics, physics, and physical chemistry. It also aims to have its students experience, during their studies, all the types of tasks that chemical engineers encounter in their practical everyday work. Students will acquire up-to-date laboratory skills, get acquainted with the machines and apparatus used in the chemical industry, know the principles needed for their optimal operation, and develop expertise in a more specific technology within the chemical, food, and light industries. Chemical engineering MSc graduates motivated to do research are prepared to continue their studies at a doctoral-level course.

Entry requirements:

BSc degree in chemical engineering, biochemical engineering or related curricula; quality of transcript (credit evaluation); language skills proven by TOEFL (min iBt 90, PBT 550 points), IELTS (min 5.0 points); successful admission exam 

Entrance exam: Yes,

Type of entrance exam: oral and written

Entrance exam location: Electronic

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MSc Electrical Engineering

Entry qualification: Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. All documents should be uploaded BOTH in the original language and in English. You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.

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Biochemical Engineering

Overview

Program description:

The MSc Program in Electrical Engineering is designed to give students a thorough understanding of the tools, methods, applications and practice of electrical engineering. It is both theoretical and practical in its orientation, with the goal to provide an education that is directly applicable to positions in industry.

The program has an integrated curriculum. Out of the 120 credits to earn during the 4 semesters, 108 credits are dedicated to electrical engineering and the underlying knowledge. On one hand, this is provided through lecture courses for the apprehension of the theoretical background. On the other hand, there are several practical and laboratory courses for acquiring the necessary proficiency and skills. In addition to these compulsory subjects, 6 credits are to be obtained from elective subjects related to the field, and another 6 credits from electives in human and economic sciences.

The program mainly comprises foundation and core subjects (22 credits), specialization subjects supplemented by project work and laboratory work (56 credits), and thesis design work (30 credits). To earn the degree, students should take a final exam and defend their thesis.

Specialized studies start either in the 2nd semester (in case of autumn enrolment), or right in the 1st semester (in case of spring enrolment). Students should CHOOSE both a main and a secondary SPECIALIZATION when writing the ADMISSION TEST. Any main specialization can be combined with any secondary specialization.

Biochemical Engineering

Main specializations:

• “Electric Power Systems” covers a wide range including the design and safe operation of electrical energy transmission and distribution systems, the design and operation of electric machines, and operational principles and applications of low and high voltage switching devices.

• “Multimedia Systems and Services” is concerned with telecommunications and computer network-based applications (voice, data, image, video, multimedia, and composite social information systems).

• “Embedded Systems” focuses on computer-based and application-oriented systems that operate autonomously, and have intensive information exchange with their physical-technological environment.

Secondary specializations:

• “Smart City”

• “Smart Systems Integration”

• “Optical Communication”

Entry requirements:

1) Completed BACHELOR’S studies with an overall result of min. 70%. This should be proven by the DEGREE٭ awarded AND the TRANSCRIPT of all corresponding records.

Applicants still doing the BSc should upload, IN ADDITION to the transcript, an official certificate of the EXPECTED date of graduation.

2) Appropriate knowledge of ENGLISH, proven by EITHER

a) a recent certificate of an internationally recognized, INTERNATIONAL language EXAM of overall B2 level, covering ALL the 4 basic SKILLS (reading, listening, writing, speaking), as detailed below٭٭;

OR

b) an official medium-of-INSTRUCTION certificate of the BACHELOR’S studies (only if the FULL program is given in English).

3) Sufficient knowledge in ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, proven at an online TEST during the admission procedure. (There is a minimum entry score set for the test.)

٭ NO PROVISIONAL degree certificate is accepted!

٭٭ ONLY the following language exams and results are accepted:

– IELTS min. 5.5;

– TOEFL IBT min. 80;

– Cambridge FCE min. 162;

– Pearson PTE min. 51.

Exams of LOCAL language schools or educational institutions or NATIONAL organizations are NOT accepted as proof of English proficiency!

LATER uploading of the language exam certificate is accepted ONLY IF, at the application, it is substituted by a DECLARATION of the planned exam!

 The medium-of-instruction certificate CANNOT be uploaded later!

Biochemical Engineering
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MSc Engineering Management

Entry qualification: Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.

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Biochemical Engineering

Overview

Program description:

The aim of the program is to train professionals, having technical management or engineering degrees, who are equipped with scientific, engineering, informatics, economics, and organizational knowledge and with a good command of a foreign language and skills to be able to manage complex engineering-economics tasks, plan and implement technical and economic processes and evaluate the results furthermore to prosecute developing economic and organizational knowledge on Ph.D. training. In possession of an MSc degree engineering managers will be capable of: – putting the acquired theoretical knowledge into practice and applying problem-solving skills, – reviewing production and service processes from different perspectives such as engineering, economic, human, and social perspectives, and facilitating communication among the representatives of the different fields of expertise, – planning and implementing business plans, – preparing tasks to facilitate engineering and economic decision-making procedures and making decisions, – evaluating procedures, making judgments, forming opinions, making decisions and drawing the necessary conclusions, – quality management of production systems and technologies, – improving quality and efficiency indicators.

Biochemical Engineering

Main specializations:

• “Electric Power Systems” covers a wide range including the design and safe operation of electrical energy transmission and distribution systems, the design and operation of electric machines, and operational principles and applications of low and high voltage switching devices.

• “Multimedia Systems and Services” is concerned with telecommunications and computer network-based applications (voice, data, image, video, multimedia, and composite social information systems).

• “Embedded Systems” focuses on computer-based and application-oriented systems that operate autonomously, and have intensive information exchange with their physical-technological environment.

Secondary specializations:

• “Smart City”

• “Smart Systems Integration”

• “Optical Communication”

Program structure

Basics of Natural Sciences: 30 credits

Quantitative Methods, Mechanics for Managers, Results, and Applications of Modern Physics, Basics of Nanotechnology, Ecological Planning, Econometrics,

Economics and Humanities: 20 credits

Organizational Development, Economic Law, Leadership Competency Development, Leadership Accountancy,

 Professional Studies: 30 credits

Engineering Technological Elements, Advanced Quality Management., Risk and Reliability, Integrated Informatics Systems Control

 Optional subjects: 10 credits

Thesis: 30 credits

Final exam:

 Defending the Diploma Work (oral presentation and discussion)

– Exam from two subjects chosen by the student

1. Integrated Technical subject topics: Engineering Technological Knowledge; a subject from Module I. and a subject from Module II.

2. Integrated Management subject topics: Operating Integrated Informatics Systems, Advanced Quality Management; Leadership Competency Development; Production and Service Management

Career opportunities

Graduates can choose from a wide range of positions in engineering fields from chemical to civil, electrical to mechanical. Because this degree combines management skills with engineering knowledge, you are uniquely suited to oversee teams of other engineers working on highly technical tasks and serve as the bridge between technical roles and management.

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Biochemical Engineering
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MSc Environmental Engineering

Entry qualification: Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.

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Overview

Program description:

The aim of this program is to provide students with specialized knowledge of natural science, ecology, engineering, economics, and management in order that they will be able to detect, assess, prevent and mitigate existing or potential environmental risks, as well as manage restoration and reclamation projects. Graduated students are able to develop appropriate technological solutions to prevent environmental pollutions. Their studies can be continued at the Ph.D. level. As a part of the program, students can further specialize in the fields of soil and water conservation, waste management, or ecotoxicology.

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MSc Logistics Engineering

Entry qualification: Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.

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study in Hungary MSc Logistics Engineering

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Program description:

The aim of the study is to train logistics engineers, who will be able to maintain and operate corporate logistics and good transportation systems. They will know modern supply chains and networks, their management and organizational basics, and transport control processes and workflows. Related logistics control and IT systems basics are also acquired. Furthermore, they will be able to join in developing logistics systems-related machines and tools. The students will also be able to deal with complex logistics systems modeling and optimization; they understand the operation and planning principles of corporate logistics systems, distribution networks, and supply chains. the students will also be prepared to manage leading tasks, creatively participate in R&D-related problems, and continue their studies later on in our Ph.D. program.

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MSc Materials Engineering

Entry qualification: Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original. You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.

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study in Hungary MSc Logistics Engineering

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Program description:

The objective of the program is to train engineers who, based on their knowledge in fundamental sciences of structure, properties, and behavior of materials (e.g. metals and their alloys, ceramics and silicates, polymers and plastics), are able to design and operate technologies and to carry out research projects and development activities. Available specializations: heat treatment of metals, ceramic and silicate engineering, polymer engineering, chemical technology. A specialization requires a minimum of 5 students, if the minimum is not met the student will be offered another specialization.