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BScMechanical Engineering

Tuition fee $6,500.00 per year
Application fee $150.00 one-time
Deposit $350.00 one-time


The aim of the program is to train mechanical engineers who are able to operate and maintain machines and mechanical devices, introduce engineering technologies and applications, organize and control work-phases, and mechanical development. Graduates can solve the general problems of research and planning as expected by the labor market and have in-depth theoretical knowledge to continue their studies at the next level.

The purpose of the program is to train professionals who possess a well-grounded and broad knowledge that graduates can apply immediately in their work and also use as the basis for further studies at the graduate level.

Students can acquire practical knowledge in technology, in system engineering, in designing software i.e. CAD, CAE, CAM and FEM.

Through learning basic law, economics, quality management and maintenance strategies, students are capable of carrying out projects concerning production and inspection.

- Automotive Production Process Control Specialization
- Building Services Engineering Specializaton
- Operation and Maintenance Specialization​​

Programme structure

Course structure:

Basic science subjects (48 credits)
Mathematics, Technical Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Operation and Theory of Machines, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, Technical Chemistry

Subjects in economics and humanities (20 credits)
Economics for Engineers, Microeconomics, Basics of Quality Management, Management for Engineers, State Administration and Law, Introduction to Ethics

Professional subjects (117 credits)
Informatics, Descriptive Geometry, Technical Drawing, Machine Elements, CAD and CAE, 3D Computer Aided Design, Material Science, Technology of Structural Materials, Electrotechnics and Electronics, Measurements and Automatics, Thermal and Fluid Machines, Manufacturing Processes, Logistics, Industrial Safety, Steel Constructions, Hydraulics and Pneumatic Machines, Fracture Mechanics, Manufacturing Planning, Diagnostics, FEM, PLC, Material Handling and Robotics, Drivetrain Optimization, Machine Repairing, Maintenance Engineering.

Optional subjects (10 credits)
Thesis (15 credits)

Final Exam:
- Defending the thesis (oral presentation and discussion)
- Exam on two subjects chosen by the student
- Machine Repairing, and one subject chosen by the student:
- Material Handling and Robotics
- or Maintenance Engineering

Apply now! Academic year 2018/19
Application deadline
May 31, 2018 23:59
Europe/Budapest time
Studies commence
Sep 2, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States