Nobel laureates of bme dénes GÁbor (1900 1979) holography, in 1971



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Nobel laureates of BME

  • Dénes GÁBOR (1900 - 1979) holography, in 1971

  • Jenő WIGNER (1902 - 1995)

  • theoretical physics, in 1963

  • György OLÁH (b:1927)

  • organic chemistry, in 1994



Former students of BME



Former graduates of BME



Education at the BME

  • Traditional Dipl. Eng. Programs (MSc, 5 years) – in Hungarian

  • From 2005/2006 two-cycle linear higher education system in Hungary (Bologna process). Engineering education in general:

  • 7 semester BSc programs (210 credits)

  • 4 semester MSc programs (120 credits)

  • PhD Programs (3 years)

  • BSc, MSc and PhD curricula in English, partly in German, French, Russian

  • Since 1994 European Credit Transfer Scheme

  • Programs are qualified by the Hungarian Accreditation Body (MAB)

  • Continuing Engineering Education, postgraduate courses, MBA, etc.



Students attending the BME (2007)





Civil Engineering

  • Civil Engineering

  • Land Surveying and Geoinformatics

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Production Engineering

  • Power Engineering

  • Architectural Engineering

  • Chemical Engineering

  • Bioengineering

  • Environmental Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Technical Informatics

  • Transportation Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Engineer-Physics

  • Mathematics

  • Engineering Manager

  • Business Manager







Civil Engineering Sciences

  • Civil Engineering Sciences

  • Earth Sciences

  • Mechanical Engineering Sciences

  • Architectural Art (DLA)

  • Building Sciences

  • Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Information Technology

  • Transport Science

  • Vehicle, Mobile Machines Engineering

  • Mathematics and Computer Science

  • Physics

  • Economy, Management and Organizations

  • Psychological Sciences

  • History of Technology and Science



Continuing/Adult Education at the BME

  • Institute for Continuing Engineering Education (MTI)

  • Idea of life long learning of engineers in 1924

  • Established in 1939 (1st in Europe)

  • Qualified by MAB in 2001 (EN ISO 9001:2001)

  • „UNESCO Chair” Award in 2000

  • Member of SEFI, IACEE, FEANI…

    • Qualification for the „Eur-Ing” in FEANI register
    • (633 Eur-Ing at Dec. 2007)
  • Aim: full CEE program, fitting to the market demand

  • incl.: Postgraduate engineering courses,

  • Economic, management and IT studies,

  • Courses for special qualification / certificate

  • (e.g. building surveyor, quality manager) Special EU topics (legal, economic, R&D….)

  • Annually in average: 80 courses, 1750 participants



Other forms of Continuing Education at the BME

  • Postgraduate education in eng. specialization

  • Organized by the Faculties for engineers

  • 4 semesters with exams, diploma-work, certificate

  • 63 curricula, e.g.: welding, pharmacochemistry, R&D in EE, manager in energetics, city-planning, color-dynamics, reactor-technology, financial IT

  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)

  • Since 1992 with Heriot-Watt University, since 1996 gradually redesigned with the assistance of American institutions by Fac. Economic Sciences

  • MBA executive, professional

  • Annually in average: 500 MBA diplomas

  • Further education courses: with certificate by Fac. Econ. Sci. E.g.: teachers of secondary schools, techn. experts in justice, educational manager, media designer, taxation expert, regional developer, environmental manager, etc.



Budget (2007)



BME as Research University



Funded EU projects (2002-2006)



University – Industry Collaboration Model



BME University Research Centers Consortia with industrial and academic partners

  • 3G/4G Mobile Communications R&D&I Centre

  • Information Technology Innovation and Knowledge Centre

  • Inter-University Cooperative Research Centre for ICT

  • Advanced Vehicle Control Knowledge Centre

  • Biomedical Engineering Knowledge Centre

  • Biomechanical Cooperative Research Centre

  • Cooperative Research Centre for Intelligent Materials

  • Infopark: Innovation and Technology Park (1st in CE Europe)



Strategic relations – Multinational and national companies

  • Hungarian Telekom

  • IBM

  • Intel

  • Knorr-Bremse

  • Mentor Graphics

  • Microsoft

  • Nokia

  • Oracle

  • Paks Nuclear Power Plant

  • Pannon Mobile

  • SAP

  • Siemens

  • Visteon



Memberships in international organisations and networks

  • EUA (European University Association)

  • CESAEER (Conf. of European Schools of Advanced Eng. Education and Research)

  • SEFI (European Society for Engineering Education)

  • Conference of Rectors and Presidents of European Universities of Technology

  • 4TU League: Regional cooperation of BME, CTU in Prague, SUT in Bratislava, TU Wien

  • INU (International Network of Universities)

  • AUF (Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie)

  • ATHENS Network (Advanced Technology Higher Education Networks/Socrates)

  • OECD-IMHE (OECD - Institutional Management in Higher Education)

  • DEAN (Deans European Academics Network)

  • WITEC (European Association for Women in Science Engineering and Technology)

  • ENEN (European Nuclear Education Network)

  • EDEN (European Distance Learning and E-Learning Network)

  • ACA (Academic Cooperation Association)

  • EU-ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) University Network Program

  • EAIE (European Association for International Education)

  • IAUP ( International Association of University Presidents)

  • EUNICE (European Universities Network for ICT)

  • T.I.M.E. Association (Top Industrial Managers for Europe)



Some of the major University Bilateral Agreements

  • Technical University of Vienna, Technical University of Graz, Austria

  • Technical University of Helsinki, Finland

  • INSA de Rennes, ENSAM, ParisTech, France

  • KUL Leuven, Belgium

  • NTNU Trondheim, Norway

  • Zhejiang University (Hangzhou), Northeastern University (Shenyang), China

  • TU Delft, The Netherlands

  • RWTH Aachen, University of Karlsruhe, TU Berlin, TU Munich, Germany

  • Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

  • Technical University of Cracow, TU Warsaw, Poland

  • Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Technical University of Košice

  • University of New Hampshire, of Virginia, Florida Tech, USA

  • Hanoi Open University, Vietnam

  • National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

  • Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbay, Delhi, India

  • University of Tokyo, Hokkaido University, Waseda University, Japan

  • Seoul National University, Korea University, Republic of Korea

  • Technical University of Tallinn, Estonia



Number of ERASMUS Agreements (2007-2008)



The BME Strategic Objectives

  • A EUROPEAN CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN THE CREATION AND TRANSFER OF ENGINEERING AND BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE

  • Strong basic education and differentiated, high quality master education, aiming at prestigious BSc/BA and MSc /BA degrees, resp.

  • PhD/DLA education and scientific qualification in technical and natural sciences, partly in economic sciences

  • High-level research, development and innovation in cooperation with academic and business partners, by contracts, agreements and participation in national and European projects;

  • Training flexibility corresponding to changing social and professional needs, the extension of curricula in English

  • Perceptible contribution to the technical development of Hungary

  • To be a valuable member of the European Research and Higher Education Area, harmonising theory and practice.










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