Szechenyi Istvan University

Introduction

Szechenyl Istvan Unuversity is proud that its work is perceived not only as professional, educational and meets a high standard of scientific research but also as being social responsible. Our students will not only be engineers, technical educators, IT specialists, lawyers, economists, musicians, health and social science professionals but will also be the intellectuals of the country and this region, who are social responsible as well.

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Szechenyl Istvan Unuversity in Győr emphasizes basic research next to the applied sciences so our educator-researcher colleagues have seen what will be and what could be within five years. Moreover, they not only see but also shape the future actively.

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Our university has been undertaking the building of an exemplary model of the changing Hungarian, higher education system. To this we have found excellent partners: the city of Gyor and the energetic regional industry within Audi Hungaria, which is committed to the community and the society and the active students who are proud of their university.
The effect of the economy of Győr, the regional organizational power of the city and the university’s influence can be felt not only in the city but well beyond its borders into the surrounding area and region.


The purpose of the university is to be the intellectual and developmental centre of Győr, which is closely connected to the economy of the area.

We are building the future of Győr!

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MSc

Master Study Program Vehicle Engineers In The Fold Direction Combustion Engines

Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2016 Hungary Budapest

This program targets for the international automotive industry practice-oriented trained engineers to train in order to expand its market position and reputation as an innovation engine of the economy continue to be able to meet. [+]

Masters Course vehicle engineers in the field of internal combustion engines objectives: form for the international automotive industry practice-oriented trained engineers, so they can expand their market positions and reputation as an innovation engine of the economy continue to be able to meet. Technical preparation for the automotive industry, and in particular the engine technology and to the demands of an engine plant and its suppliers Of German language (absolute requirement of many regional companies) Efficient use of young engineers in enterprises of vehicle and engine manufacturing and development Study Requirements: First degree (bachelor) with at least 180 credit points in the following educational backgrounds: Mechanical engineering, vehicle engineering, mechatronics and Traffic Engineering, Engineering for logistics Future-oriented training Training on modern test stands Training at complex measurement technology and learn how to use Learning the motor connections through practical activities Processing industry relevant projects - On-schedule, reliable approach Basic research on wear test benches: Training in basic research, taking into account direct application orientation creative, independent, committed work accurate, precise, documented procedure Introduction to Verschleißtechnik (RNT) Training in the most innovative technology with complex measurement technology Learning the subtle relationships of tribological systems in motor Processing of scientific projects -teamfähiges, networked, international work -analytisches, precise, structured approach thesis The Diploma semester can be spent in German companies. [-]

MSc in Infrastructure engineering (Transport Infrastructure-Geotechnics)

Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2016 Hungary Budapest

Civil engineering problems require the application of analytical, decision making and critical thinking skills - this course will provide students with the technical knowledge and skills needed to develop these skills. [+]

Civil engineering problems require the application of analytical, decision making and critical thinking skills - this course will provide students with the technical knowledge and skills needed to develop these skills. List of courses General compulsory courses Transport Infrastructure-Geotechnics compulsory courses Numerical methods Selected topics of road planning and design Stochastic processes Road pavements Continuum mechanics Case studies in railway construction Noise and vibration control Geotechnical structures and technologies Quality management systems Case studies in geotechnics Communications skills Electives Technical English Pedestrian and cycle traffic Engineering Ethics Railway track diagnostics Project Management Selected topics in traffic engineering Civil engineering compulsory courses Computer aided infrastructure design Sustainable settlements and transport Individual research project Road and railway construction Engineering geology Hydraulic engineering Soil investigation and testing Earthwork Geotechnical design Bridge construction Seismic design Tunnels Diploma thesis Professional project General academic calendar Starting in autumn semester: Application deadline: June 1, Registration: August Semester: September – January Examination period: December - January Starting in spring semester: Application deadline: November 1 Registration: January Spring semester: February – May Examination period: May - June [-]

Supply Chain Management MSc Program

Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2016 Hungary Budapest

The central feature of the program is its integrated approach concerning logistics, business management, and supply chain. The program covers a broad range of subject areas in disciplines including logistics, transportation, forwarding, purchasing, distribution, global economics, decision sciences, research methodology, etc. In most of the courses students can receive input from ‘experts by experience’ in strong collaboration with the industrial partners of our university. [+]

Outstanding learning opportunity From 2017 February begins our new Supply Chain Management master program. The central feature of the program is its integrated approach concerning logistics, business management, and supply chain. The program covers a broad range of subject areas in disciplines including logistics, transportation, forwarding, purchasing, distribution, global economics, decision sciences, research methodology, etc. In most of the courses students can receive input from ‘experts by experience’ in strong collaboration with the industrial partners of our university. Project-work in small group on real cases is a relevant part of the program. Beyond the courses trainee programs, practice-focused research, student grants, competitions are provided for the students by the academic and business organizations. Excellent staff Our professors enjoy strong collaborative relationships with industrial and service partners from automotive and other technology-based sectors, also from logistics, shipment, transportation, forwarding companies. They practice their subject areas through a wide range of activities, including a combination of practice in consultancy and advisory work, research, and membership of relevant national and international organisations. Wherever you are thinking to learn logistics and supply chain management in master level, this is definitely the place to go on your study. Career opportunity The excellence of Supply Chain Management master program is evidenced by the National Accreditation Committee, and high levels of student employability. More than 90% of our graduate students go on to work and/or further study to Doctoral School within six months of getting master degree. The master supply chain managers are demanded, also in SME-s and global multinational companies. There are a lot of job opportunity in local and international firms in Hungary and wherever in the world with the competitive logistics and supply chain skills. The starting salaries are definitely higher than the average of other beginners (Leavers Follow Survey from 2012). Course structure The Program contains 4 semesters (with two intakes per year): between February and May, and between September and December. The total number of credits needed to complete the program is 120 credits. [-]

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Master’s Program in Marketing

Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2016 Hungary Budapest

The objectives of the program are: To provide insight into international and, especially, East and Central European marketing processes. To understand real business problems and their potential solutions. To increase knowledge of institutional and corporate systems and challenges (by inviting guest lecturers from the business world). To enable students to experience market analysis (by practice and by participation in research). To increase ability in the professional communication of knowledge in English (through conference participation and publications). The program’s curriculum mixes theory with practice and self-directed learning with the tutor-assisted learning to student knowledge and ability. [+]

Objectives The objectives of the program are: To provide insight into international and, especially, East and Central European marketing processes. To understand real business problems and their potential solutions. To increase knowledge of institutional and corporate systems and challenges (by inviting guest lecturers from the business world). To enable students to experience market analysis (by practice and by participation in research). To increase ability in the professional communication of knowledge in English (through conference participation and publications). The program’s curriculum mixes theory with practice and self-directed learning with the tutor-assisted learning to student knowledge and ability. The program includes the following specialisations: Marketing strategy Tourism and Service marketing These specialisations help students experience the wider dimensions of the economy. They provide professional competence for students: To help them find employment at all levels of the business market. To enable them to do independent analysis. To give them a reliable knowledge for decision making. To help them know how to deal with eventual conflicts in business life. Course structure Number of semesters: 4 Number of the credit required: 120 study credits Number of contact lectures: 1440 Number of contact lectures (correspondence course): 432 General academic calendar Starting in autumn semester: Application deadline: June 1, Registration: August Semester: September – January Examination period: December - January Starting in spring semester: Application deadline: November 1 Registration: January Spring semester: February – May Examination period: May - June [-]

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