Applicants should possess a BSc degree in Meteorology (or equivalent) and an appropriate command of either the English or the Hungarian language
BSc courses attended should – by all means – include:
- Mathematics (Basics, Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics) worth at least 12 credits,
- Physics (Basics, Classic mechanics, and Thermodynamics) worth at least 12 credits,
- Informatics (Numerical Methods, Programming, Data Processing) worth at least 6 credits,
- Meteorology (Basics, Climatology, Dynamic Meteorology, Synoptic Meteorology, Atmospheric Physics, Atmospheric Chemistry, Applied Climatology) worth at least 10 credits
- Optional Earth Sciences (general astronomy, geography, geophysics, geology and cartography) worth maximum 10 credits.
One-third of the missing courses can be completed during the MSc studies as additional courses.
- Minimum level of language proficiency (oral) (A1-C2): C2
- Minimum level of language proficiency (written) (A1-C2): C2
The successful applicant must have a good command of English. Several types of internationally recognized certificate of English language at advanced level are accepted.
The Hungarian Meteorological Service, the Hungarian Military and the private meteorological sector are major employers of our graduates. Furthermore, a large number of graduates continue their research as PhD students at various universities in Europe.
The degree enables the students to understand and forecast weather events, to be able to use and visualize results of climate and weather forecast models and to assess model results and measurements of related fields to meteorology.
Operational weather forecaster at national meteorological services, at military and commercial airports, and in public sector. Researcher at national meteorological services and research institutes. PhD studies, university professorial jobs. Environmental analysis in public sector.