Master of Science Program in Mechanical Engineering in Hungary

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Mechanical Engineering

An MSc, or Master of Science, is an academic distinction bestowed upon those who effectively complete a predetermined set of coursework in what is often a science-based discipline. The MSc often enhances career opportunities as well as earning potential.

Mechanical engineering is a diverse engineering discipline, as it is the knowledge that is necessary to take a product from idea to the marketplace. The skills necessary to accomplish this include the ability to design for functionality, aesthetics and the environment the product will be used in.

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is situated in the Carpathian Basin and is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Ukraine and Romania to the east, Serbia and Croatia to the south, Slovenia to the southwest and Austria to the west.

Top Master of Science Programs in Mechanical Engineering in Hungary 2018

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MSc Mechanical Engineering

University of Dunaújváros
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Dunaújváros

The education is aimed at training engineers capable of elaborating the concept of machines, mechanical equipment and processes, modelling them, then planning, operating and maintaining them; developing machine industry technologies, new materials, production technologies and using them in view of environmental aspects; performing leading, management and organization tasks, performing the tasks of technical development, research, planning and innovation, connecting to and coordinating engineering projects of domestic and/or international level, as well as continuing engineering studies even within the scope of doctor’s education. [+]

Level of degree to be obtained: Master’s (MSc.)

Specification of degree to be obtained: Mechanical Engineer (in Hungarian: “okleveles gépészmérnök”)

Field of training: Technical.

Upon entering this MSc course, the courses/degrees accepted as preceding studies are the following:

With full credit, value can be taken into account: the BSc course in Mechanical Engineering.

BSc courses primarily accepted with a value specified in ad. 11 (pls. see below): Material Engineering, Energetic Engineering, Industrial Product Planning and Design Engineering, Agricultural and Food Industry Mechanical Engineering, Traffic Engineering and Mechatronic Engineering.... [-]


MSc in Mechanical Engineering

Szent István University
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Gödöllő

The mission of the Faculty is to educate mechanical engineers and experts who respect and protect natural resources and cultural values, work in the spirit of sustainable growth and participate in rural development. [+]

The faculty maintains a dynamic program structure, continuously changing to meet the demands of the labor market and to meet new technological challenges. We see it as our duty to keep up with these changes and provide our students with the most up-to-date education.

All countries with developed economies struggle with a lack of engineers. A degree in engineering and natural sciences can offer students a competitive edge and long-term security in the labor market. As a result of the training, they will be prepared to successfully solve problems of different technological, planning, manufacturing, constructing and operating tasks.

The employability and competency of our graduates are of the utmost importance to us. We realize that their knowledge is not only representative of them, but also of us as a school. For this reason, we strive to train the best and brightest minds of tomorrow's engineering workforce.... [-]


Mechanical Engineering, MSc

University Of Debrecen
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Debrecen

Production Engineering in the field of mechanical engineering is significant branch of science and engineering. It covers designing and elaborating production processes, the conceptions of manufacturing technologies as well as implementing devices and systems, modelling, operating, maintaining, supervising and organizing production tasks. This specialization considers the needs of the partner industrial companies. The curriculum of Mechanical engineering MSc (in English) is structured in 4 semesters, each semester having 14 weeks of teaching activity. Thus, the curriculum includes the subjects of advanced knowledge in the field of Mechanical Engineering and thorough knowledge of disciplines necessary for a rapid integration of the master program graduate in the labor market. [+]

Course structure:

Basics of natural sciences (22 credits)

Mathematics, Applied Statistics, Modern Physics, Dynamics of Mechanical Systems, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, Advanced Material Science.

Economics and Humanities (16 credits) Basics of Management, Quality Management, Financial and Advanced Economic Knowledge, Research Methodology.

Professional subjects: (46 credits)

Measurement, Signal Processing and Electronics, Design of Engineering Structures, Engineering Modelling and Simulation, Manufacturing Equipments, Design and Quality Assurance of Manufacturing Processes, Assembly Automation, Design of Material Handling Systems, Production Logistics, Maintenance and Machine Repairing Technologies, Diagnostics and Condition Monitoring, Lean Production.... [-]


MSc in Mechatronical Engineering

University Of Debrecen
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Debrecen

The objective of the program is to train mechatronical engineers who are comfortable and competent with cutting edge technologies in both Mechanical and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. [+]

The objective of the program is to train mechatronical engineers who are comfortable and competent with cutting edge technologies in both Mechanical and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. They may design, construct and maintain intelligent machines, micro-machines, smart structures, intelligent systems, control systems and consumer products such as cameras, washing machines or fully automated robotic assembly lines, or they may be involved with defense technology and systems.

Our graduates will develop competence or acquire knowledge in the following areas:

mechanics, electronics, design, signal analysis and processing, computer systems, computer science, sensor and actuator technology, automatic control, electrical system design, robotics and microprocessor technology. ... [-]

Master of Science Mechanical Engineering Modelling - Specialization in Thermal Engineering

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Budapest

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education. [+]

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education.

The entrance requirements of the programs have been defined in a way which also allows someone having a B.Sc. in another engineering area, physics, mathematics or computer science to join the M.Sc. programs while fulfilling a few additional requirements.

In the M.Sc. curriculum, there are 30 credit points which are dedicated to the final project. This can be completed in two semesters (Final Project A and Final Project B). It is a prerequisite that at least 55 credit points, as well as any “supplemental” subjects, be completed prior to beginning the Final Project A. In order to begin the Final Project B, it is required that the student finish – excluding the elective subjects – 79 credit points worth of the M.Sc. subjects found in the curriculum.... [-]


Master of Science Mechanical Engineering Modelling - Specialization in Solid Mechanics

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Budapest

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education. [+]

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education. The entrance requirements of the programs have been defined in a way which also allows someone having a B.Sc. in another engineering area, physics, mathematics or computer science to join the M.Sc. programs while fulfilling a few additional requirements.

In the M.Sc. curriculum, there are 30 credit points which are dedicated to the final project. This can be completed in two semesters (Final Project A and Final Project B). It is a prerequisite that at least 55 credit points, as well as any “supplemental” subjects, be completed prior to beginning the Final Project A. In order to begin the Final Project B, it is required that the student finish – excluding the elective subjects – 79 credit points worth of the M.Sc. subjects found in the curriculum. Students partaking in the M.Sc. program can take the final exams after finishing all the subjects required by the curriculum as well as acquiring the right to sit for the final exams, a certificate which has its own criteria. Diplomas are only received after the final exams have been successfully passed and the language exam requirements have been met. The language exam requirements... [-]


Master of Science Mechanical Engineering Modelling - Specialization in Fluid Mechanics

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Budapest

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education. [+]

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education.

The entrance requirements of the programs have been defined in a way which also allows someone having a B.Sc. in another engineering area, physics, mathematics or computer science to join the M.Sc. programs while fulfilling a few additional requirements.

In the M.Sc. curriculum, there are 30 credit points which are dedicated to the final project. This can be completed in two semesters (Final Project A and Final Project B). It is a prerequisite that at least 55 credit points, as well as any “supplemental” subjects, be completed prior to beginning the Final Project A. In order to begin the Final Project B, it is required that the student finish – excluding the elective subjects – 79 credit points worth of the M.Sc. subjects found in the curriculum. Students partaking in the M.Sc. program can take the final exams after finishing all the subjects required by the curriculum as well as acquiring the right to sit for the final exams, a certificate which has its own criteria. Diplomas are only received after the final exams have been successfully passed and the language exam requirements have been met. The language exam requirements... [-]


Master of Science Mechanical Engineering Modelling - Specialization in Design and Technology

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Hungary Budapest

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education. [+]

The Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs offered at The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) are not restricted to those who received their B.Sc. diplomas in engineering at BME. These programs are open to all students who receive diplomas in mechanical engineering, mechatronics engineering or transportation engineering at any of the Hungarian or foreign institutions of higher education.

The entrance requirements of the programs have been defined in a way which also allows someone having a B.Sc. in another engineering area, physics, mathematics or computer science to join the M.Sc. programs while fulfilling a few additional requirements.

In the M.Sc. curriculum there are 30 credit points which are dedicated to the final project. This can be completed in two semesters (Final Project A and Final Project B). It is a prerequisite that at least 55 credit points as well as any “supplemental” subjects be completed prior to beginning the Final Project A. In order to begin the Final Project B, it is required that the student finish – excluding the elective subjects – 79 credit points worth of the M.Sc. subjects found in the curriculum.... [-]