The four-year Science Without Borders programme that saw more than 800 Brazilian students choose the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) has wrapped up.
László Cseh is training for one of the biggest competitions of his life in the run-up to the Rio Olympics. The world-class competitive swimmer is going to graduate from BME after the 2017 World Championship to be held in Budapest.
“Four faculties of our University have taken part in the assessment process and data supply for the university ranking system funded by the European Union.
Hungarian Theme Day was held at BME for Brazilian students and students of the English language programme within the „Science Without Borders” project.
The Department of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering of BME received the award of the American Water Resources Association for its outstanding educational and research activities.
A very prestigious Most Influential Paper Award was given to Dániel Varró and András Pataricza at MODELS 2014.
Balassi Institute has provided Campus Hungary scholarship for some 8000 students to 90 countries of the world. BME with its 600 applicants is among the top three institutions regarding the number of students involved.
The expert team managing the modernisation process of Periodica Polytechnica reported about the history and future plans of the journal.
A researcher of BME is involved in analysis and processing of comet photos taken by the spacecraft of the European Space Agency.
Erasmus+ Programme launched this year covers not only education and training but also youth issues and sports.