Dr Burton Lee arrived to Hungary in order to examine the country’s innovation potential, with special interest in engineering education.
A new Smart Communications Laboratory to manage and technologically develop tomorrow’s communication networks and services was opened at BME’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics.
A recruitment orientation was held for new PhD and postdoctoral scholarships in Australian and New Zealand universities under the PANTHER initiative.
The Hungarian invention that helps improve football skills can be tested in the yard of the University of Technology.
A commemoration and a reunion of the historic years’ alumni were held at BME on the eve of the national holiday of 23 October. Light painting illuminated buildings K and Ch until midnight.
The students of the English based regular degree programme speak of the sports day held for the second time as a lasting memory.
More than 250 foreign students have commenced their studies in the English based programme in the academic year 2016/17.