BME is participating in the EU's global research initiative entitled “EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research” (JPND) aimed at tackling the challenge of neurodegenerative diseases.
International student recruiters from six countries across two continents gathered at BME. Their work is also aided by the revamped and regularly updated BME Xplore website.
One of the largest projects in the EU's innovation framework is the TwinEU project, which aims to develop the concept of a digital version of the European electricity system.
MORE TAKE ON AFRICA -the Department of Explorative Architecture of the BME Faculty of Architecture's exhibition in the FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture.
Over 240 years ago, the first degrees of BME’s predecessor were awarded to civil engineers. Nowadays, the faculty teaches students in the engineering programme to be able to address the challenges of the future.
The European Interest Group CONCERT-Japan provides funding for a project coordinated by Vilmos Simonr. The awarded consortium involves BME VIK MEDIANETS Lab as a member.
The BME Sports Centre and Sports Complex offer a multitude of possibilities for indoor and outdoor sports all year round.
The demand for IT, natural science and engineering skills is set to rise dramatically, according to a US study. The Physicist-Engineer programme is designed to meet these growing needs.
Applications for the new, self-financed BME Bachelor’s programme in Professional Pilot starting in September in English are open until 15 February.