Hungary was represented by the Centre for Higher Education and Industrial Cooperation established at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics on the international event.
BME’s foreign students from 15 countries showcased the colourful culture of their homelands, giving an insight into their history and folk traditions in front of 400 guests.
Widespread interest in the 4th H-SPACE conference, held at BME. The prominent event featured presentations by acknowledged international and Hungarian experts in space exploration.
Two new complementary master’s programmes will be available at BME and ELTE from this autumn and are now open for applications. The new programmes were introduced at a press conference.
The university’s experts gave an overview of the latest advances in sustainability and the chemistry of carbohydrates in the journal of the American Chemical Society.
Thirty new graduates received their diplomas at the end of their studies at BME’s English-language bachelor’s and master’s programmes.
BME’s success in last year’s call for proposals by Central Europe Leuven Strategic Alliance; two research projects are among the winners.