Only four Hungarian universities made it into this year's table, which includes 720 higher education institutions.
BME professionals presented the university's activities in education, research and innovation at one of the world's most prestigious events in telecommunications.
BME maintains its position from last year in the thematic list of 900 higher education institutions.
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics is one of the top 35 universities in emerging Europe and Central Asia.
Based on graduate employability, BME is one of the top 500 universities in the world. BME has maintained this excellent position since 2018.
This year also saw the arrival of a large number of foreign students, with 800 beginning their studies at BME, and including, for the first time, the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences.
Close to 400 participants attended the largest gathering of experts in Europe's engineering education, held at BME.
Fulbright Specialist program brought global experts together in Budapest to discuss encouraging, managing innovation