BME hosted a large scale international conference. The event attracted high ranking officials, university leaders, scientists and professors from 24 countries in 5 continents.
The training course has been designed to provide BME’s students and young researchers with hands-on information on how to establish and launch a startup business.
The civil engineering profession was celebrated by British and Hungarian dignitaries, noted experts and members of the Academy at the opening session of a prestigious international conference in Budapest.
Close to ninety students received their diplomas at the end of their studies at BME’s English-language bachelor’s and master’s programmes.
Over 500 people from 45 countries registered for one of the most significant European meetings in production and operations management held at BME.
Educational computer technology device for the fast processing of multimedia content jointly developed by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (VIK) and NI Hungary Kft.
Sustainability Day organised by the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering within the MOVECIT project to focus on environmentally friendly transport.
BME’s success in last year’s call for proposals by Central Europe Leuven Strategic Alliance; two research projects are among the winners.
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.