Faculties

Alba Regia Technical Faculty

Alba Regia Technical Faculty was established in 2014 with the merger of two higher education institutes in Székesfehérvár. Currently the Institute of Engineering and the Institute of Geoinformatics operate as the successors of two former institutes. The Institute of Engineering prides itself for its long-established educational traditions and professional experience in the border areas of engineering in electronics, informatics, mechatronics and technical-economic sciences. The Institute of Geoinformatics has offered programs in the field of land survey, cartography and geoinformatics at BSc and MSc levels for more than 50 years.

Institutes

Programs

Higher-level Vocational Training

  • Computer Engineer Assistant

BSc

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Land Surveying and Land Management
  • Land Surveying and Land Management (English)
  • Mechanical Engineering

MSc

  • Mechatronics Engineering

Management

  • Dean: Dr. György Györök
  • Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Márta Seebauer
  • Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Lóránt Földváry

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Donát Bánki Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering

Donát Bánki Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering aims to establish a creative atmosphere in training programs, where students experience the technical and economic challenges of the era and seek answers to everyday problems together with professors and industrial experts. In its current training profile, the Faculty compounds innovation with traditional education, ensuring the mastering of theoretical and practical knowledge at high standards.

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Programs

BSc

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering (English)
  • Safety Engineering

MSc

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Mechatronics Engineering (English)
  • Safety Engineering

MA

  • Teacher of Engineering

Management

  • Dean: Prof. Dr. Zoltán Rajnai
  • Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Erzsébet Ancza
  • Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Ágota Drégelyi-Kiss

Contact

  • Address: H-1081 Budapest, Népszínház u. 8.
  • Phone: +36 (1) 666-5313 (Students’ Office), +36 (1) 666-5345 (Dean’s Office)
  • Website: http://bgk.uni-obuda.hu/en

John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics

The mission of the Jon von Neumann Faculty of Informatics is to educate the next generation of highly skilled computer engineers and to perform R&D activities to make our world a better place. The goal of the Faculty is to produce and disseminate theory, principles, practice and know-how of computing in the information age, for the critical analysis, design, evaluation. The educational programs, aimed at alleviating the demand for BSc and MSc level computer engineers in industry, business and in higher education, focuses on the totality of the areas of Computer Engineering such as programming languages, computer architecture, algorithms, operating systems, and other core and supporting areas.

Institutes

Programs

BSc

  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Engineering (English)

MSc

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics (English)
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Engineering (English)

MA

  • Teacher of Engineering

Management

  • Dean: Dr. András Molnár
  • Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Péter Kárász
  • Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Imre Felde

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Kálmán Kandó Faculty of Electrical Engineering

The Kálmán Kandó Faculty of Electrical Engineering has a proclaimed mission of turning out creative electrical engineers with firm technical background and specialised practical training. The graduated electrical engineers at Óbuda University are able to design, manufacture, manage and maintain electrical equipment used in various industrial and economic areas. Programs at the Faculty cover an entire spectrum of electrical engineering, from power engineering through computer science and technology, automation and instrument technology to telecommunications.

Institutes

Programs

BSc

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering (English)

MSc

  • Electrical Engineering

MA

  • Teacher of Engineering

Management

  • Dean: Dr. Péter Kádár
  • Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Ervin Rácz
  • Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. György Schuster

Contact

  • Address: H-1034 Budapest, Bécsi út 94-96., H-1084 Budapest, Tavaszmező út 15-17.
  • Phone: +36 (1) 666-5860, +36 (1) 666-5079 (Students’ Office), +36 (1) 666-5101 (Dean’s Office)
  • Website: http://kvk.uni-obuda.hu/en

Keleti Faculty of Business and Management

The Keleti Faculty of Business and Management offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs integrating economics, information technology and social science subjects. The faculty awards marketable degrees and provide the best conditions for its students to succeed in their life. As a result, the majority of students studying at the Faculty are usually contracted by their future employers during their university education. The linear training structure of the teaching of the major subjects – adapting to the needs of the labour market – provides the most important knowledge for the professional specialisation of the MA/MSc training, while a scientific degree can be obtained via PhD program.

Institutes

Programs

Higher-level Vocational Training

  • Business and Management
  • Commerce and Marketing

BSc

  • Business Administration and Management
  • Business Informatics
  • Commerce and Marketing
  • Technical Management
  • Technical Management (English)

MSc

  • Business Development
  • Business Development (English)

MA

  • Teacher of Engineering (engineering manager)

Management

  • Dean: Dr. habil. Kornélia Lazányi
  • Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. habil. Mónika Garai-Fodor
  • Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. habil. Jolán Velencei

Contact

  • Address: H-1084 Budapest, Tavaszmező u. 17.
  • Phone: +36 (1) 666-5201 (Dean’s Office), +36 (1) 666-5208 (Student’s Office)
  • Website: http://kgk.uni-obuda.hu/english

Sándor Rejtő Faculty of Light Industry and Environmental Engineering

The Sándor Rejtő Faculty of Light Industry and Environmental Engineering is the only higher education institute in Hungary where students can receive engineer level qualification in the traditional light industry areas - e.g. clothing, packaging and printing. The Faculty started environmental engineer education in 2004, Industrial product and design engineer education in 2008. Since 2009 the light industry engineering program has been offering MSc level qualification as well. The Faculty provides a flexible education with a convertible and practice-oriented knowledge for about 1200 full time and part-time students.

Institutes

Programs

Higher-level Vocational Training

  • Engineer Assistant

BSc

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering (English)
  • Industrial Product Design Engineering
  • Industrial Product Design Engineering (English)
  • Light Industrial Engineering

MSc

  • Industrial Product Design Engineering
  • Light Industrial Engineering

Management

  • Dean: Dr. László Koltai
  • Vice-Dean for Education: Dr. Rita Bodáné Kendrovics
  • Vice-Dean for Research: Dr. Ákos Borbély

Contact

  • Address: H-1034 Budapest, Doberdó u. 6.
  • Phone: +36 (1) 666-5910 (Students’ Office), +36 (1) 666-5903 (Dean’s Office)
  • Website: https://rkk.uni-obuda.hu/en  

Ágoston Trefort Centre for Engineering Education

The Centre offers a Bachelor’s Course in Technical Teacher Training and a Master’s Course in Engineering Teaching. The Technical Teacher Training BSc Course prepares students for leading vocational training, the Engineering Teaching MA prepares students to teach theoretical subjects both inside and external from the educational system and to manage research, planning and development jobs in connection with engineering education.  

Programs

BSc

  • Technical Teacher Training

MA

  • Engineering Teaching

Management

  • General Director: Prof. Dr. Péter Tóth
  • Deputy General Director, Director of Research: Dr. István Simonics
  • Director of Education: Dr. Ferenc Makó

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Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics

The Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics started its activities in 2009. Its aim is to train researchers – mainly with engineering background – who are familiar with the methods and techniques of informatics, computer science and applied mathematics, and can solve real industrial research and development tasks using multi-disciplinary knowledge, communication skills and teamwork experience. The Doctoral School pays a special emphasis on the cyber-physical systems, robotics, computational engineering and modeling and the applied mathematics that supports these areas.

PhD programs

  • Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics

Management

  • Chair of the Doctoral School Council: Prof. Dr. Aurél Galántai
  • Managing Director: Prof. László Horváth
  • Vice Chair of the Doctoral School Council: Prof. Dr.Szeidl László

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Doctoral School on Materials Sciences and Technologies

The Doctoral School on Materials Sciences and Technologies was accredited in 2012. Its main goal is to perform teaching and research activities related to the raw materials of the light industry as macromolecular systems, with special emphasis on environmentally friendly raw materials and to the applications of the raw materials in new areas. The activity includes related fields as well, considering materials science in a broader sense.

PhD programs

  • Materials Sciences and Technologies

Management

  • Head of the Doctoral School: Prof. Dr. István Vajda

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Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences

The objective of the Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences is the training of technical scientific researchers who are able to go beyond the traditional disciplinary approach and to solve real research and development tasks. The research topics of the Doctoral School include safety science, human-machine-environment analysis techniques and scientific research on issues affecting the activities of critical infrastructure. In the doctoral school we apply the methods of scientific research to clarify the issues, to seek new security solutions and to ensure the successful implementation of complex security.

PhD programs

  • Military Engineering / Safety and Security Sciences

Management

  • Head of the Doctoral School: Prof. Dr. Cvetitanin Livia

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