Training courses strongly based on informatics are provided for engineers highly demanded in numerous areas of the economy as well as for technical instructors in a way that they can continue their studies at Masters courses.
In line with their specialties, engineers graduating from the basic course of Mechanical engineering can widely apply vehicle engineering knowledge and computerized design systems, solving modernization tasks related to manufacturing and production equipment. Optional specialties include CAD-CAM-CNC, machine design, vehicle technology, and CAD-CAM-CNC partly in German.
Engineers graduating from the basic course of Military and Safety technology can recognize and solve technical and organizational problems of fire, property and personal protection and to control the execution of tasks in areas of civil life.
At the specialty of complex systems of the basic course of Mechatronic engineering, specialists are trained at courses conducted in Hungarian and English for companies interested in the design, production and assembly of technical equipment and for those involved in services.
At the Masters courses, students of excellent qualities who graduated from a Bachelors programme are trained for the independent control and supervision of tasks with in their special area, completing design, research and development tasks and possibly intending to continue their studies at a PhD programme.
The Masters programme of Mechatronic engineering awaits students graduated from the basic courses of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and engineering informatics, where as the Masters programme of Safety engineering awaits students from the basic course of military engineering and safety technology, also counting on graduates from the basic courses of mechatronic engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and engineering informatics.
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Donát Bánki Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering: 1081 Budapest, Népszínház str. 8.