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I did both my bachelors and masters at this university in the electrical engineering.
The whole education system is constantly revised and updated if they feel the necessity of it. All the lectures, laboratory subjects were enjoyable, and they provided such a knowledge, that I still use at my work after 5 years in the industry. The equipment is getting better and better. The university provides one of the most valuable degree in whole Hungary in engineering field (if not the most valuable), and all the companies are aware of that – for a good reason.
The university provides a wide area of optional subjects, that one can pick during their studies (there are some mandatory credits spend on these kind of subjects, and you are free to choose whatever you want). There are also subjects that are based on each other from the optional list, and in case one completes these, then the university provides an additional minor degree too.
The university cooperates with the industrial representatives, therefore they know the required skills that are useful in the industry.
There are many student associations formed within the university, they offer many opportunities for the students, both in getting hardskill knowledge, and getting experience in soft skill areas.
Over a 1000 EECS students start on the faculty every year, which brings all its pros and cons.
Buzzing student life and pre-assembled smaller student groups help people to get acquainted to the environment and get a grip on how life goes at BME.
The high number of people also leads to rather big lectures and very limited lab times, which puts less proactive students to disadvantage, since the low professor/student ratio limits personal tutorial time.
Once people get acquainted with the flow of student life at the EECS faculty, they will be on a good path to gain valuable, pretty much up-to-date and diverse knowledge about their field of choice.
Those who gain their diplomas here will have an easy time to get great jobs in Hungary or in the majority of European countries as well.
The subjects are very different, we learn IT from the laws of physics to the high overview of complex systems. There are many great subjects with excellent notes but unfortunately all of them are acceptable. The student community maintains a knowledge base where missing notes are collected.
I’m currently enrolled as an Undergraduate student and it’s been a little over 18 months and I find this University as one of the best Universities in the Country. With 8 faculties and over 50 + Study programmes in all levels (Bachelor, Masters and Phd); it deserves to be the best University when it comes to Technical studies and Economics and Management field.
Right from the first day – You can see that Professors here make a real effort in order to make students the future of the world. They make sure that each and everyone gets the best out of it. The staff at the International Office is one of the most dedicated and helpful.
Some teachers aren’t that fluent when it comes to English but they try their best to connect with the students.
I’ve attended this university for Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Computer Science. As Hungary’s leading engineering university it lived up to my expectations. Mostly great teachers, busy student communities.
During my BSc studies I felt we had a bit too wide range of subjects, without much specialization. I had to go to classes which didn’t really interested me, but I guess it’s like that everywhere, Bachelor’s degree are supposed to give us a wide range of knowledge and a good foundation for going further. And even i the certain classes didn’t interest me, the degree as a whole gave me a good engineering mindset.
I liked my Master’s much better, with the possibility to specialize more. I could study and research what interested me. The teacher’s are u to date with current technologies, most of them had industrial experience. All of them who I spoke to were open to questions, and was happy to discuss and even debate different opinions. I even got help in looking for a job after I finished.
Very big part of the university experience is the community. We had a really great one, with good opportunities to step out from the classroom and our comfort zones. There were several student competitions with different technologies, where people could try out their ideas and work on much more fascinating things than the usual class exercises. For example I got to modify an RC car to be able to follow a line on its own and do different task and compete with other similar cars on a racetrack. Beside engineering opportunities I joined ESN which gave me a lot of experience in teamwork, in leading people, and a great deal of social skills. So basically the university gave me everything I was looking for both in the professional field and in social life. And I haven’t mentioned sports yet, which also plays a big part o the student life.