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BScTimber Industry Engineering: Materials (wood, paper, plastic, glass)(ISCED 543)

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skk.uni-sopron.hu/timberindustry-bsc 

Overview

Programme description:
The goal of the course is professional training in wood processing and utilization. Achieving a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the technical, environmental and financial aspects of wood utilization, processing and product development. Attaining a level of knowledge that enables the graduate to assume and have an active role in sawmill industries, wood-based panel industry, wood processing technologies, door- and window production, furniture design and timber structures. Additionally, to further his or her education by entering an MSc. programme.

Entry requirements:
High school / secondary education (or higher)

Entrance exam:
Yes

Type of entrance exam:
oral

Entrance exam location:
Hungary

Entrance exam description:
Based on an oral interview (via skype) and degree certificate (type, exams, grades) a recruiting committee desides upon enrollment.

Contact:
Ms. Vera Tolvaj
Faculty Doctoral and International Officer
tolvaj.vera@uni-sopron.hu

Preparatory year available:
No

Specialisation year available:
No

Minimum number of scholarship holders:
1

Maximum number of scholarship holders:
20

Link:
skk.uni-sopron.hu/timberindustry-bsc

Programme structure

Number of credits from basic knowledge of natural sciences: 45.
Number of credits from economic and human knowledge: 14.
Number of credits from professional core material: 101.
Number of credits from optional subjects: 10.
Number of credits per specialization: 40.
Number of credits related to the thesis: 15.

Our Faculty offers specific educational objectives: Graduates from Wood Science Engineering create engineering structures (furniture, windows, doors, other wooden products) by utilizing and designing wood or wood based materials. They are expected to construct and organize the investments of mechanically, structurally and technologically complex structures respecting the nature and human environment. This study program enables the graduate to assume and active role in future technical developments, and to further his or her education by entering a MSc. programme.

The Timber Industry Engineer training is a practical training, 40% theory and 60% practice

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States