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MScVehicle Engineering: Motor vehicles, ships and aircraft(ISCED 525)

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Overview

The aim of the study programme is to train students to become technically advanced automotive engineers. After completing their studies, vehicle engineers will be able to carry out high level scientific, specified technical automotive, IT, and business and project management tasks related to vehicle development, internal combustion engines and alternative drive systems. Using their acquired knowledge, vehicle engineers will be able to both research and develop as well as design and manufacture vehicles, engines and their components. The master’s programme prepares students to participate in and lead projects related to vehicles, drivelines and engines. Students will be also prepared to continue their studies in the PhD training programme at Széchenyi István University.
The master’s programme is in English which will enable students to secure positions and/or participate in projects in the vehicle industry internationally. They will also be able to continue their studies abroad or fulfill leadership roles in multinational firms.
As the training programme is project-oriented, each semester students participate in and/or lead a project. Semester projects can be individual or a team effort, they can be independent or interrelated. This philosophy prepares students to work, cooperate, and be leaders at the international level.
Philosophy of the master’s programme:
The vehicle engineering master’s programme gives a large degree of freedom to students and a wide variety of engineering subjects when selecting their subjects. After they have fulfilled the requirements of the Master’s level basic subjects, students will be able to select their higher level specialized engineering subjects according to their own interest from three specific focus areas: Alternative drive systems; Internal combustion engines; or Whole vehicle engineering.

Contact:
Dr. Hanula Barna
univ. professor
hanula.barna@ga.sze.hu

Programme structure

The total number of credits needed to complete the programme is 120 credits. The courses of the programme are divided into three categories: compulsory courses, thesis courses and elective courses. 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 student working hours.

Career opportunities

The aim of the study programme is to train students to become technically advanced automotive engineers. After completing their studies, vehicle engineers will be able to carry out high level scientific, specified technical automotive, IT, and business and project management tasks related to vehicle development, internal combustion engines and alternative drive systems. Using their acquired knowledge, vehicle engineers will be able to both research and develop as well as design and manufacture vehicles, engines and their components. The master’s programme prepares students to participate in and lead projects related to vehicles, drivelines and engines. Students will be also prepared to continue their studies in the PhD training programme at Széchenyi István University.
The master’s programme is in English which will enable students to secure positions and/or participate in projects in the vehicle industry internationally. They will also be able to continue their studies abroad or fulfill leadership roles in multinational firms.
As the training programme is project-oriented, each semester students participate in and/or lead a project. Semester projects can be individual or a team effort, they can be independent or interrelated. This philosophy prepares students to work, cooperate, and be leaders at the international level.
Philosophy of the master’s programme:
The vehicle engineering master’s programme gives a large degree of freedom to students and a wide variety of engineering subjects when selecting their subjects. After they have fulfilled the requirements of the Master’s level basic subjects, students will be able to select their higher level specialized engineering subjects according to their own interest from three specific focus areas: Alternative drive systems; Internal combustion engines; or Whole vehicle engineering.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States