|Type||Master, full degree studies|
|Nominal duration||4 semesters (120 ECTS)|
Bachelor diploma (or higher)
Defined BSc degree and Intermediate English Language proficiency certificate,
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Succesful applicants are required to present original documents at the time of their enrolment upon their arrival (passport and original high school diploma OR BA/BSc degree OR MA/MSC degree – depending on the study programme’s requirement).
Applications are accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Albania, Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Namibia, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, State of Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen.
B2 level (CEFR)
At least 1 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
- BSc degree in Physics
In the Physics MSc course, we offer comprehensive knowledge. Those skills
and subject groups such as Modern Physics, Optics and Laser Physics, Physics
of Quantum Systems, Atomic and Molecular Physics encompass the science of
the main areas of Physics based on the bachelor’s level of Physics. Practical
courses and seminars provide students with hands-on skills.
The seminars and practical courses outnumber the number of lectures in the
curriculum. This is a good reflection of our preference for learning methods
based upon active student participation. We encourage students’ activity with
homework, self-project tasks, and we support cooperative learning methods. The
subjects of Quantum Systems and Laser Physics are closely related to the
important research areas of the Institute of Physics.
Courses create a foundation for writing theses related to Quantum-Optics,
Quantum Informatics, Laser Physics, and Nonlinear Optics and Terahertz
Physics subjects and for student research work. Furthermore, students are
prepared to enter a doctoral program. A variety of elective and optional courses
allow students to deepen their knowledge in subjects that correspond to their
- BSc degree in Physics
- Transcript of studies
- Minimally CEFR B2 level language exam certificate
- Europass CV in English
- Motivation letter (introduction plus field of interest, etc.) in 3000 to 3500 characters.
- Copy of valid passport
- Medical certificate test with laboratory (HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis A, Chest X-ray), vaccination card
Type of entrance exam:
Entrance exam location:
Entrance exam description:
Making a 100-point ranking out of the admission requirements. 50 point could be given for the basic previous academic achievement and the other 50 point could be reached for the oral entrance exam.
Ms Erika Szilágyi-Kispap
Preparatory year available:
Specialisation year available:
Altogether 120 credits are required to obtain a degree. Out of the 120 credits,
obligatory courses take 60% of it. Elective courses and Facultative courses take
out the rest of it. Approximately 20 credits of elective ones and 6 credits of
Facultative (Optional) ones. Thesis consultation and Thesis writing worths
another 30 credits and it is combined into the curriculum. From the third year, it
is required to choose a speciality within the Physics Study Field. Further,
detailed information can be found here:
At the Faculty of Sciences, the education is provided in a system of seminars,
laboratoris and lectures. Lectures are held for bigger audiences, sometimes
combined for similar sciences field together. At the end of the semester students
have to pass written or oral examinations. Seminars are usually more informal
study groups for a smaler group of students, where there is room for individual
consultation, discussion of the material and solving exercises. They usually
conclude with an independently written paper or an examination.
The grading system generally used by Hungarian higher education institutions is
•The highest grade is 5 excellent.
•Grade 4 is good.
•Grade 3 is satisfactory.
•Grade 2 is a pass.
•Grade 1 is a fail – the course must be repeated.