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Program description:
The BSc Program in Computer Science Engineering is designed to give students a thorough understanding of the tools, methods, applications and practice of computer science and information technologies. It is both theoretical and practical in its orientation, with the goal to provide an education that is directly applicable to positions in industry.

NOTE: this program ONLY available from autumn terms

The program has an integrated curriculum. Out of the 210 credits to earn during the 7 semesters, 80 credits are dedicated to computer engineering and the underlying knowledge. On one hand, this is provided through lecture courses for the apprehension of the theoretical background. On the other hand, there are plenty of practical and laboratory courses for acquiring the necessary proficiency and skills. Furthermore, the curriculum contains English language courses (6 credits) and basic studies in economics (10 credits). In addition to these compulsory subjects, 10 credits are to be obtained from elective subjects related to the field, and 4 credits from electives in human and economic sciences.

The first 4 semesters of the program comprise mainly foundation and core engineering subjects. The last 3 semesters also include specialization subjects, laboratory work and project work. Besides, most of the economics subjects and all the electives are to be taken during this period. In the 7th semester, students should write a thesis as well. To earn the degree, they have to take a final exam and defend their thesis.

Students can choose from the below specializations to study from the 5th semester:
• “Software Engineering” deals with different aspects of the design and development of data-driven applications, and with the model-based and object-oriented design and development principles.
• “Infocommunications” focuses on networks allowing flexible and efficient information transfer and processing. These form the basis of implementing a huge variety of services in informatics, telecommunications, and distributed service provider systems.

Entry requirements:
’1) Completed SECONDARY-school studies with an overall result of min. 70%. This should be proven by a leaving CERTIFICATE (high-school diploma) AND the TRANSCRIPT of all corresponding records.
Applicants still at school should upload, IN ADDITION to the transcript, an official certificate of the EXPECTED date of graduation.
2) Appropriate knowledge of ENGLISH, proven by EITHER
a) a recent certificate of an internationally recognised, INTERNATIONAL language EXAM of overall B2 level, covering ALL the 4 basic SKILLS (reading, listening, writing, speaking), one of the following exams:
IELTS overall band score 5.0 or higher (The IELTS score is valid for 2 years as soon as you obtain your IELTS results. The validity period starts from the date of your examination.)
TOEFL IBT 72 or higher
 Cambridge FCE 160 or higher
 Pearson Academic (PTE) min. 29

Exams of LOCAL language schools or educational institutions or NATIONAL organisations are NOT accepted as proof of English proficiency!
LATER uploading of the language exam certificate is accepted ONLY IF at the application, it is substituted by a DECLARATION of the planned exam!
b) an official medium-of-instruction certificate of the secondary-school studies (only if the FULL programme is given in English).
Please note that the medium-of-instruction certificate CANNOT be uploaded later!
3) Sufficient knowledge in Mathematics and Physics, proven at online tests during the admission procedure. (There is a minimum entry score set for both tests respectively.)

*Contact:*Ms. Kati Jármi
International Student Coordinator

Dr. László Gergely Vigh
Directorate for Education

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