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Overview

This MSc program is designed for students and professionals holding bachelor degrees (BSc) in diverse areas of management and engineering sciences who desire to further their careers by adding new digital transformation related-knowledge, tools, and skills from a multi-disciplinary perspective. The program is designed to accommodate full-time students only.
The goal of the education programme is to provide students with high level knowledge built on a strong foundation of business, management and technical sciences related to the fields of Computer Science and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) in order to enable them to understand, design, implement, integrate and manage complex systems, and furthermore, to coordinate and perform research and development tasks for business IT purposes. The programme will equip students with knowledge of IT project management, Enterprise Resource Planning, knowledge base technologies, data analysis, algorithms, process management, simulations for business decision making, managerial accounting, strategic management and corporate finance in advanced level, and also to combine a scientific perspective with the practical approaches. With the solid academic basis provided, students will be able to access further studies on our English language doctoral programmes.
We use the central admission system with the support of the Center for International Programs:
1. review of the language and academic test with the help of the INOK and the head of the programme,
2. evaluating the previous academic results and admission documents
4. Online interview for students (including oral language test where language skills are not clear based on the certificates submitted
5. Verification of formal requirementsA nyelvi előkészítőt tartó intézmény záróvizsgáját az intézmény figyelembe veszi a felvételinél? Megjegyzés:

Programme structure

The total number of credits needed to complete the programme is 120 credits (54 credits by compulsory courses, 30 credits by differentiated professional elective courses, 6 credits by free elective courses, 30 credits by thesis courses). 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 student working hours.

Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application deadline
31 Jan 2023, 23:59:59
Central European Time
Studies commence
1 Sept 2023
Apply now! Academic year 2023/24
Application deadline
31 Jan 2023, 23:59:59
Central European Time
Studies commence
1 Sept 2023