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Program Description:
In response to the overwhelming and still growing demand from technology-intensive R&D companies worldwide, we have launched a new interdisciplinary program to train Physicist Engineers, experts with strong R&D potential in science and technology. Our facilities and scientific-tutorial background at the Institute of Physics and the Institute of Nuclear Techniques offer unique opportunities in areas like quantum- and nanotechnology, photonics, quantum optics, materials science, sustainable energetics, and nuclear technology, data science, artificial intelligence, while the engineering background is provided by various other faculties of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. We offer three specializations to the students from which they choose one to pursue from the fifth semester:
– Nanotechnology and Quantum applications specialization focuses on future technologies. The training covers areas such as the synthesis and preparation of nano-architectures and their application in novel sensor architectures and information processing technologies as well as in quantum communication and computation.
– Nuclear Technologies and Sustainable Energetics specialization concentrates on problems and research in the field of sustainability, with a special emphasis on nuclear technologies, their medical applications, and fusion research. Our on campus nuclear reactor offers a unique educational environment for nuclear studies.
– The Scientific Data Processing specialization offers training in AI techniques as well as big data methods, in combination with advanced data acquisition, data processing and data modeling tools.

Entry requirements:
– secondary school leaving certificate, – successful admission test, – language skills proven by TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent certificates (for further information refer to

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written and oral

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Admission procedure in general and general requirements: refer to admission regulations at . Steps: – preevaluation of the submitted documents: quality of secondary school leaving certificate and/or transcript, motivation letter, recommendation letter (if available), extra-curricular activities – electronic e-admission tests (via internet): Mathematics, Physics (the tests are in English) with larger emphasis on Mathematics, electronic admission interview (given that written test is successful): assessing knowledge, language skills, motivation, attitude – visit for further information and training for the test. Result: admission to BSc course / admission rejected. Further details in the admission regulation.

Dr. Krisztián Szász

Dr. László Gergely Vigh
Directorate for Education

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