|Study location||Hungary, Budapest|
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) (ISCED 061)
|Type||Bachelor, full degree studies|
|Nominal duration||6 semesters (180 ECTS)|
|Course code||Computer Science and Information Technology|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Applicants are required to have sufficiently good grades in their secondary school finishing documents, especially from Mathematics.
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.
Minimum level of language proficiency (oral) (A1-C2): B1
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
The objective is to train Computer Scientists with a professional knowledge based on a solid theoretical background knowledge. They have the skills to take part in software development, in developing information systems and system management in various areas. Computer Scientists often acts as mediators between the customers of information systems and the producers. In this way, the job of a Computer Scientist synthesises the constructive activity of engineers with the general problem-solving attitude of mathematicians while participating in teams of large-scale projects.
The program provides students with a broad education in Computer Science and Software Engineering in combination with specialised work in computer and information processing techniques, programming languages, data structures, information retrieval, operating systems, compiler design etc. Students learn the theory as well as the methodologies and techniques in the development and implementation of computer systems. The more practical programming courses are aided by several courses in pure and applied mathematics and theoretical computer science courses throughout the curriculum.
Strength of program
The high standard of training is guaranteed by the highly qualified academic staff. Teaching is supported by modern infrastructure and well equipped computer labs (artificial intelligence, databases, and robotics). The library of the Faculty contains several thousand volumes. The students of higher years and PhD students help the first year students in a mentor system to overcome their first challenges at the university.
In addition to the high level of theoretical training, the Faculty’s relationship with the business community, the joint research and development projects offer up-to-date practical knowledge and experience to the students. The Faculty has concluded bilateral agreements with numerous universities in the world, which allows students to study one or two semesters or participate in research projects at a partner institution.
Extracurricular undergraduate research activities of the students are supported and supervised by leading scientists of the Faculty. These students present their findings at a conference organised by the Faculty every year.
Workshops are also organised with international partners.
Ms. Tünde Ágoston, Ms. Dóra Gombás
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PREPARATION COURSE FOR ACADEMIC STUDIES
Numerical methods 1
Numerical methods 2
Models and Algorithms
Discrete mathematics 1
Discrete mathematics 2
Logic and theory of computation
Algorithms and data structures I.
Algorithms and data structures II.
Fundaments of computers
Programming Languages (C++)
Programming languages (Java)
Practical software engineering 1
Practical software engineering 2
Tools of software projects
Data Bases 1
Data Bases 2
Principles of economics
Basic Legal and Business Knowledge
Probability and statistics
FREE CREDITS – 9 ECTS
THESIS CREDITS – 20 ECTS
Computer Scientists are welcome in every sector of informatics. Jobs are offered by large international computer companies, outstanding Hungarian firms, banks, large enterprises, state institutions, software development companies, research institutes and universities where they may be engaged in the preparation of integrated data processing systems, electronic trade transactions and electronic money transfers, solving telecommunication problems (networks, programming mobile phones), performing image recognition, computer-aided design, image processing or preparing multimedia applications.