The launch of the training is justified by the fact that a large number of technology-intensive R&D companies in Hungary and abroad are looking for professionals with natural science and engineering skills who can engage in creative R&D tasks, the BME said.
BME predicts that physics and engineering graduates will immediately get a job after leaving the university. In its press release about the launch of the new training, the university mentions several large companies (Bosch, Semilab, 77 Elektronika, Femtonics, Furukawa Electric, Magnetec) where physics engineering students can start their careers as interns during their training.
The new bachelor training programme will focus on these areas:
Market-oriented specialisations will be available in the following areas:
We recently reported that BME became the best Hungarian university in the field of employer reputation in this year’s Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World Higher Education Ranking.