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Program description:
The undergraduate BSc program of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is designed to continue a tradition of excellence by providing well-grounded and broad knowledge that graduates of this Faculty can apply immediately in their work and also use as the basis for further studies, and graduating competent engineers who are not only masters of their profession, but also possess an ethical philosophy of engineering based on accuracy and reliability as well as a respect for the human element.

Entry requirements:
secondary school leaving certificate; successful admission test in Mathematics and Physics; an internationally accredited (at least) B2-equivalent language exam in English;
There are alternative language exams our Faculty accepts
IELTS min. 5.0
Cambridge B2 First (FCE) min. 160
TOEFL iBT min. 72
Trinity Integrated Skills In English (ISE) min. ISE II
TOEIC Listening min. 400 / Reading min. 385
TOEIC Speaking min. 160 / Writing min. 150
Pearson Academic (PTE) min. 29
Besides, our Faculty also accepts an official certificate of the secondary-school studies in English (if the full programme is given in English).

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Entrance exam description:
Admission procedure in general and general requirements: refer to admission regulations at Steps: – electronic e-admission test (via internet): Mathematics, Physics (the test is in English) – visit for further information and training for the test – minimum requirement: min 40% in Mathematics, min 40% in Physics and min 50% in total – The applicants are evaluated on a 100 point scale. The required minimum to be achieved is 56 points. No applicants shall receive a scholarship offer with an examination result below 56 points.- Dean’s decision on admission result Result: admission to BSc course / admission to Pre-Engineering course / admission rejected (for further information on BSc and Pre-Engineering courses visit

Ms. Adrienn Török
International Relations
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Dean’s Office

Dr. László Gergely Vigh
director for international education
Directorate for International Education
Rector’s Office
Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Preparatory year available:
Yes (BSc applicants found to have inadequate skills in Mathematics, Physics or English will be directed to the one-year Preparatory Course before the BSc programme.)

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Programme structure

The curriculum of the training program can be found in the Bulletin on the university’s website (

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