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Program description:
The goal of this program is to extend the knowledge of BSc level students, and to learn about different meteorological phenomena, their driving forces, and to gain knowledge on the state-of-the-art methodology that is used in the practice and also about climate change and its environmental consequences. Students have to learn about the multidisciplinary nature of meteorology and the possible connections with different other scientific fields and sectors.

This program is recommended to applicants who have strong background in physics, mathematics and meteorology or environmental science. Applicants should have deep motivation and ability to learn about the theory of weather forecast and climate modelling, and they should be able to apply their knowledge in the practice. Applicants should be able to understand the different spatial scales that are associated with the variety of meteorological phenomena.

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Entrance exam description:
Introductory talk via Skype/phone, general and technical questions, the previous studies, to discuss taken courses

Mr Péter Molnár
international coordinator

Programme structure

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Career opportunities

The Hungarian Meteorological Service, the Hungarian Military and the private meteorological sector are major employers of our graduates. Furthermore, a large number of graduates continue their research as PhD students at various universities in Europe.

The degree enables the students to understand and forecast weather events, to be able to use and visualize results of climate and weather forecast models, and to assess model results and measurements of related fields to meteorology.

Job examples:

Operational weather forecaster at national meteorological services, at military and commercial airports, and in the public sector. Researcher at national meteorological services and research institutes. PhD studies, university professorial jobs. Environmental analysis in the public sector.

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