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BScEnvironmental Engineering

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Program description:
Environmental engineers study up-­to-­date skills of ecology, technology, economy and management, so that they can organize and supervise activities of disaster management and remediation. In possession of their professional competencies they are able to reduce and eliminate existing environmental risks, harms and damages, make sustainable use of natural resources, implement and operate low-­waste technologies. They can devise technological solutions for reclaiming waste and disposing of hazardous waste. They have general knowledge over fields of environmental policies, nature and landscape protection. Specializations: 1. Water Management Specialization (students are familiarized with the ways of river and stream control, defense against flood and inland inundation, as well as for mountain entrapment. They acquire engineering skills for implementing methods of watershed control in flatland and hilly areas as well as the methods of sustainable agricultural water utilization in a nature-­conscious way) 2. Water and Wastewater Treatment Specialization (students attaining this specialization comprehend the practical know-how of operating process technologies and facilities in the field of water supply and drainage. We emphasize to acquaint students the physical, biological and chemical fundamentals of water and wastewater purification processes as well as the mechanical, process control and automation practices, which are essential for students to pursue their future profession).

Entry requirements:
Secondary school leaving certificate

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Entrance exam description:
TheCoordinator will contact Applicants via e-mail. The e-mail contains the schedule of recruiting process – including the details of on-line written and oral exams. The result of on-line written exam will be verified by a Recruiting Committee, furthermore there will be a Skype interview. Applicant’s recruiting scores are determined as follows: – Results of candidate’s preliminary studies (secondary school graduation) – Results of the online writing and verbal exams. During the recruiting process the Committee examines the Applicant’s motivation background and knowledge of a foreign language.

Dr.Enikő Anna Tamás (professor)
International co-ordinator of the Faculty

Preparatory year available:
Not within the Faculty

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