International Programmes 2019-2020

English-taught full degree programmes launching in September 2019


Audi Hungaria Faculty of Automotive Engineering 

  • BSc Vehicle Engineering
  • BSc Logistic Engineering

Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Transport Sciences

  • BSc Civil Engineering

Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences

  • BSc Agricultural Engineering
  • BSc Food Engineering

Kautz Gyula Faculty of Economics

  • BSc Business Administration and Management

Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

  • BA International Relations



Audi Hungaria Faculty of Automotive Engineering

  • MSc Vehicle Engineering

Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Transport Sciences

  • MSc Infrastructure - Civil Engineering
  • MSc Architecture

Kautz Gyula Faculty of Economics 

  • MSc Supply Chain Management 
  • MSc Marketing 
  • MSc in Intercultural Economics & Business 

Faculty of Mechanical, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

  • MSc Computer Science Engineering

Faculty of Performing Arts

  • MA Clarinetist Performance
  • MA Flautist Performance
  • MA Pianist Performance
  • MA Trumpet Performance
  • MA Violinist Performance



Kautz Gyula Faculty of Economics

  • Doctoral Programme in Management

Multidisciplinary Doctoral School of Plant, Animal and Food Sciences

  • Doctoral Programme in Plant, Animal and Food Sciences
Multidisciplinary Doctoral School of Engineering Sciences
  • Doctoral Programme in Civil Engineering Transportation and Vehicle Engineering and Informatics


There are also two International Postgraduate Programmes in the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

LLM in Law and Governance

Expert in Law and Governance

H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1. 


(Administrative Building 101.)

0036/96/503-418, 0036/503-419

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Monday  10:00-12:00 12:30-14:00
Tuesday  10:00-12:00 12:30-14:00
Wednesday  10:00-12:00 12:30-14:00
Thursday  10:00-12:00 12:30-14:00
Friday  10:00-11:00 12:30-14:00

Széchenyi István University continually strives to widen the scope of its international activities. To support this aim, the University founded the Centre of International Programmes (CIP), which under the direction of the Vice-Rector of Educational Affairs, provides a comprehensive framework for the administration of international academic affairs, including collaboration with partner institutions in the form of bi- and multilateral agreements, coordination of mobility programmes, the advertising and promotion of the 24 English-taught academic programmes as well as the major cultural and academic events organised within the University’s international community. CIP’s role naturally also encompasses all aspects of administrational support to the body of international students at the University.