MSc in Electrical Engineering

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Informatics and Electrical engineering

Name of  qualification and level Duration of studies Intake Necessary no. credits for degree Tuition fee Application fee Supervisor Programme mentor
Electrical Engineer (MSc) 4  semesters – full time programme September 120 credits 2,600 EUR / semester 100 EUR / application

Dr. Ferenc Lilik

Prof Dr habil György Wersényi
wersenyi@sze.hu

The purpose of the programme is to train engineers who are capable of independently performing high-level engineering tasks, leading other engineers. In addition to performing operational, technology management, and testing tasks typical of electrical engineering, our students also become capable of performing more demanding development and research tasks. With the help of our elective subjects, individual student paths help to specialize in automation or infocommunication. The practice-oriented nature of the training is reinforced by the semester-long engineering projects and practical simulation and design tasks. We recommend our programme to those who are interested in circuits and electrical systems, who enjoy being able to participate in the development of new equipment or solutions, or operate them.


Structure of studies

The total number of credits needed to complete the programme is 180 credits. The courses of the programme are divided into three categories: compulsory courses, thesis courses and elective courses. 1 credit equals 1 ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 student working hours.


Language requirements

TOEFL 513 / IELTS 5.5 /oral examination, TOEFL IBT test score of 66 or any standardised international English language exam corresponding with Hungarian B2 at the Bachelors level and C1 at Masters level.

If there is no standardised English exam, the University relies on an online interview. Applicants not complying with language requirements must enrol in a preparatory language programme. After having completed the language course and passed the requisite final examination, if there are no professional reservations on the part of the Faculty, admission to the selected Bachelor's programme is automatic.


Academic requirements

Completed and signed application form, copy of your passport, notarized copy of Bachelor’s degree relevant* to the Master's studies, notarized copy of the Transcript of Records, notarized copy of your language certificate, recent photograph, Curriculum Vitae (resumé) in English, Motivational Letter in English, Academic Reference letter in English (Issued by your former academic institution/teacher)

*Mechanical Engineering, Vehicle Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Logistics Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Safety Engineering, Military and Safety Engineering, Military and security Engineering, Engineering Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering in the Agriculture and Food Industry. Applicants with other types of BA/BSc degrees can also apply, but will have to fulfil some additional requirements


Details

Compulsory courses: 

 

Neptun code of course

Name of course

lessons / week

seminars, labs / week

assessment type 

credit points

semester

1.

GKNM_AUTA011

Automatic Controls

2

0

v

5

1

2.

GKNM_MSTA003

Numerical Analysis

4

0

v

5

1

3.

GKNM_MSTA024

Stochastic Processes

4

0

v

4

1

4.

GKNM_TATA019

Coding Theory

4

0

v

5

1

5.

GKNM_TATA063

Mobile Communications and Smart Networking

4

0

v

5

1

6.

KGNM_NETA025

Business Planning and Controlling

3

0

v

5

1

7.

GKNM_AUTA009

Electric Machines and Drives

2

0

v

5

2

8.

GKNM_INTA067

Computational Intelligence

4

0

v

5

2

9.

GKNM_MSTA004

Mathematical Models and Methods

4

0

v

5

2

10.

GKNM_TATA025

Circuit Design

4

0

v

5

2

11.

KGNM_NETA006

Environmental Management

2

0

v

4

2

12.

GKNM_FKTA012

Nanoelectronics

2

0

v

3

3

13.

GKNM_TATA028

Optical telecommunications

4

0

v

5

3

14.

GKNM_TATA072

Professional Practice

0

0

a

0

3

15.

KGNM_MMTA056

Advanced Project Management

2

0

v

4

3

16.

GKNM_AUTA055

Project 1

0

2

f

5

 

17.

GKNM_AUTA056

Project 2

0

2

f

5

 

18.

GKNM_TATA064

Project 1

0

2

f

5

 

19.

GKNM_TATA065

Project 2

0

2

f

5

 

 

Hungarian Language (compulsory)

Nr.

Neptun code of course

Name of course

lessons / week

seminars / week

assessment type *

credit points

1

KGNB_NOKA036

Hungarian Language & Culture 1

0

3

a

0

2

KGNB_NOKA037

Hungarian Language & Culture 2

0

3

a

0

 

Optional courses 
15 credit points should be obtained from this group of courses.

Nr.

Neptun code of course

Name of course

lessons / week

seminars, labs / week

assessment type *

credit points

1.

AJNM_ATTA011

Materials Science

2

2

v

5

2.

AJNM_JFTA001

Core Elements of Whole Vehicle Engineering

2

0

f

5

3.

GKNM_AUTA015

Robot Controls

2

0

v

5

4.

GKNM_AUTA029

Design of Virtual Instrument

2

1

v

5

5.

GKNM_AUTA037

Powertrains of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

2

1

v

5

6.

GKNM_INTA056

Logic

2

2

v

5

7.

GKNM_MSTA002

Theory of Algorithms

2

2

v

5

8.

GKNM_TATA024

Digital Audio and Video Broadcasting

2

2

v

5

9.

GKNM_TATA046

Information Security

2

2

v

5

10.

GKNM_TATA051

Cloud Computing

2

2

f

5

11.

KGNM_VKTA020

Innovation and Research Communication I.

0

0

f

5

12.

KGNM_VKTA021

Innovation and Research Communication II.

0

0

f

5

 

* type of assessment
f - evaluation based on student’s performance and work during the semester
v - evaluation based on student’s exam grade in a 5-grade system: excellent (5) – good (4) – satisfactory (3) – passed (2) – fail (1)

 

H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1. 

Hungary

(Administration Building 103.)

0036/96/613-700, 0036/503-419

international@sze.hu


CENTRE OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES – OFFICE HOURS
  am pm
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

Videos