Newsletter on Credit Certificate and Confirmation of Stay for Exchange and Study Abroad Students for Autumn Term of the 2020-2021 Academic Year
Updated Welcome and Information Letter from BME CAO OIE, Hungary for the Autumn Term of the 2020-21 Academic Year
for the SPRING term of the 2020/2021 academic year: 1st - 30th November, 2020
for the AUTUMN term of the 2021/2022 academic year: 1st April - 15th May, 2021
Late applications are NOT accepted!
Nomination (except for free movers) sent by your home institution's coordinator should reach us VIA EMAIL
- for students participating in EU's Erasmus+ Program to firstname.lastname@example.org
- for other exchange and semester abroad students to email@example.com
before you start your application procedure!
Only online applications can be processed. All applications sent via email or via regular mail will be rejected.
Online application is available for the SPRING term of the 2020/2021 academic year now.
Guide to online application: Please read it carefully before sending an email!
We can only assist the incoming students in finding accommodation. Private accommodation (rented room/apartment) is available for 300-400€+utilities/month depending on location and comfort. BME ESN (ERASMUS Student Network, esn.bme.hu) runs a temporary office assisting students with finding and arranging accommodation at the beginning of the terms.
COURSES FOR THE SPRING TERM OF THE 2020/21 ACADEMIC YEAR ARE AVAILABLE BELOW
(for the autumn term of the 2021/22 academic year it will be available not later than from 1st April, 2021)
Please note that this homepage is the only official course offer for exchange and semester abroad students at BME. Only these courses will be available for registration!
Please also note that there is no lower limits for subject or credit numbers taken at BME but please fulfil the obligations of your university in these numbers, if there is any.
Please be aware that the courses' availability depends on the number of registered students. Minimum and maximum numbers of students/course both apply.
Please note that courses are of
- BSc level: if the 8th character in its subject code (Neptun code) is A or B (e.g. BMEVITMAK47)
- MSc level: if the 8th character in its subject code (Neptun code) is M or N (e.g. BMEVITMMB03)
- if the 8th character in its subject code (Neptun code) is neither A nor B nor M nor N (e.g. BMEGT658151) then the course is of general purpose and is for all the students.
Please refer to these subject codes in any communication.
Please note that "mid-term mark" requirement means that your mark and credits can be received according to your midterm and project results and other activities during the term and there is no exam at the end of the term.
Please note that PROJECT TYPE COURSES (e.g. Diploma Project, Final Project, Project Laboratory, Teamwork Project, Thesis Project, etc.) are generally not offered for exchange and semester abroad students.
If you wish to participate in such courses at first please find and contact your professionally competent prospective personal supervisor at BME if he/she can manage your project and can accept your application. If yes, please ask him/her to write a declaration that he/she can supervise your work and includes the course code of the project type course. Please attach this declaration to your learning agreement. If no such written approval is acquired by the students from a supervisor prior to their arrival, there is no possibility to do it during mobility. Thesis/research/final projects have to be agreed upon always prior to arrival only, i.e. in the written declaration of a relevant supervisor to be attached to your application. To make the necessary prior arrangements please contact the relevant faculty coordinator. Without attaching this declaration including the name of the supervisor and the course code of the project type course these courses will not be accepted and will not be included in your course portfolio.
If you wish to STUDY COURSES IN HUNGARIAN then please contact the Erasmus+ coordinator of your faculty at BME to discuss the available courses for you in Hungarian and ask him/her to inform the CAO (firstname.lastname@example.org) until 1st February, 2021 about the Neptun codes of your courses in Hungarian to include these courses into your BME portfolio and your learning agreement otherwise you will not be allowed to study courses in Hungarian.
Please note that if you apply for the Mechanical Engineering field of study at BME then at least 70% of your credits have to be chosen from the Mechanical Engineering courses but if you apply for any other field of study then you can register for Mechanical Engineering courses without any limit.
MSc courses are available only for students with BSc certificate. Please attach it to your application otherwise your MSc course registrations will be cancelled. Please note that there can be no exception in any case!
Students interested in a Final Project (BSc, MSc) should consult the website of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (GPK), find the most appropriately relevant department, and contact them individually about your Final Project initiation.
Further assistance in need can be obtained by contacting Dr. István Biró, the Erasmus Coordinator of GPK at email@example.com.
Please note that you can register for courses of Architecture only if you apply for Architecture or Civil Engineering field of study at BME in your online application.
List of departments with codes for 'Architectural Research for Exchange Student' course
MSc courses at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics are available only for students with BSc certificate. Please attach it to your application otherwise your MSc course registrations will be cancelled. Please note that there can be no exception in any case!
COURSE OFFER FOR AUTUMN TERM OF THE 2021/22 ACADEMIC YEAR - will be available from 1st April, 2021