Computer Science Engineering BSc

Surveys show that there is a significant persistent demand for computer engineers in the coming years both in Hungary and abroad. We intend to satisfy these labor market needs by providing practice-orientated, internationally recognized, high level qualifications.

The Computer Computer Science Engineering program of PPCU is an excellent choice for those who are interested in the fastest developing areas of information technology. The training gives a special insight into those fields where information technology is faced with new, unknown challenges such as medical sciences, human-machine contacts, parallel computation, and the world of nano- and micro-electronics.

Along with the classic questions of computer technology in our curriculum, several uniquely innovative features are introduced. In observing living organisms we would like to study their way of working and apply our findings to the world of microchips and sensors. The revolution of sensors, the growth of chip complexity, the ubiquitous kilo-processor chips, the facilitation of natural human communication, and human language technology are areas where we are able to explore, even internationally, new territories.

Within the practical specialization at the Faculty, thanks to the numerous various topics, eve-ry student can find his own area of interest in addition to the academic subjects, which improve employment prospects. Subjects in the fifth semester are taught in English to develop language proficiency of students. The most outstanding students can pursue their studies at one of the leading universities in the given field abroad. An eight-week-long internship, taking place at an industrial company, in a hospital, or at an academic research institute, can further deepen the already acquired knowledge and practical skills and can provide invaluable experience for a job search in the future.

  • Specializations:
    • Info-bionics, sensing computers and robots
    • Microelectronics and info-communication
    • Software and language technology

Updated: 31-01-2017