Óbuda University

General information

Our Erasmus awards

Our Intensiv Programs

General information

 
Óbuda University (ÓU) is the number one practice-oriented technical University in Budapest, Hungary and a recognized leader in engineering education. 
 
Our engineering science branches are among Hungary’s oldest with 130 years of rich tradition founded in 1879 (2000) (2010). ÓU is the legal successor of the “Budapest Tech” and our infrastructure includes 4 campuses in Budapest, 1 campus in Székesfehérvár and 1 campus in Salgótarján with 6 faculties, 18 institutes, 3 doctoral schools and 8 Research, Innovation and Service Centers.
 
ÓU is a recipient of the Higher Education Quality Award, is accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee, a current member of the European University Association (EUA) and certified TÜV ISO 9001:2008.
 
Our concentration is to maintain high quality, student focused higher education providing strength in research spanning a diverse set of intellectual disciplines and applications within the fields of engineering while serving science and the future. We train students to be able to effectively model and solve problems that arise within the branches of engineering, natural sciences, industry and management. The curriculum puts emphasis on application-oriented mathematics, practical applications, modeling and designing skills, computer programming and high-performance computing. Diplomas issued at Óbuda University are accepted by and transferable to all countries within the European Union.
 
Óbuda University is a student focused institution with a vibrant and intimate community. The number of students is around 12000 with hundreds of International students attending from 53 countries worldwide.
 
Our programs focus on BSc, MSc and PhD Degrees which include: Computer Engineering/It; Engineering Sciences; Natural Sciences/Multidisciplinary; Visual/Applied Arts; Business and Management.
  • Engineering Sciences (Branches): Computer Engineering/It, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering , Safety And Security Engineering/Military Engineering, Computer Engineering Specializing In Robotics, Computer Engineering Specializing In Cyber Medical Systems, Materials Science And Engineering
  • Natural Sciences/Multidisciplinary: Land Surveying And Land Management Engineering/Geomatics, Environmental Engineering
  • Visual/Applied Arts: Industrial Product Design Engineering
  • Business And Management: Technical Management, Business Development
 
6 Faculties at 5 campuses (4 in Budapest, 1 in Székesfehérvár)
  • Faculty of Informatics (John von Neumann, NIK)
  • Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering (Donát Bánki, BGK)
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering (Kálmán Kandó, KVK)
  • Faculty of Business and Management (Károly Keleti, KGK)
  • Faculty of Light Industry and Environmental Protection Engineering (Sándor Rejtő, RKK)
  • Technical Faculty (Székesfehérvár; Alba Regia, AMK)
 
3 Doctoral schools:
  • Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics
  • Doctoral School on Materials Sciences and Technologies
  • Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences
 
Óbuda University has an extensive International cooperation network with 272 Agreements (161 Erasmus+ partner HEI's; 27 Creditmobility (outside EEA) partner institutions for students and staff; 79 bilateral MoU and MoA Agreements from more than 28 countries; and the most significant joint scientific collaboration agreements include: ACCEU, Georgia Institute of Tech School of Material Science and Engineering, IGIP, IEEE, and Johns Hopkins University.
 
Óbuda University has 8 Research, Innovation and Service Centers supporting and managing Innovation, R&D and Education. The strategic goal is to support the research of newly arrived PhD students; to create the conditions of intelligent learning and research; and to continue to develop as an internationally recognized research center. Óbuda University has one of the most significant robotic research facilities in the region, setting an example on a national level which includes state-of-the-art infrastructure for medical, industrial and general service robotic applications.

 

 

Óbuda University

International Mobilities

Website: www.uni-obuda.hu/en
Address of the organisation: Bécsi út 96/b, H1034 Budapest, Hungary
Erasmus Code: HU BUDAPES16
PIC Code: 986279123
VAT: 15773063-2-41
Registration number: FI12904
Legal representative of the Óbuda University: Prof. Dr. Mihály Réger, rector
KA1 Mobility Programmes:
Erasmus+
Erasmus+ Credit mobility
Campus Mundi
EEA
Responsible for mobilities:
Ms Ildikó Marosi, PhD
Deputy Director for International Affairs
Telephone: +36-1-666-5615
E-mail:
marosi.ildiko@kgk.uni-obuda.hu,
mobility@uni-obuda.hu
Address of the Mobility Department: Bécsi str. 94-96 H-1034 Budapest
Telephone: +36-1-666-5552

 

 

Our Erasmus awards

E-Quality Award - 2005
E-Quality Award is the European Quality Label for decentralised projects and mobility activities carried out under the Socrates programme. The commitment of the institutions and the coordinators for the Programmes is crucial for the success of the European Educational Programmes. The E-Quality Label acknowledges quality in this field, thus strengthening the institutions´ commitment to the programme.

Outstanding Erasmus Coordinator - 2007
2007 – The 10th birthday of Erasmus in Hungary.  On this occasion10 Hungariancoordinators have received the award "Outstanding Erasmus Coordinator".Two of them were from our university: Mrs. Maria Dudas and Mrs. Livia Kokas.

International Cooperation Quality Award 2009
The national ‘Quality Award for International Cooperation’ aims to recognize educational and training projects of outstanding quality, implemented with the support of Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP).

The 2 millionth Erasmus student - 2009

The benchmark of the 2 millionth Erasmus student was reached during the academic year 2008/09.To celebrate this landmark achievement, every participating country in the Erasmus programme was requested to nominate students, who participated in an Erasmus mobility period for studies or placements during the year. The Erasmus statistics are collected in each country separately as the Erasmus mobility scheme is decentralised, therefore it is impossible to say whom exactly the 2 millionth really was. Therefore, the European Commission opted to select 31 students, one from each of the participating countries, to represent their respective country as the 2 000 000th Erasmus student. The booklet contains the testimonials of these 31 outstanding students, who have shown their excellence in enriching their academic career by studying or doing a traineeship abroad and are listed by the protocol order.

We are proud of our student Németh Gergő, who was selected from our university (The predecessor of Óbuda University was the Budapest Tech) to represent Hungary.

Erasmus Success Stories brochure 2012 "Supporting reform: The role of Erasmus in higher education"

2012 - 25 years of Erasmus: connecting Europe since 1987

The 25th anniversary will be marked by a two-day conference on the theme "Erasmus: changing lives, opening minds for 25 years" organised by the Commission with Education Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou and Erasmus ambassadors - one student and one teacher from each of the 33 participating countries. The ambassadors have been chosen based on the impact that the Erasmus programme has had on their lives.

The Hungarian teacher represent is the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator of our university, Mária Dudás.

 

Our Intensiv Programs

Network Applications in the International Logistics - 2001 - Coordinator
 

Network in International Logistics E-Commerce - 2002 - - Coordinator
 

IPCV - Intensive Program on Computer Vision 2004 - Participant
 

IPCV - Intensive Program on Computer Vision 2006 - - Coordinator
 

Intensive Programme on Computer Vision 2008 - Participant
 

European Digital Media Management - 2006 - - Coordinator
 

European Digital Media Management - 2007 - Coordinator
 

EDMM - European Digital Print Media 2009 - - Coordinator

 

Biomedical Engineering in a European Perspective 2003-2007 - Participant
 

Human Centred Approaches in Biomedical Engineering 2008-2011 - Participant
 

e-Technologies on Renewable Energy Systems 2008-11 - Participant
 

Combining Ethics, Environment and Profitability in Business (CEEP) - Participant

Inter-Disciplinary InnoMarathon - Participant