The Vehicle Engineering BSc program aims to train students to become skilled vehicle engineers who can tackle fundamental engineering tasks related to the design, manufacturing, systemic operation, and repair of road-vehicle systems and mobile machines. Emphasis is placed on the importance of safety, environmental protection, and energy management in the field. The program is well-suited for those with an interest in natural sciences, a strong work ethic, a collaborative mindset, and a positive approach to learning new things.
Graduates of the program will be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue careers in the automotive and transportation industries. They may work in design, research and development, production, or testing, among other fields. Additionally, they will be prepared to contribute to the development of innovative and sustainable vehicle technologies, helping to shape the future of transportation.
Duration of the programme: 7 semesters
Credit number: ECTS 210
Degree: Vehicle Engineer
Tuition fee: EUR 3000/semester
Location of the training: Kecskemét
Online Interview & Test
The admission specialists will evaluate your performance during an online interview and test. Please note that neither the entrance exam nor the tests can be retaken, so it’s essential to prepare adequately for the interview. During the interview, your level of English proficiency will be evaluated, and you will be asked about your motivations for choosing your desired study program. It would be beneficial to research Hungary and understand why you are interested in studying there. The test you’ll take will vary depending on the study program you have chosen. However, it will be at the upper-intermediate high school level. It’s normal to feel nervous about the tests, but most applicants find that they are not as daunting as they initially thought.
Automotive engineers utilize computer-assisted design tools to develop novel or enhanced blueprints for the structural components of automobiles, as well as for engines, transmissions, and other systems within the vehicle.
They are also involved in the direct construction, modification, and testing of automobiles and their various parts, in addition to supervising or conducting vehicle testing at the system level.
Their other responsibilities include:
- Examining automobile designs.
- Developing engineering standards or financial estimates for automobile design proposals.
- Providing technical guidance to other engineers or support personnel.
- Conducting analyses to determine the root causes of failures or variations.
- Defining parameters for manufacturing or quality control.
- Creating, reviewing, and maintaining engineering documentation.