Master in Engineering Management
The graduates of our Engineering Manager MSc programme are equipped with the theoretical and methodological background to solve and coordinate complex problems in technological and business environments and to manage organisations operating in such environments.
It is designed for people who want to acquire versatile, up-to-date and practical knowledge in economics, organisation and management, as well as technical skills, and who are open to complex problems requiring versatility. To support this, students will demonstrate their independent problem-solving skills in their chosen specialisation by preparing a thesis over two semesters.
The harmony of natural sciences, engineering, as well as management and organisation is a crucial aspect of the engineering manager programme of Budapest University of Technology and Economics. It provides a good opportunity for graduates from different bachelor programmes to continue their studies, while the diversity of the participating students also helps to develop the ability to work with different actors in a business environment.
The programme will be launched in the academic year of 2023/24.
Level of Studies: MSc
Mode of Studies: Full-time
Qualification: Engineering manager
Duration of the Programme: 4 semesters
Language of Instruction: English
For the Fall semester: 1 April – 1 June
For the Spring semester: 1 October- 1 December
Tuition fee: €3,500/semester + Application fee: € 100
Here you can read the general conditions of admission into the Engineering Manager Master programme OR Master’s in Engineering Management programme.
Degree accepted for admittance into the Engineering Manager Master programme OR Master’s in Engineering Management programme:
BSc in Engineering Management with complete credit value
Other BA/BSc degrees can also be considered with the completion of minimum 50 ECTS credits from the following areas: Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Agricultural and Food Engineering.
- 20 credits in natural sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, mechanics, materials science, biology);
- 10 credits in economic and human sciences (economics, business economics, quality assurance, environmental management, economic statistics, social sciences);
- 20 credits in the following fields: technical drawing, machines, structures, information technology and applications, production and technology, management, finance, public administration and law and differentiated professional knowledge in the fields of engineering, technology.
Applicants, with other degrees, can be admitted with 30 ECTS from the above listed disciplines on the condition that they collect the remaining 20 ECTS during the first year of their studies.
As part of the admission procedure, the Credit Transfer Committee examines whether the applicant has the pre-study credit value as defined above and in the regulations (Act LXXX of 1993 on Higher Education).
Grade Point Average
Minimum GPA of accepted credits is on the middle of the scale.
Foreign Language Requirements
English language skills at B2 level, proven by one of the following internationally recognised certificates:
IELTS min. 5.0, Cambridge B2 First (FCE) min. 160, TOEFL iBT min. 72, Trinity Integrated Skills In English (ISE) min. ISE II, TOEIC Listening min. 400 / Reading min. 385, TOEIC Speaking min. 160 / Writing min. 150, Pearson Academic (PTE) min. 29, OR: a Medium of Instruction Certificate.
For more information please contact
Ms Anita Oláh, International Study Program Coordinator
phone: +36 1 463 1813
The course guide of the programme is available here:
Master in Engineering Management Course Guide