Student Organisations

Students’ Union

BME GTK students participate actively in matter of governance and management of the Faculty.

GTK Students’ Union consists of 15 representatives with the aim of guiding students and supporting them throughout their university journey. Every representative has a different field of expertise (education, scholarships, events, sports facilities etc.) in which they can help Hungarian and foreign students as well. The Students’ Union is the first stop for students encountering any problems during their stay in Budapest, especially the representative dealing with educational issues, but the whole Union can be very helpful all around the clock.

To contact the Students’ Union at GTK, please, send an e-mail to: – in case of questions related to education


BME ESN – Erasmus Student Network

Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is one of the biggest inter-disciplinary student associations in Europe, founded in 1989 with the aim of supporting and improving the student exchange.

For more information, visit the website of BME ESN 

BME Model United Nations Society

Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically role-play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees, which is generally organized by a MUN club or the school or a University. Here, Students take on the roles of UN representatives and members of other international bodies and national cabinets, and learn about the workings of international politics and problem solving.

The BME MUN is actively organized by our international students, for their events and programmes, please consult the following link.


ESTIEM BME (European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management)

ESTIEM is the organisation for European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management, who combine technological understanding with management skills. Their goal is to establish and foster relations between students across Europe and to support them in their personal and professional development. Their network consists of 66 Local Groups in 25 countries, reaching out to 50 000 students.