Science without Borders (CSF)

 

The Science without Borders of BME program successfully ended in August 2016.

The information below is not valid any longer.

 


 

Right before getting to start arranging your personal chance of a lifetime, read this, and apply your conclusions in your own way.

Congratulations on your having been accepted by the Science without Borders (CSF) program! You are welcome to visit and pursue studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (GPK) at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) in the academic year of 2015/16!

We have been preparing for your coming in various ways and for quite some time, and can hardly wait to greet you at our campus!

 

Here comes a solid guidance through the administrative process of your pre-departure, arrival, and academic phases as much as the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is concerned.

 

There are altogether 3 communicating parties in the process.

  1. The Hungarian Rectors’ Conference – organization responsible for coordinating CSF program in Hungary ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it );
  2. The Office of Admission at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ); and
  3. the respective academic faculty you are going to study at. In your case the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

Faculties are responsible exclusively for the academic program you will be taking. Other aspects of your stay belong to the other different agents of the organization.

 

Here and now I want to make it clear that you are a candidate of the mechanical engineering program at BME.

 

The mechanical engineering Brazilian candidates, based on the advancement of their study level, have been categorized and grouped in A, B, C study groups by GPK, and accordingly will be offered a study program to take.

 

Find the list of courses here to see what your academic workload will be in the respective semester:

There are three complementary options to build up your total workload within each (A, B, C) academic offer.

  1. mandatory engineering courses,
  2. optional engineering courses, and
  3. optional general educational courses (culture, language, arts, music, history, etc.).

In order to find the best available match for your studies at BME GPK, please, consider seriously the attached chart on prerequisites.

 

When elaborating your course plan, please, consider the timetables for the coming semester. They are located here below. There may not be time conflicts in your individual program.

Have questions as regards your academic program? This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , and we shall clarify the problem, and remove your anxiety.

 

However, the rest of the arrangements (application, information and assistance with visa, accommodation, arrival, orientation, registration at the university, immigration arrangements, transportation, etc.) are the competence of the other agents of the project.

 

We are very much looking forward to meeting you in person at GPK BME!


 
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