Computer Science Engineer Bsc

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (VIK)

The aim of the program is to train computer engineers who can successfully create solutions in a wide range of fields, from the development of advanced web services, through artificial intelligence-based solutions, to the development of high-reliability industrial software systems. With a solid theoretical grounding, our students are prepared to continue their studies in a MSc program or to take up employment in the design, development, deployment and operation of data and software systems and services in technical, IT and information infrastructure. After a common theoretical and professional grounding in the first four semesters, students can acquire deeper, more specific and practical knowledge and skills in two specialisations - Software Engineering and Infocommunication.

Qualification Computer Science Engineering BSc program

Language English

Start September

Pre-evaluation of the submitted documents: 1. quality of secondary school leaving certificate (min 70% required) and/or transcript, 2. proof of English language proficiency at min. B2 level, 3. electronic e-admission test: Mathematics, Physics

You can study at BME with a scholarship or as a self-funded student, by paying tuition fees. Various scholarships help you cover tuition fees and your living expenses during your studies. Successful PhD students may receive additional support from research grants.


Our students receive a balanced combination of Electrical and Digital Engineering, Computer Architecture, Communication Networks, Operating Systems, Fundamentals of Programming (C, C++, Java), Databases, Software Engineering and Techniques, Computer Graphics, Artificial Intelligence, IT Security.



Calculus, Probability Theory and Statistics, Theory of Computing, Coding Technology, Theory of Algorithms

38 credits

Fundamentals of Electronics and Electrotechnics, Fundamentals of Physics

9 credits

Additional skills

Human and economic subjects

English, Management and Business Economics, Micro- and Macroeconomics, Business Law

16 credits
Free elective subjects
10 credits

Advanced Courses

Professional core material
74 credits
Specific professional knowledge
25 credits
23 credits
8 weeks
Thesis work
15 credits

Career options

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of BME is the most important training and research institution in Hungary in the fields of electrical engineering (BSc, MSc, PhD) and computer engineering (BSc, MSc, PhD). Founded in 1949, it is the largest faculty of BME and its degrees are highly valued by national and international rankings, independent of the institution. Both the IT and engineering fields offer outstanding job and salary opportunities for graduates. According to labour market surveys and graduate career tracking statistics, the average salary of BME VIK graduates is well above the national average, and the majority of students find their future jobs during their studies.

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