Masters in (Automotive) Vehicle Engineering Postgraduate Program By Szechenyi Istvan University (University of Gyor) |Top Universities
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Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - General

Degree

MSc

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

The aim of the programme is to train students to become technically advanced automotive engineers.  After completing their studies, vehicle engineers will be able to carry out high level scientific, specified technical automotive, IT, and business and project management tasks related to vehicle development, internal combustion engines and alternative drive systems. Using their acquired knowledge, vehicle engineers will be able to both research and develop as well as design and manufacture vehicles, engines and their components. The Master’s programme prepares students to participate in and lead projects related to vehicles, drivelines and engines. Students will be also prepared to continue their studies in the PhD training programme at Széchenyi István University.  The master’s programme is in English, which will enable students to secure positions and/or participate in projects in the vehicle industry internationally. They will also be able to continue their studies abroad or fulfill leadership roles in multinational firms. As the training programme is project-oriented, each semester students participate in and/or lead a project. Semester projects can be individual or a team effort, they can be independent or interrelated. This philosophy prepares students to work, cooperate, and be leaders at the international level. 

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - General

Degree

MSc

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

The aim of the programme is to train students to become technically advanced automotive engineers.  After completing their studies, vehicle engineers will be able to carry out high level scientific, specified technical automotive, IT, and business and project management tasks related to vehicle development, internal combustion engines and alternative drive systems. Using their acquired knowledge, vehicle engineers will be able to both research and develop as well as design and manufacture vehicles, engines and their components. The Master’s programme prepares students to participate in and lead projects related to vehicles, drivelines and engines. Students will be also prepared to continue their studies in the PhD training programme at Széchenyi István University.  The master’s programme is in English, which will enable students to secure positions and/or participate in projects in the vehicle industry internationally. They will also be able to continue their studies abroad or fulfill leadership roles in multinational firms. As the training programme is project-oriented, each semester students participate in and/or lead a project. Semester projects can be individual or a team effort, they can be independent or interrelated. This philosophy prepares students to work, cooperate, and be leaders at the international level. 

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

66+
5+
Sep

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More programs from the university

At Bachelors level, 7 English-taught degrees are available for the next academic year including 6 Bachelor of Science programmes in the following subjects: Food Engineering, Civil Engineering, Vehicle Engineering, Logistics Engineering, Agricultural Engineering and Business Administration and Management. The Faculty of Humanities offers a BA in  International Relations .

For academic year 2022/2023, there are 18 English-taught degree programmes at Master’s level on offer, with an emphasis on the fields of Engineering, Computer Science and Business.

Applicants can choose from MSc programmes including Supply Chain Management, Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Infrastructural Engineering, Vehicle Engineering, Marketing, Regional & Environmental Economic Studies, Computer Science Engineering, Business Informatics, International Economics and Business, Computer Science and Tourism Management.

In the Humanities, Széchenyi István University is offering 5 Master of Arts degrees in Music Performance, currently available for the following instruments: Violin, Clarinet, Trumpet, Piano and Flute.

New for 2022-2023 is an MA in Design. The main goal of the Master’s programme is to challenge students with a Bachelor’s degree in Design, Visual Arts or Engineering to continue their development in order to accomplish a Master’s level of skills, knowledge and mind-set in the field of design.

In addition, first launched in the autumn semester of 2020, SZE offers a Double degree MBA programme run in conjunction with the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, USA, which allows students to register at both universities simultaneously and to complete a full programme of study at each institution. The University of Rhode Island is accredited by AACSB International – the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer degrees in business and accounting. AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than five per cent of the world’s business programmes.

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