Technical Management BSc


Today, you can read the Alumni story of our Ukrainian Alumni student, Anastasiya Lozova. She graduated in Technical Management BSc (former Engineering Business Management BSc) in 2011.

After graduating at UOD she was working in different countries but finally she moved back to Hungary and started to work in post sale support, technical support and research. Currently, she is working in Budapest in a FinTech (Financial Technology) Company in a research position. UOD’s international alumni officers invited her to share her alumni experience.



How did you decide on choosing the University of Dunaújváros and the study program?


I was applying for the Ukrainian university and found out that university had a co-studying program here in Dunaújváros. So I decided to come here. It was exciting to study in English to try out different teaching approach.


What things did you learn at UOD that were most helpful to you?


The most helpful one, I guess it was the ability to process a lot of information in a short period of time. The ability to filter out the necessary information, concentrate no matter what and deliver in a timely manner.


What is the relationship like between the students and the professors?


I was very pleased with this one. We got help and assistance whenever needed. Most of the studying materials were available online, making it even easier to reach. There is always QA time, and everyone can get an answer to clear any ambiguity.


What do you think of the campus of the university?


It is nice looking and pleasant to by there. Since the town itself is small, all the buildings and dorms are located next to each other. It can be easily reached even in the morning rush :) The classrooms and laboratories were well equipped.


What do you think of the extracurricular activities (programs, events, excursions) at UOD?


It was a lot of fun. We had some travels around Hungary, were visiting the lake Balaton, and we also had wine tastings.


How well did UOD prepare you to enter the workplace?


I guess the main strength was the English knowledge. All my studies were done in English and we had an additional English course as well. A good English knowledge is essential for any workplace nowadays.


What advice would you give to prospective students who are considering to apply to UOD?


It's a good place to study. But you will need to study hard, so prepare :)