Technical Management BSc


Why is it attractive to be an Engineering Manager? – He/she acts as a bridge between engineering and economic professionals

Due to the combination of business and management knowledge with technical expertise, engineering managers are designed to play a key role in the next generation of managers in the engineering sector. Engineering management (and Technical management) is a specialized field of management concerned with the engineering sector. During our engineering (technical) management courses, students will develop industrial engineering skills, knowledge and expertise, alongside knowledge of business and management techniques, strategies and concerns. Our study is typically taught through a combination of lectures, case studies, hands-on workshops, laboratory-based practical classes, engineering design activities (we teach CAD and SOLIDWORKS in our labs), group and individual project work and consultation sessions. Our student-oriented focus means that we use our experience in international study programmes and give all support to our students to pass their courses and receive their diploma.

We offer Logistic Specialisation while we see as the global economy has expanded, logistics has become increasingly important. Estimates provided by the U.S. Department of Labour show that logistics jobs will increase in number by 25.5 percent from 2010 to 2020. Careers in logistics can begin anywhere while nearly every company and organization has a need for logistics managers. Logistics careers have traditionally been held by men, but women are becoming increasingly involved at all levels. Many women hold top positions in logistics companies and logistics departments. Logistics is also a stepping stone into the field of international business.




Students’ opinion

“My studies at the University of Dunaújváros allowed me to have sufficient knowledge to start a career (right after my degree) in my study field and face up with real life activities. I am sure that UOD students will get the best learning tools/materials with the best teachers in order to achieve or meet their objectives at the end.”

Cedric Doriant Tsagué (30) from Cameroon

Graduated in January 2015


„After I graduated from Dunaújváros, I got offers from Automotive, Energy and Telecommunication sectors. Some of the offers were from Hungary some of them were from Germany. During this period, I had a chance to meet the Director of the Project Management Consulting Company. In the end of the meeting day, I became one of member of the Company. I started to work as a Project Coordinator.”

Hüsnü Yesirci (30) from Turkey

Graduated in January 2014




Mechanical Engineering BSc and MSc


Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers research, design, develop, build, and test mechanical and thermal sensors and devices, including tools, engines, and machines.

At the University of Dunaújváros we currently offer to our Mechanical Engineering students on bachelor level specialisations in Maintenance and in Mechatronics. Beside acquiring a high-level theoretic background students will receive an up-to-date practical training in our well-equipped laboratories and workshops. Our specialisation in Maintenance is unique within the country, and reflects the current need for professionals in the industrial sector. Students become initiated to the professional and practical skills related to maintenance technologies by acknowledged industrial specialists. They will also be acquainted with the strategic elements of maintenance that enable safe and cost-effective production overall in the industrial sector – from smaller enterprises to the large-mass production in highly authomatised factories.

The Institute of Engineering Sciences of the University of Dunaújváros is extending its R&D and innovation activities with electromobility. This field opens up new opportunities in the educational and research portfolio of the university. Complex mechatronic systems, electric drifts, sensor and actuator techniques, and computer-based control engineering – all these components, that consitute the main part of the Mechatronics specialisation, play a significant role in electric traffic and in the functioning and operation of electric vehicles.

For those who would like to continue their studies on master level, UOD offers the Mechanical Engineering MSc program with specialisation in Lifespan Management. This specialisation is not only popular among the students: experts in this area are in demand at industrial companies of the region, like ISD Dunaferr Company Group, Paks Nuclear Power Plant, and Hankook Tire.

Mechanical engineering is at the forefront of developing new technologies for a number of industries including transport, healthcare, construction, and robotics.  If a technical degree incorporating a broader understanding of the world sounds appealing, mechanical engineering studies is just for you!




Students’ opinion


„I would very much like to recommend my study program at the University of Dunaújváros for the new students. This will give them a chance to deepen their knowledge inspiration, creativity, scientific innovation in a cosmopolitan environment as one of the prestigious Universities in central Europe. All in all, I am totally sure that their experience in Dunaújváros will be extremely fruitful, exciting, knowledgeable and valuable for both their professional studies and overall general development.”

Jaouad Abdouss (26)

Stipendium Hungaricum student from Morocco


The University of Dunaújváros has a lovely atmosphere composed by good professionals who are eager to teach their students what they are willing to learn. My Erasmus experience there helped me to realise how much I knew and to increase that knowledge in fields of my interest.”

Paul Larrocea Zuazo (26)

Erasmus student from Spain








35 international students of the University took part in the excursion to Visegrád organized by the international office.  The city of Visegrád is north of Budapest, it is one of the oldest town in Hungary. Up from the citadel, there is a beautiful view on the curve of the Danube. At least normally. Unfortunately the weather forecast predicted rain for the end of the week, and this time they were right. Drizzling rain and white fog awaited us, which prevented us to enjoy the sights. Luckily some programs made the student entertained. Our program consisted of a visit to life-like wax figure exhibition, a viewing of an exciting and humorous medieval knight contest and testing the mighty weapons of the knights. It was the first time for most of the students to shoot a bow for example. So referring back to the title, although the sky did not clear, the students could have gone home with some new experiences at the end of the day, which confirmed that it was a good excursion that is worth it to be organized.


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Business Administration BA

Are you interested in business and management, would you like to gain in-depth managerial competence combined with solid knowledge in business administration, then come to the Universityof Dunaújváros Business Administration and Management BA Program.

Why UOD?

  • excellent reputation in the region
  • offers competitive degrees on the European and global market
  • great industrial relationships, that provide future career opportunities
  • high level of satisfaction among employers concerning students having graduated from UOD
  • lively international environment
  • good sporting and leasure facilities
  • greatteachers, interesting classes
  • huge emphasis on academic content with an exposure to practical problems
  • emphasis on learning, training and exploration



What do we offer?

  • By completing the study programme students will have a thorough understanding of business life, an insight into basic company procedures
  • At the end of the study programme students will acquire competences necessary for running and managing their own business
  • At the end of their studies students will have broad knowledge of regional, national and international businesses
  • We offer excellent opportunities for completing professional internships and starting a career in business life
  • On the Business Communication and Enterprise Management specializations students will be enriched with up-to-date experience concerning the newest innovation results, they will be familiarized with knowledge concerning how products and services are designed and marketed, moreover they will get transferable skills and practical knowledge in Informatics, Accountancy, Statistics, Business Law and Financial Management.


Students’ opinion

„The University of Dunaújváros has helpful and kind teachers and staffs, a good infrastracture – with special regard to accomodation. My studies there helped me a lot during my master studies.” Shao Jinghua (24) from China. Graduated in January 2016.
„The best part of my studies at UOD was the life in a multicultural community. I believe that at UOD you will gain a lot more than just a degree, you will learn life and this is everything for a young person.” Catherine Germaine Mounga (24) from Cameroon. Graduated in January 2017.


As a further step in our already more than 3-year-old cooperation with the Ural Federal University (UrFU) in Ekaterinburg, Russia three representatives of UrFU

  • Edward Patrakov, the Head of Department of Social Safety,
  • Aleksandr Zhilin, an associate professor from the Institute of New Materials and Technologies,
  • Damir Bajtimirov, a professor of the Physical Engineering Faculty

 visited our campus from the 3rd April to the 7th April 2017 within the frames of Erasmus+ international credit mobility program.



Dr. Aleksandr Zhilin gave lectures to our international engineering students about the concept of degradation and failure assessment in construction materials, their important role in safe and reliable operation of high risk components and facilities.



Dr. Edward Patrakov continued negotiations with Dr. Katalin Kukoreli and Dr. Noémi Piricz, the representatives of our Social Sciences Institute and Dr. Csilla Szabó Marianna, the Director of our Teacher Training Institute in order to discuss further cooperation opportunities in research and education with the Hungarian colleagues.

After visiting the laboratories of our Institute of Engineering sciences and collecting information about the technical capabilities of the laboratories Dr. Aleksandr Zhilin and Dr. Damir Bajtimirov met Dr. Miklós Horváth, the Director of our Institute of Engineering Sciences and Dr. Judit Pázmán, the Head of the Materials Science Department to prepare the future mobilities of the engineering students from UrFU to the University of Dunaújváros within the international credit mobility program and to outline the potential ways of collaboration in testing and development of engineering materials.

As another essential part of their program our guests also had the opportunity to share their good experience in teaching with the lecturers of the teaching departments of our university and Dr. Edward Patrakov and Dr. Aleksandr Zhilin had checked and evaluated the already fulfiled and the new tasks of Erasmus+ international credit mobility project organisation and management in the form of a negotiation with the international relations coordinators of UOD. Mr. Zhilin also expressed their wish to start new cooperations in frame of the Erasmus + programme, especiall in the Strategic Partnership programme.

The University of Dunaújváros welcomed more than 700 guests between 6-8 May: 414 scientific papers has been presented by students arriving from 19 Hungarian higher educational institutions as UOD had the honour to host the Engineering Session of the XXXIII. National Scientific Students' Associations Conference (NSSAC).



UOD students finished the event with great success:

József Katona -           1st place in the Engineering Information Technology session

Agócs Mihály  -           1st place in the Material Science, Material Testing session

József Katona and Erik Pávkovics:    2nd place in the Engineering Business Management session

Tamás Botyánszki:      special award in the session for Regional and Environmental Engineering.

Congratulations to all of them!


The National Scientific Students' Associations Conference (NSSAC) is a scientific gathering during which the most outstanding scientific papers of the best university and college students are evaluated by boards of renowned Hungarian scientists and professors. NSSAC is organised in every second year in 16 sections.