The new master course of Computer Science Engineering is one of the most important programs at our Faculty. It aims to provide engineers from technical disciplines relevant to information technology sciences with the skills to pursue a career in computer and information engineering. The program involves a deep understanding of the theory and practice of information, the study of information acquisition, systems and technical methodologies and their applications in engineering. The main areas of study include developments in intelligent systems and multiprocessor technology. The program consists of a combination of formal lectures, tutorials and lab sessions; it develops practical and theoretical knowledge and includes supervised work sessions. The course aims to equip graduates with the necessary technical and academic knowledge and skills for engineering in information technology.
The applicant has to submit the following documents by uploading them to the online application portal of the University of Pécs:
The Application Process
Students must successfully complete their secondary school/Bachelor program before enrollment at UP FEIT.
Bachelor programs: GPA of the applicant’s last two high school years or result of preparatory courses of the University of Pécs.
Master programs: GPA of the applicant’s last two years in the BA/BSc training
0 point: If applicant’s GPA is below 50 %
10 points: If applicant’s GPA is 50 % or above
20 points: If applicant’s GPA is 70 % or above
30 points: If applicant’s GPA is 85 % or above
|Quality and content of the Motivational letter||
0 point: a The motivational letter contains nothing specific, no professional goals are set;
5 points: The motivational letter is too general, remarkably few specifics and professional goals;
10 points: General professional and personal motivation, the goals are also mostly general but it contains at least some specifics (e.g. refers to activities and work tasks to accomplish);
15 points: Definite professional and personal motivation but still general goals;
25 points: Well-thought-out, substantive motivation, quality writing, and professional goals; specific, promising application
30 points: Thoroughly well-thought-out, conclusive motivation and adequately specific professional goals.
0 point: the applicant cannot communicate with the interviewer, not even the most basic communication acts (greeting, identity issues);
10 points: the interview is lagging, the applicant only communicates in short answers, mostly answers yes or no questions,
25 points: the applicant is fluent in general topics, his or her professional motivations are not fully understood,
40 points: the applicant is fluent in both general and basic professional topics and can express his or her professional motivation.
|CEFR level C1 language exam certificate||
0 point: the applicant has only a level B2 language exam certificate in the instruction language;
5 points: the applicant has an internationally recognized CEFR level C1 language exam certificate obtained no earlier than 2 years in the instruction language
0 point: the applicant can not provide reference letters from previous teachers, mentors or project leaders;
5 points: the applicant can provide reference letters from previous teachers, mentors or project leaders;
The admission decision
The minimum requirement for admission is that the candidate
a) obtains more than zero points for each of the three main criteria, and
b) the total score, of at least 40, without extra points.
Tha maximum points the Applicant can obtain can not be more than 100 points.