Title of the programme: Computer Science
Duration of the course: 4 semesters
Language of tuition: English
Description of the programme:
The aim of the program is to train Information Technology professionals who can perform the development, creation, application, implementation, and operation of IT systems either individually or as a team member at advanced level. Furthermore, it provides the cooperative and modelling skills required to solve and research IT related problems, and ensures solid theoretical background to pursue PhD studies.
The graduates are able to use problem solving techniques in the design and implementation of enterprise resource planning systems; to apply state of the art modelling techniques; and to design, implement, and operate decision support systems.
Main subjects: Graph Theory, Automata and Formal Languages, Application of Linear Programming, Advanced Programming, Advanced Image Processing, Online Algorithms, Machine Learning Algorithms, Advanced Graphics Algorithms, Advanced Approximate and Symbolic Computing, Program Systems Development, Software Development, Logic and Functional Programming, Web Technologies, Nonlinear Programming, Geographic Information Systems, Data Mining, Parallel Programming.
a. Copy of the BSc degree (notarized English translation).
b. Official full transcripts of your Bachelor studies (notarized English translation).
Note that the applicant might be requested to send all the detailed course syllabuses.
B. English language.
The requested level of language knowledge is at least B2-intermediate according to the Common European Framework Reference. The certificate is preferably a state or international language exam (e.g.: TOEFL iBT test score of at least 90, or PBT score at least 550; Cambridge First Certificate at least "B"; IELTS score of at least 5.0).
C. Copy of the passport.
Relevant page(s) where passport number, name, photo and date of expiry are visible.D. Recent medical certificate of satisfactory general health status (not older than 1 month).
Optionally, two recommendation letters from recognised academic persons.F. An evidence of payment of 200 USD non-refundable application fee.
a. mathematical and natural sciences rudiments (at least 15 credits): calculus, numerical analysis, discrete mathematics, linear algebra;
b. computer science rudiments (15 credits): logics, design and analysis of algorithms, automata and formal languages, theory of computing, artificial intelligence basics;
c. information technology rudiments (at least 30 credits): software technology, databases and information systems, computer architectures, computer networks;
a. either requested to take a preparatory 0th semester during which all the missing courses can be taken,
b. or requested to take extra lectures at the beginning of a semester to acquire the necessary knowledge.
If you wish to pay your fees via bank transfer, please use one of the following bank accounts:
Account name: University of Szeged
Bank name: Hungarian State Treasury (correspondent: Hungarian National Bank, SWIFT code: MANEHUHB)
Bank address: H-1054 Budapest, Hold utca 4.
IBAN: HU94-1000-4012-1000-8016-0022-0332 (USD account)
IBAN: HU79-1000-4885-1000-2010-0012-0335 (EUR account)
IBAN: HU91-1002-8007-0028-2802-0000-0000 (HUF account)
If you wish to pay your fees in cash, please use one of the following bank accounts:
Bank name: Magyar Külkereskedelmi Bank / Hungarian Foreign Trade Bank
Bank address: HU-6720 Szeged, Kölcsey utca 8.
IBAN: HU14-1030-0002-6610-3177-2700-4013 (USD account)
IBAN: HU14-1030-0002-6610-3177-2700-4886 (EUR account)