Miskolc and ME prepare for 4TH industrial revolution


Cooperation between the city and the university is naturally not new; the university was founded in Miskolc as the Technical University of Heavy Industry at the city’s invitation, and their interests have been joined since then. This time, however, a contract backs up the cooperation.

Visitors spent the evening with scientists


As usual, the university opened its gates to all curious visitors on a Friday at the end of September, in the now traditional Researcher’s Night, when the professors displayed their most precious treasures. The event fell on 29 September this year.

New materials and modern materials technologies to be developed in the higher education and industry cooperation centre


A project to develop innovative materials, modern material technologies, and intelligent management and automation systems has begun with the involvement of the University of Miskolc, BorsodChem, Bosch, and ÉMI Non-Profit Limited Liability Company for Quality Control and Innovation in Building, within the joint research network of the Higher Education Industrial Cooperation Centre (known as FIEK).

Oracle academy – at no cost!


ME students and teachers now have free access to the Oracle Academy Program, which includes all of the course and supplementary materials for development in computer science topics. It would be well worth studying their materials, since those interested will be able to obtain no-cost vouchers for certification, starting in the autumn semester of the 2018-19 academic year.

Our Rector awarded as Honorary Professor at BUCT, in China


In the first days of December Prof. Dr. Torma András, the rector of the University of Miskolc, and the two directors of the Confucius Institute (Prof. Liu Jie and Dr. Kuttor Dániel) took a visit in China.

Faculty of Arts celebrates milestones


The Faculty of Arts celebrated the 25th anniversary of arts studies at the university and the 20th anniversary of becoming a faculty. The celebration took place in the assembly hall on 15 December. The Institute of Arts was set u pin 1992, and progressed rapidly, gaining the rank of faculty in 1997. The nation’s youngest Faculty of Arts, it plays an important role in Northeast Hungary, providing education in humanities, social sciences and pedagogy.

Ambassador of India visits campus


His Excellency Rahul Chhabra, Ambassador of India to Hungary, visited the ME campus on 10 November. The main purpose of his visit was to meet with the 22 Indian students pursuing their studies at the University of Miskolc.

Dual programme centre in logistics


Prof. Béla Illés, director of the Institute of Logistics at ME, discussed establishment of a dual programme centre with István Herdon, president, CEO and founder of XANGA Investment & Development Group on 3 November in Debrecen, headquarters of the company. Mr. Herdon stated that he would be counting primarily on the Institute of Logistics at the University of Miskolc for establishing a dual programme centre.

Cuban Ambassador praises ME’s logistics programme in parliament


Prof. János Latorcai, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary, welcomed the Cuban Ambassador Julio César Cancio Ferrer in his office. Ambassador Ferrer completes over 50 years of diplomatic service to Cuba on November 10th and will return to Cuba. Prof. Béla Illés, director of the Institute of Logistics at the University of Miskolc and honorary professor of University "Marta Abreu" of Las Villas (Santa Clara, Cuba), was invited to this meeting.

Microsoft Imagine Academy


Up-to-date curricula and resources are available to both students and teachers in the areas of computer science, data sciences, IT infrastructure and office applications through Microsoft products and courses and qualifications offered by Microsoft Imagine Academy.

ME team wins automotive design contest for engineering students


This year’s Techtogether Automotive Hungary competition was won by the ME-Kart team of engineering students from the University of Miskolc. In addition to taking first place, the team also won several special awards at the competition, held during the Automotive Hungary Expo.


Vehicle Engineering and Vehicle Industry Conference to be...

11/17/16, 00:00

Miskolci Egyetem

The Vehicle Engineering and Vehicle Industry conference will be held at the University of Miskolc on 17 and 18 November 2016.

Innoversitas competition of new ideas

05/22/15, 12:00

Demola Centre, 1111 Budapest, Egry József u. 1.

The College of Advanced Studies for Management of Budapest Technical University will organize its INNOversitas competition of new ideas...

Classical opera following comedy: Rigoletto is next piece...

04/29/15, 19:00

Miskolc National Theatre

After laughing at the jokes in the play entitled Illatszertár (‘Perfumery’), it is time for us to enjoy something serious: the next (4th)...

Lecture on Chinese business etiquette (invitation)

04/29/15, 15:00

Room 117, Floor 1, Building A/1

As part of its annual programme, the Confucius Institute of the University of Miskolc presents a lecture entitled ‘Business etiquette...

Invitation to Dr Sándor Szakál’s habilitation lecture

04/24/15, 10:00

Lecture hall VII (Room 102-103, Floor 1, Building A/1)

The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering of the University of Miskolc hereby invites all interested to the habilitation lecture of Dr...

Somewhere on the borderline of poetry, standup, rap and...

04/22/15, 17:00

Central Library, University of Miskolc

You may meet Máté Bájer, László Barcsai and Kristóf Irlanda, representatives of slam poetry in Miskolc at 5 p.m. on 22 April, 2015...

history of the university

The predecessor of the University of Miskolc was the school of mining and metallurgy (Bergschule) established by Charles III in Selmecbánya in 1735, which was the world’s first higher education institution giving instruction in these fields (in Freiberg, courses were launched in 1765, in Berlin in 1770, and in St Petersburg in 1773). In 1762, Maria Theresia gave the school academy status (Bergakademie). From 1846, foresters were also trained in the institution. Later, the Selmec school served as a model for the establishment of European technical colleges. In 1794, Paris Technical University organised its laboratory trainings on the basis of the Selmec system. The world’s first international technical society, in which 14 countries were represented, was founded with the contribution of Selmec professors in Szklenó, not far from Selmecbánya. Between 1848 and 1850, instruction was suspended because during the Hungarian war of independence, the students enlisted in Kossuth’s army. Next