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Nobel Laureates: Dénes Gábor (1971 Nobel Prize in Physics), George Oláh (1994 Nobel Prize in Chemistry), Wigner Jenő (1963 Nobel Prize in Physics), Fülöp von Lénárd (1905 Nobel Prize in Physics)
BME takes the 254th place among the world’s top 400 universities for engineering and technology, being the only university from Hungary that is listed in Quacquarelli Symonds ranking.
The Hungarian team of BME engineering-informatics students returned from the most prestigious professional competition with the gold medal and ‘Best of Nation’ award.
About the university
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics, founded in 1782, is one of the largest higher educational institutions in engineering in Central Europe. The university holds an international reputation for excellence in engineering education and it attracts professors and students from all over the world.
More than 110 departments and institutes operate within the structure of eight faculties. The Budapest University of Technology and Economics issues about 70% of Hungary's engineering degrees.
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