Agricultural Engineering BSc

BSc in Agricultural Engineering – Széchenyi István University, Győr Hungary

About the course

The BSc in Agriculture is designed to obtain the knowledge necessary for being able to act successfully at different areas of agriculture with special regard to plant production, animal breeding and environmental aspects related to agriculture. The training starts with high emphasis on basic sciences, especially on chemistry, plant and animal physiology, physics and mathematics. The technical aspects of agriculture are important parts of the curriculum which includes the fundamentals of precision agriculture as well. From the 3rd semester animal breeding and crop production will be the leading areas of the training including all the related sciences that are necessary for acting as a qualified agronomist.

We put a special emphasis on environmental aspects and on the application of environmentally sound technologies which results not only in less environmental load, but also in a more economical way of production.

Throughout your stay at Széchenyi István University, which is the largest university in West-Hungary, with 13 000 students, as a student of Agronomy, you will have a personal academic tutor to guide you through your studies and to meet your individual goals and interests.

The course includes a full semester of practical training covering the most important target areas.

Areas of Study

Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Plant physiology, Anatomy and animal physiology, Soil sciences, Soil cultivation and management, Biosystems engineering, Animal nutrition, Animal breeding and husbandry, Plant breeding, Crop production, Horticulture, Pest management, Plant protection, Environment and land use, Product quality and quality assurance, Sectoral economy, Management, Marketing, Organic farming, Project management, Extension in agriculture.

Entry qualification

Secondary school graduation

Course length

Three year full-time taught programme plus dissertation.

Credits: 180+30

Learning and assessment

Learning is through lectures, tutorials, seminar groups, practical sessions, research projects and self-directed study. Assessment is via oral and written examinations and a diploma work.


Ideal for those who want to be involved in the activity of a family farm, want to launch an enterprise of their own, want to work as employees at an agricultural company, those who want to specialize only later, and for those who want to continue their training in MSc studies.

Notation to the chart of courses













Name of the course

Weekly lectures

weekly seminars

weekly laboratories

Type of assessment

credit points


Type of assessments:


evaluation is based on the student’s performance and work during the semester


evaluation is based on the student’s report at the of the semester in a 5-grade system (excellent(5) – good (4) – satisfactory (3) – passed (2) – fail (1))


evaluation is based on the student’s report at the of the semester in a 3-grade system (excellent competed – completed – not completed)


evaluation is based on the student’s taken exam in a 5-grade system (excellent(5) – good (4) – satisfactory (3) – passed (2) – fail (1))

Optional subjects:

A tanulmányok végéig a csoportból elvégzendő kreditek száma…........ points should be passed in this group till the end of the study programme.

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Oktatásszervezés Eseménynaptára

Nyugdíjas Egyetem 5. előadás 2019. május 20. 10:00 - 11:00
Szenátusi Ülés 2019. május 27. 14:00 - 15:00