Magyar oklevélmelléklet-minta

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT

This Diploma Supplement follows the model developed by the European Commission, Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES. The purpose of the supplement is to provide sufficient independent data to improve the international 'transparency' and fair academic and professional recognition of qualifications (diplomas, degrees, certificates etc.). It is designed to provide a description of the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies that were pursued and successfully completed by the individual named on the original qualification to which this supplement is appended. It should be free from any value judgement, equivalence statements or suggestions about the recognition. Information in all eight sections should be provided. Where information is not provided, an explanation should give the reason why.

1. INFORMATION IDENTIFYING THE HOLDER OF THE QUALIFICATION

1.1 Family name

Kovács

1.2 Given name

Attila

1.3 Date of birth

13 February 1971

1.4. Student ID No or code

145 IP3

2. INFORMATION IDENTIFYING THE QUALIFICATION

2.1 Name of qualification and (if applicable) title conferred (in original language)

okleveles építőmérnök

2.2 Main field(s) of study for the qualification

civil engineering

2.3 Name and status of awarding institution (in original language)

Budapesti Műszaki Egyetem (state university)

2.4 Name and status of institution (if different from 2.3) administering studies (in original language)

same as above

2.5 Language(s) of instruction/examination

Hungarian

3. INFORMATION ON THE LEVEL OF THE QUALIFICATION

3.1 Level of qualification

University graduate programme leading to egyetemi oklevél

3.2 Official length of programme

5 years, 140 academic plus 60 examination weeks, 25-30 contact hours plus 25-30 private study hours per week

3.3 Access requirement(s)

secondary school leaving certificate (after 12 years of study) (érettségi vizsga)

CERTIFICATION OF THE SUPPLEMENT

Date: Signature: Capacity: Official stamp or seal:

 

4. INFORMATION ON THE CONTENTS AND RESULTS GAINED

4.1 Mode of study

Full-time

4.2 Programme requirements

In order to receive a university degree, the student must demonstrate by means of a final exam that he/she possesses and is able to apply the knowledge necessary to his/her profession in all its inherent relationships and applications. The final exam consists of the completion and defence of the diploma thesis and a written or oral exam in 3 subjects. The programme (including the final exam) covers minimum 300 credits.

4.3 Programme details (e.g. modules or units studied), and the individual grades/marks/credits obtained (if this information is available on an official transcript this should be used here)

see attached transcript

4.4 Grading scheme and, if available, grade distribution guidance

see attached transcript

4.5 Overall classification of the qualification (in origional language)

közepes (satisfactory)

5. INFORMATION ON THE FUNCTION OF THE QUALIFICATION

5.1 Access to further study

access to doctoral (Ph.D.) studies in Hungary

5.2 Professional status (if applicable)

civil engineer (M.Sc.)

6. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

6.1 Additional information

After the 8th semester a one month practical training is compulsory

6.2 Further information sources

the Registrar, Technical University of Budapest, International Education Centre,

Phone: (361)-463-3548;

University Bulletin 1991-1992; website: http://www.bme.hu

CERTIFICATION OF THE SUPPLEMENT

Date: Signature: Capacity: Official stamp or seal:

8. INFORMATION ON THE NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

According to the Higher Education Law the requirement for admission to university or college graduate education is the Hungarian maturity certificate - a secondary school leaving certificate or an equivalent recognised certificate attesting the completion of secondary school education - or a degree obtained in higher education. The secondary school leaving certificate is awarded after 12 years of study which generally consists of 8 years primary education and 4 years secondary education. It must be noted that the division of the twelve years of study may vary. It may be divided into 6 years of primary education and 6 years of secondary education.

In earlier years entrance exams were general, but an increasing percentage of students are admitted to higher education institutions solely on the basis of secondary school results. Nevertheless, there are certain higher education programmes where students are admitted on the basis of selection. The higher education institutions may also link admission to additional criteria. In the latter case, the higher education institution must announce the admission criteria before their introduction (e.g. possessing foreign language examination certificate, previous specialised education or qualification, result of the maturity exam, etc.).

Government Decree determines the general and mandatory rules of the admission procedure (e.g. the date of application, the rules of transparency and legal redress, the organisational and procedural rules of evaluation). The higher education institutions themselves determine the number of students that may be admitted taking into account the financial commitment of the state on the basis of the statement of the Council of Higher Education and Science.

The Hungarian higher education system consists of universities and colleges (főiskola). (The latter are organised following the example of the German Fachhochschule). These can be state or non-state institutions recognised by the state. The legal status of universities and colleges is practically the same irrespective of whether it is a state or non-state higher education institution. All Hungarian higher education institutions are established or terminated by Parliament, in the light of the opinion of the Hungarian Accreditation Committee.

Hungarian universities and colleges grant degrees following the binary pattern. Part of the university and college structure is specialised: the former classic European university structure was broken up into graduate schools for groups of professions (medical, agricultural, economic and technical universities) early in the 1950s. As a result of which colleges were also organised around such specialisation. Universities may offer both university and college level education.

Hungarian higher education institutions are autonomous. The autonomy is granted by the Higher Education Law. Since 1 September 1993 all higher education institutions (with the exception of police and military institutions) have been supervised from the legal point of view by the Minister of Culture and Education. The majority of the higher education institutions in Hungary are state-run, however, the number of church-run (mainly in the field of theology) and private institutions recognised by the state is also considerable. Since 1 September 1996 a new form of higher learning has been introduced by the Amendment to the 1993 Higher Education Law. This new form is the higher vocational education which is integrated into the system of higher education and as such it is also accredited.

Beyond both university and college graduate education specialised degrees may be obtained. Specialised degrees obtained following university education may be academic degrees (e.g. Ph.D.) or non-academic degrees of further specialisation. The condition for applying for post-graduate education is a university or college degree or diploma obtained in a higher education institution as specified by the admitting higher education institution. In the case of doctoral studies, the condition for admission is a university degree or equivalent. The higher education institution may also link admission to additional criteria (e.g. employment, specific job, and professional experience of a specified period). These must be announced at least two years before their introduction.

 

Educational System in Hungary

LSE· : Lower Secondary Examination

A: Special school for challenged/dropped out pupils

B: Pilot phase

 

Transcript of Academic Record

This is hereby to certify that

Name: KOVÁCS, ATTILA Citizenship: Hungarian ID. Number: 145IP3

Date and place of birth: 13 February 1971 Letenye, Hungary Mother's name: Juhász Klára was a full-time student of the Technical University of Budapest at the Faculty of Civil Engineering in the Master of Science programme from the academic year 1989/90 to the academic year 1994/95.

Code

Subject

Credit points

Class hours

Lab hours

Term mark

Exam mark

1st Semester

FALL 1989

BMEEOMA 1006

Mathematics I.

7

4

2

 

4

BMEEOTM 1010

Mathematics I. (Statics)

6

2

4

 

3

BMEEOIL 1031

Programming

4

2

2

 

4

BMETE 941975

Descriptive Geometry

5

2

2

 

4

BMEEOEA 1034

Chemistry in Civil Engineering

2

2

0

3

 

BMETT 301051

Economics

2

3

0

 

3

BMEEOVS 1020

Ecology

3

3

0

4

 

BMEEPRA 1003

Freehand Drawing

1

0

2

5

 
   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.70 (Good)

             

2nd Semester

SPRING 1990

BMEEOMA 1007

Mathematics II.

7

4

2

 

4

BMEEOTM 1011

Mechanics II.

5

2

3

 

3

BMEEOIL 1032

Informatics

2

1

2

4

 

BMETT 131014

Physics and Electrotechnics

4

3

1

 

3

BMEEOAG 1018

Surveying I.

4

2

2

2

 

BMEEOMG 1015

Geology and Rock Mechanics

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOEA 1016

Building Materials I.

4

2

1

4

 
   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.30 (Satisfactory)

             

3rd Semester

FALL 1990

BMEEOMA 2008

Mathematics III.

6

4

2

 

4

BMEEOTM 2012

Mechanics III.

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOIL 1081

Informatics Practice

1

1

0

3

 

BMEGT 421704

Law

2

2

0

2

 

BMEEOAG 2019

Surveying II.

4

2

2

 

4

BMEEOVE 2022

Fluid Mechanics

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOEA 2017

Building Materials II.

3

2

2

 

2

BMEEOME 2024

Building Construction I.

4

2

2

3

 

BMETT 419733

Philosophy

2

2

0

 

3

   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.17 (Satisfactory)

 

           

Code

Subject

Credit points

Class hours

Lab hours

Term mark

Exam mark

4th Semester

SPRING 1991

BMEEOMA 2009

Mathematics IV.

4

2

2

4

 

BMEEOTM 2098

Maths Comprehensive Exam

0

0

0

 

3

BMEEOTM 2013

Mechanics IV. (Dynamics)

4

1

2

3

 

BMEEOTM 2099

Mech. Comprehensive Exam

0

0

0

 

3

BMEEOGT 2021

Geotechnics

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOVG 2027

Hydrology

3

2

1

 

2

BMEEOVE 2028

Hydraulic Engineering

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOVA 2023

Traffic Engineering

2

2

0

3

 

BMEEOME 2025

Building Construction II.

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOVG 2086

Hydrology Field Crs. (3days)

1

0

0

3

 

BMEEOAG 2082

Hydrology Field Crs. (9days)

2

0

0

4

 

BMEGT 419701

Aesthetics

2

2

0

 

5

   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.23 (Satisfactory)

             

5th Semester

FALL 1992

BMEEOVG 3034

Water Management

4

3

1

 

4

BMEEOUF 3030

Highway Engineering

6

4

1

 

3

BMEEPUI 3048

Town Planning

2

2

0

5

 

BMEEOGT 2026

Geotechnics

4

2

2

 

4

BMEEOTM 3035

Structural Analysis I.

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOAC 3037

Steel Structures I.

3

2

1

3

 

BMEEOVB 3039

Reinforced Concrete Struct.

4

2

2

 

3

BMEEOME 3033

Design of Dwelling Houses

2

0

2

3

 

BMEEOVE 3087

Hydr.Engin. Lab. Crs. (2days)

1

0

0

5

 
   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.47 (Satisfactory)

             

6th Semester

SPRING 1993

BMEEOVA 3032

Railway Construction

6

4

1

 

3

BMEEOGT 3041

Foundation Engineering

6

3

2

 

4

BMEEOTM 3036

Structural Analysis

4

1

2

 

3

BMEEOAC 3038

Steel Structures II.

4

3

0

 

3

BMEEOVB 3040

Reinf.Concr.and Timber Struct.

5

2

2

 

3

BMEEOME 3042

Engineering Structures

2

0

2

4

 

BMEEOVA 3083

Road & Railway Field Crs. 3dys

1

0

0

3

 

BMEEOAC 3084

Testing of Structs. (steel) (4dys)

1

0

0

2

 

BMEEOVB 3085

Testing of Strs. (reinf.c.) (4dys)

1

0

0

3

 
   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.23 (Satisfactory)

 

           
             

Code

Subject

Credit points

Class hours

Lab hours

Term mark

Exam mark

7th Semester

FALL 1993

BMEEOAG 4034

Public Utilities

5

3

1

 

2

BMEEOAG 4036

Geoinformatics

3

2

1

4

 

BMEEOVB 3046

Bridges

3

2

2

 

3

BMEEOME 3047

Indust. & Agricult. Buildings

5

2

2

 

4

BMEEPEK 3049

Building Management

3

1

2

3

 

BMEEOTM 4071

Theory of Structures

5

2

2

 

3

BMEGT 419720

Film and Society

2

2

0

 

4

BMEGT 419059

Logic

2

2

0

 

5

BMEGT 309905

Marketing

2

2

0

 

4

   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.37 (Satisfactory)

             

8th Semester

SPRING 1994

BMEEPEK 3053

Management

2

2

0

 

3

BMEEPEK 3050

Building Management II.

3

1

2

 

2

BMEEOAC 4013

Stability of Steel Structures

5

3

1

 

4

BMEEOVB 4105

Reinforced Concrete Buildings

5

3

1

4

 

BMEEOTM 4073

Finite Element Method

5

2

2

4

 

BMEEOGT 4056

Underground Structures

5

2

2

3

 

BMEGT 526368

Psychology

3

2

0

 

5

BMEGT 204511

Technology as Social Problem

2

2

0

 

4

   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.67 (Good)

             

9th Semester

FALL 1994

BMEEOAC 4011

Steel CAD

3

2

0

 

5

BMEEOAC 4014

Welding

2

1

1

5

 

BMEEOAC 5003

Design Theory of Steel Struct.

3

2

1

 

2

BMEEOGT 5014

Numerical Methds in Geotech.

2

2

0

 

3

BMEEOIL 5025

Informatic Networks

2

2

0

 

4

BMEEOIL 5028

Graphic Methods

2

2

0

3

 

BMEEOME 5030

Building Physics

2

2

0

2

 

BMEEOME 5031

Building Reconstruction

2

2

0

4

 

BMEEOTM 5036

Numeric Methods

4

3

0

 

3

BMEEOTM 5038

Structural Optimisation

4

2

0

 

4

BMEEOTM 5039

Fracture Mechanics

2

2

0

 

3

BMEEOVB 5053

Shell Structures

2

2

0

2

 
   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.27 (Satisfactory)

             

 

 

           

Code

Subject

Credit points

Class hours

Lab hours

Term mark

Exam mark

10th Semester

SPRING 1995

BMEEOACDIPL

Diploma Project

30

0

26

2

 
   

Creditpoints: 30 (thirty)

   

Weighted grade Point Average: 3.00 (Satisfactory)

   

Key to marks:

5 = Excellent; 4 = Good; 3 = Satisfactory; 2 = Pass; 1 = Fail

 

 

 

 

 

   

Grading scheme, grade translation and grade distribution guidance:

 

Grading in a given subject is done on a five point scale:

5 - jeles / Excellent

 

4 - jó / Good

 

3 - közepes / Satisfactory

 

2 - elégséges / Pass

 

1 - elégtelen / Fail

An excellent (5) grade is assigned to the student who thoroughly knows the entire subject matter in all of its inherent relationships and is able to independently apply his/her knowledge with absolute certainty.

A good (4) grade is assigned to the student who thoroughly knows the entire subject matter of the course and can safely apply its content.

A satisfactory (3) grade is assigned to the student who knows the significant portions of the subject matter of the course and is able to apply them with suitable safety.

A pass (2) grade is assigned to the student who knows the significant parts of the course on a satisfactory level and is able to demonstrate an acceptable level of familiarity in the application of the content of the course.

A fail (1) grade is assigned to the student who does not command sufficient knowledge and demonstrate skill an applying the practices of his/her chosen field.