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Full Degree Course MSc in Architecture

Ybl Miklós Faculty launched our Full Degree Course MSc in Architecture in English in the academic year 2019/2020.

Our MSc in Architecture is especially for bachelor graduates who want to advance their personal and professional development in the field of architectural design. The program leads to an Óbuda University degree, accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee and linked to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). The stringent quality criteria applied by the Accreditation Committee are based on European standards for higher education.


The MSc in Architecture at the Ybl faculty starts every year with the first semester in September. To commence your studies in September 2023 please submit your application from the 5th December 2023 to 31st May 2024.

The tuition fee at the full degree program MSc in Architecture in English is € 3200/semester for all international applicants.

The application for the MSc in Architecture at Ybl faculty is a two-stage process. The first selection is based on the application documents – about this you find all information at the Óbuda University webpage.

If you fullfil the admission criteria you will be invited to take part on an online interview by the faculty and will be also asked to send your professional protfolio by the time of the interview directly to the faculty. The portfolio should be 3-10 pages, max A3 format, pdf and include designs and drawings from your university time or after graduation. It should give us an insight in your architectural interests, design and visualisation skills and the focus of your BSc studies.

Contact and information

With further questions don't hesitate to contact our faculty team. In student and administrative matters Ms Judit Fekete, international coordinator, in institutional matters Ms Zsuzsa Fáczányi PhD, vice dean for research

Please visit the central page of the Óbuda University and be informed about the admission process, visa issues and the university's international goals.