About the City and Practical Issues

Academy venue, Accommodation

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME)

The Summer Academy is organised by the Hungarian Student Association of Energy (SAE) at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, which is one of the oldest technical universities in Europe. The venue of the academy (air-conditioned lecture rooms, computer labs) is provided by two departments of the BME:

Department of Electric Power Engineering

Department of Energy Engineering

If you want to read more about the BME, click HERE for a short description or please visit the webpage of the university.

Kármán Campus Hostel

The participants of the Summer Academy will be accommodated in the Kármán Campus Hostel, just a few steps away from the venue of the professional programmes, in the middle of the university district.

For more information and pictures about the Kármán Campus Hostel please click HERE.

Practical issues

Passport and visa

To enter Hungary for visa and passport requirements please refer the Hungarian consulate of your country or check THIS website.

For more information please click HERE.

Location - Budapest

The Summer Academy is organized in Budapest, which is the largest city of Hungary, and one of the largest cities in the European Union. It serves as the political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transportation centre of the country in a same time.

Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Its World Heritage Sites include the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue, and the Millennium Underground Railway, the first undergorund railway on the European continent.

If you want to read more about Budapest, please click HERE.

Travel information

Reach the venue

You can arrive to Budapest in many different ways (by plane, by train, by coach). HERE some information about how to reach the venue of the Summer Academy.

Public Transportation system

The public transportation system in Budapest is a favorite internal travel option for a number of Budapest visitors. The system is efficient, inexpensive and runs throughout all of the major tourist areas of Budapest. The system consists of a combination of the bus, trolley-bus, tram, metro, and train lines and is streamlined so that tickets for all of them can generally be purchased at the same locations. You can find more information about the public transportation of Budapest HERE.