YOU'RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE IF...

> you want to have profitable, marketable skills

> you feel there is room for improvement in your company but don't know how to get started

> you’d harness the unique Japanese vision in the private and corporate spheres

> you'd learn about the possibilities of process development and the tools of lean manufacturing and service

> you want to improve yourself, your attitude and your company

Why choose BME's lean training

Recognised institution, well-established training

The Budapest University of Technology and Economics first launched its lean process development training in 2014. In recent years, thanks to continuous improvement, we now offer our students what is probably the best and most mature university lean process development specialist/engineer training in the country.

Professionally recognised trainers

Our trainers are heavily involved in service and manufacturing projects, and the experience gained from these projects is continuously incorporated into training. Returning from the world of work a few years later, our graduates will also share their knowledge.

Training in practice

Case studies of real-life problems, group lessons and homework, traditional exercises and factory visits help you to understand and master the theoretical foundations and professional skills.

E-learning system

A modern e-Learning system (Moodle) and constantly expanding electronic materials help you to prepare and take your exams. The entire course is also prepared for distance learning.

Briefly about the training...

…starting

17 September 2021.

...length

2 semesters (1 academic year)

...system

part-time, correspondence, in student status

...total number of hours

240 hours

...credit number

2 x 30 credits

...when

usually every two weeks on Fridays from 12 noon to Saturday at 5.30 pm

...location

BME classrooms and laboratories, external practice sites

...fee

330.000 HUF/half year

Application deadline is 15 August 2021.

You can apply by filling in an electronic form on the website of the University's Central Academic Office.You will need to upload a copy of your previous degree.

For more information and application details, please visit the BME KJK Technical Training Centre

Program roadmap

Results of BME lean training and students*

in numbers…

0
Number of teaching hours
0
Graduated students
Service sector
Production sector
General topics, other

Some key areas within the service sector...

Lean szakdolgozat területek

2018

service sector

Improving the Takarék Personal Loan process from application to disbursement

2019

production sector

Exploration and development of intralogistics processes serving a production line at a bicycle manufacturing company

2019

service sector

Pharmacy customer service process, ways to reduce waiting time

2018

production sector

Increasing the productivity of a machine that assembles laboratory equipment and performs laser coding

* These figures do not yet include the number of hours and students currently enrolled in ongoing courses

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Our educators

Dr Ágota Kun
senior lecturer
Bereczki GáborGábor Bereczki
lean consultant
Ágnes Patonai
senior consultant
Gábor Mischinger
ergonomics engineer
dr. Katalin Gerákné Krasz
senior lecturer
Aniko Uj
business coach
András Bakos
assistant lecturer
Dr Krisztián Bóna
associate professor
Marcell Bertalan
assistant lecturer
Dr Gábor Kovács
senior lecturer
Dr Mária Koch
visiting lecturer
Zoltán Nagy
master lecturer
Szabóné Vozár KatalinKatalin Szabóné Vozár
lean consultant
Sztrapkovics BalázsDr Balázs Sztrapkovics
senior lecturer
Tihanyi Sándor

Sándor Tihanyi
visiting lecturer