Our students’ comfort will be assured by 40 double bedrooms with their own separate bathrooms. Both floors of the dormitory have a shared kitchen and a common laundry room, that students are free to use. There is a spacious lounge as well in common use. Internet access is provided per room.
This academic year, applications for dormitory placement can be submitted through the Neptun system. After logging in to Neptun, you can submit your application by selecting the Applications option under the Administration menu item
Our international students should contact our colleagues about the details of the dormitory move-in process.
The Innovation Center conducts research across five main fields, each represented by a separate hub.
Material Research Hub
Interdisciplinary research group focusing on tangible technology, dynamic surfaces, biomaterials, electronic textiles, and soft robotics. They develop prototypes, research fabrication methodologies, and create new materials.
Data Storytelling Hub
Data collection is a daily practice in the 21st century but the stories behind the data are rarely unveiled. Data storytelling helps with interactive tools and narrative methods to show patterns that can help us make decisions.
Sustainable Industry Hub
Utilizing traditional ecological knowledge, state-of-the-art technologies, and human ingenuity and intuition, we explore ways in which industry could do more with less, and serve not only the economy but also ecologies.
Interaction & Immersion Hub
In the Interaction and Immersion Hub, we are looking at the design gaps of the Metaverse-like environments and we strive to create such prototypes that can have a beneficial effect on our mental health and also our daily life.
Social Design Hub
Developing and supporting practice-based design research in order to seek opportunities for a more sustainable lifestyle and economy.
Our goal is to develop entrepreneurial skills, improve self-confidence, and help transform innovative ideas into more developed business concepts. We have integrated our strengths in nurturing young talent into a design-driven incubation program.
MOME has set an ambitious goal to be the leading creative industry and innovation hub in Central and Eastern Europe by 2030. To complement the university’s efforts to achieve this goal, we’ve launched a design-driven incubation program to aid young innovators, researchers, and aspiring entrepreneurs in Hungary.
Anyone may apply to participate in our incubation program, regardless of one’s age, educational background, discipline, industry, or field of study. We aim to have an interdisciplinary group of participants, and preference is given to those projects that are impact-focused, connected to well-being, or otherwise aligned with MOME’s areas of expertise or research fields.
MOME Technology Park (TechPark) - with 25 workshops and studios - is providing the Technology, equipment, workshops, and applied mastery necessary for academic education. A place where students can experiment, experience, and bring their ideas to life with support and mentoring from Techpark experts.
TechPark is composed of workshops/laboratories/studios independent of the education faculty departments overseen by TechPark management - operating and aligned by constant consultation with faculty departments in regard to professional training and developmental issues.
TechPark has been working as a technology service center, providing expertise, construction capacity, and infrastructure access for the Academy and IK (IC), and additionally to external customers (film production, sound recording, events, courses, camps, etc.).
Workshops/laboratories/studios are fully open and accessible to all students, depending on the acquisition of necessary skills and privileges, subject to teaching and research priorities and capacities. (use/rental of equipment and rooms).
Workshops and Studios
The lab provides students with the opportunity to mix and cast various kinds of concrete. Equipment includes: •
- Small mixer
- 50 L mixer
- Vibrotable Potential hazards
Staying in the workshop without an instructor is prohibited. Using the equipment is possible after accident-prevention training and induction.
In addition to performing assignments from the Garment Accessory Design Specialisation of the Textile Design Programme, leather craft, as well as a shoe and hat-making technologies are also taught. It is a modeling workshop with state-of-the-art equipment that also interacts with other workshops (Modelling, Metal, 3D Printer, Laser Cutting). In addition to raw materials made of natural leather, this workshop also deals with textiles, films, and other alternative materials.
Digital object creation lab
The lab introduces modern technology into the world of object creation. Technologies in the workshop include Laser cutting, Engraving, 3D printing, 3D scanning, Vinyl film cutting (plotter cutting), ceramic decal printing, and Prototyping. There are four computers available to students. Kindly take into consideration that printing may last up to 10–20 hours, so please find out any necessary information in time. Please bring your 3D models in .stl format.