BME launches tender for urbanism master course
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), in cooperation with the Hungarian Society for Urban Planning (MUT) and the Local Government of Budapest’s District 18, announced a tender for an urbanism master course for students interested in urban planning, a press release revealed today.
According to the announcement, the organizers of the tender invite groups of university students, with a maximum number of four and a minimum of three students per group. Applicants must be communications, architecture, engineering, geography, urban system engineering, sociology or economics majors.
The winners will receive HUF 300,000, the second place will be awarded HUF 200,000, while the third group will receive HUF 100,000.
MUT awaits tenders, prior to the tender’s official opening on June 8, at email@example.com. For further information please visit the website.
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