Óbuda U Partners With Samsung SDI on EV Battery Course

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Budapest's Óbuda University on Tuesday announced the launch of a course in EV battery manufacturing with the cooperation of Samsung SDI, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

The course, in English, is called "Manufacturing of automotive Li-ion batteries" and started in the spring semester.

According to the report, enrollment is open to students in Óbuda University's mechanical engineering program but will be expanded to electrical engineering students in the fall semester.

Samsung SDI will offer internships to participants at its battery plant on the outskirts of Budapest.

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