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Summer School on Construction and Maintenance of Nuclear Power Plants

Tuition fee €1,550 one-time

This includes:

  • All tuition, including lectures, seminars, and tutorials.
  • Assessment, transcript of academic performance, and certificate.
  • Accommodation at the student hostel of the University
  • Breakfast and lunch during the summer course
  • Social activities, including two excursions to the Hungarian countryside

Registration fee €100 one-time

Registration fee is non-refundable
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The most significant strategic challenges of the 21st century are the provision of healthy food, clean drinking water and sustainable energy supply. In order to overcome these challenges, a significant structural and paradigm shift must occur in energy in the coming decades, which includes energy efficiency measures covering the entire supply and consumption chain, increasing the proportion of electricity production with low CO2 intensity – primarily based on renewable energy sources, renewable and spreading alternative heat production and increasing the share of low CO2-emitting modes of transport.

This summer school course introduces students to the basics of safe nuclear energy, such as the types of nuclear power plants and their construction, the main operating processes, and material testing methods that qualify the safe operation of the main units. In addition to expanding their theoretical knowledge, students participating in the course receive practical tasks from individual material tests, visit an operating nuclear power plant and its training base, as well as enlarge their knowledge concerning the integrity of nuclear power plants.

Target group

This course suits students from the field of mechanical engineering and material engineering, especially those with a special nuclear knowledge.

Course aim
After studying this course, you will:

*develop knowledge and understanding of operation of Nuclear Power Plants (NPP), including each unit;
*get on overview of production technologies of reactor vessel, focused on casting, plastic *deformation processes and heat treatment of reactor steels;
*be introduced to destructive and non-destructive material testing for reactor vessel qualification
earn practical experience in an operating nuclear power plant (Paks I NPP)

Apply now! Academic year 2024/25
Application period has ended
Studies commence
22 Jul 2024
Apply now! Academic year 2024/25
Application period has ended
Studies commence
22 Jul 2024