Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering
University of Miskolc
INTRAW – a project ended, an Observatory opened with Miskolc participation

After three years of intensive work, the international INTRAW project (International Raw Material Observatory) has been successfully closed. (more…)

Petroleum engineer? Gas engineer? SPE Miskolc Chapter is waiting for you

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is an international professional organization devoted to the support of petroleum engineers. (more…)

Our University Golddiggers – the Society of Economic Geologist Student Chapter

Even if you are BSc student you may become a member of a worldwide scientific organization. Come and look around at the geologists (more…)

Through the Miskolc gate into the International Federation of Mining and Metallurgy Students

IMMFS integrates mining and metallurgy students who follow the original mining traditions. It was founded in the Netherlands in 1967. (more…)

Earth Science Engineering Student Chapter for geophysicists and geologists

The European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) is a regional professional, not-for-profit association for geoscientists and engineers. (more…)

Featured Pages

The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering at the University of Miskolc reached a high level of acceptance and reputation. The faculty’s infrastructure was highly developed in the last decade and thanks to the good technology the students and lecturers participate in important international and national research projects. (more…)


The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering represents the widest field of earth sciences among the educational institute in Hungary. Many of our courses are unique in Hungary.

As a result of the significant investments and training supports the level of education in the Faculty of Earth Sciences and Engineering has outstanding infrastructural background even compared to international levels. The actual education profile of the faculty is described below. (more…)

Dean’s Welcome

In the following lines you can read the greeting words of Prof. Dr. Péter Szűcs – current Dean of Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering.