Five institutions participate in the EGPR course.
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
The university was established in 1782. More than 110 departments and institutes operate within the structure of eight faculties.
Budapest University of Technology and Economics joined EGPR in 2009, with involvement from its Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The departments of the faculty work in cooperation with more than 80 other universities and research institutes from around the world - cooperation that is evident in international research projects, conferences and publications. The faculty's research serves both technological development and the training of engineers.
Professor Károly Váradi
A: H-1111, Budapest, MÅegyetem rakpart 1-3, Hungary
T: +36 1 463 35 07
City, University of London
City, University of London (City) is a global institute committed to academic excellence, with a focus on business and the professions. City attracts over 17,000 students from more than 150 countries and academic staff from over 50 countries. Its history dates back to 1894, and was granted university status in 1966.
City joined the EGPR course in 2005, with involvement led by the School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering.
Professor Ahmed Kovacevic
A: Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB, United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)20 7040 8780
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
The university was founded in 1853. Today, its students and staff come from more than 120 countries.
The university's Laboratory for Computer-aided Design and Production was a co-founder of the EGPR course in 2002.
Dr Ian Stroud
A: Route Cantonale, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
T: +41 21 693 2949
University of Ljubljana
Founded in 1919 on the basis of centuries of educational tradition, University of Ljubljana remained the only Slovenian university for half a century. The university's Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is one of the constituting EGPR partners. The faculty's vision is to become the premier teaching and research faculty for mechanical engineering in Slovenia and southeast Europe, maintaining the highest educational and professional standards.
Professor Joze Duhovnik
A: Kongresni trg 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
T: +386 1 477 1 416
The University of Zagreb
Founded in 1669, this is the oldest (and biggest) university in southeast Europe. Ever since its foundation, the university has been continually growing and developing, and now comprises 29 faculties, three art academies and the Centre for Croatian Studies.
The University of Zagreb's Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture has been involved in EGPR since 2003.
Professor Dorian Marjanovic
A: HR-10002 Zagreb, Croatia
T: +385 1 6168 432