The institution becomes an independent higher educational institution under the name College of Dunaújváros. From 2003 communications and media program becomes available.
Bergschola is transformed to an academy under the name Academia Montanistica in 1761 with the aim of educating experts in mining and metallurgy both for Hungary and for the whole Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Establishment of Bergschola at Selmecbánya (Banská Štiavnica, currently situated in Slovakia), predecessor of the Academy of Selmecbánya. This date is considered as the foundation date of technical higher education in Hungary.
The Technicum of Metallurgy and Mechanical Engineering was brought to life in Dunaújváros in 1953, in order to supply the Danube Iron Works (Dunaferr Rt) with appropriate specialists.
The Faculty is renamed and expands its study range by economics, and in the following years by technical management, material engineering.
From the academic year 2006/2007, by starting Engineering Business Management BSc course, the College opens its gate to international students.