Judit Benczik
teacher of engineering, workshop leader
Textile Design BA
teacher of engineering
Fashion and Textile Design MA
teacher of engineering
Fashion workshop
workshop leader

Engineering teacher, manager of the TechPark Fashion Workshop. Judit teaches the Sewing Technique, Couture and Tailoring Technique courses at MOME CRAFT. She also teaches textile design courses at PreMOME, the TechPark’s kids’ camps. Between 2018 and 2022, she was a member of the ethics committee of the senate.

Fields of education
fashion materials
fashion education
fashion technology
fashion theory and technology


In 1984, Judit Benczik got a degree in light industry engineering from the erstwhile Technical College of Light Industry, followed by a degree as a clothing industry engineer-teacher from the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Her next degree was in pedagogy and teaching from the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Szeged, and she also obtained an adult education specialist qualification from the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. After college she worked as a model designer and production manager at various Hungarian fashion companies for 11 years. Between 1995 and 2016, she worked at the Fashion Model School in Budapest. As a technical lead, she was head of practical training, then, as an engineer-teacher she taught theoretical and practical clothing industry subjects. Later, as the head of practical education and as a general deputy headteacher for six years, she was responsible for managing and developing theoretical and practical training in clothing industry education and art education. She has been working at MOME since October 2016.
She teaches Textile programme students who specialise in fashion. In July 2018 she was appointed head of the TechPark Fashion Workshop. 
Between 2013 and 2020, she was a guest lecturer of the light industrial vocational teacher and engineer-teacher training at the Department of Technical Education of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where she taught subjects in specialised methodology. 
She joined the Hungarian Society of Textile Technology and Science 40 years ago, and has acted as an Executive Committee member since 2010. She is the andragogical leader of the association's trainings.
Since 2002, she has contributed to the development of educational resources upon invitation and through tenders. She is the co-author of a vocational training textbook on design and modelling. She participated in the development of numerous fashion technology professional training materials within the framework of TÁMOP (Social Renewal Operational Programme) projects as an expert.
In 2010, she was a panel member for the Hungarian Design Awards.
She gained professional experience in pedagogy and methodology under the multilateral Comenius and Erasmus+ programmes and the “Youth in Action” initiative. 
She was involved in organising and hosting the 6th edition of the European championship for young professionals, EuroSkills Budapest 2018, as a Workshop lead of the Fashion Design and Technology Category.
Since 2019, she has been chair of the competition committee of the Fashion Tailor category of national event Trade Star – Outstanding Student of a Trade.

Professional works

digital version of the course

Awards, recognition

Award for Outstanding Association Work, 2019

Textile Technical and Scientific Association

WorldSkills Europe, 2018

certificate of recognition and gold medal


Publication title
Professional Textbook, I. Benkő-J. Benczik (2002): Drawing for Women’s Dressmaking II. Műszaki Publishing House Bp.
Judit Benczik:Technology of basic garment components (in Hungarian)
Judit Benczik: Sewing technology basics (in Hungarian)


Member of the Management Committee

Member of the European
Network of
Higher Education Institutions
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Budapest, 1121