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The MSc in European Minerals Engineering is designed to provide advanced specialised training for engineering graduates, leading to excellent employment opportunities in the primary and secondary materials industry. Taught modules are presented over two semesters at four different universities, of which one is Exeter and three are in mainland Europe. There are five places available, each of which is sponsored by a major mining company. Programme structure Total credits required: 180 Modules All modules are compulsory and vary between 4 and 15 credits, apart from the Dissertation which is 60 credits. Advanced Mineral Processing Computer Modelling and Simulation Data Analysis and Sampling Dissertation Hydrometallurgy Industrial Minerals Instrumentation and Control Mineral Economics Mineral Processing Design Process Automation Process Design II Production Planning and Control Pyrometallurgy Recycling Recycling Metallurgy WEEE Recycling Assessment Written examinations take place throughout the two taught semesters. Project work undertaken during the summer culminates in a 20,000-word dissertation. Funding The programme is supported by the extractive industry who cover the cost of accommodation abroad and sometimes provide bursaries. UKEU applicants can apply for Erasmus travel grants.

The MSc in European Minerals Engineering is designed to provide advanced specialised training for engineering graduates, leading to excellent employment opportunities in the primary and secondary materials industry. Taught modules are presented over two semesters at four different universities, of which one is Exeter and three are in mainland Europe. There are five places available, each of...

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