Students will be trained in a diversity of fields. The main focus lies on gaining in-depth knowledge in exploration, production, conveying and the processing of raw materials. In addition, students will gain practice from outside the main subject such as interpersonal skills.The combination of different disciplines guarantees a complete preparation for the graduate’s future professional development as a mining engineer. The student will achieve competence from both university and internships and then be able to cope with functions in leadership and engineering practice, also working interdisciplinary and considering sustainability.
Applicants should have a bachelor's degree with a major in Mining Engineering, Energy and Raw Material Supply, or equivalent. Applicants from non-anglophone countries should provide proof of English proficiency. Application deadline for non-EU students is July 15 and February 15.