Masters | Postgraduate Course - Minerals Processing MSc Course Details within University of Exeter

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Course Fees
Tuition fees per year 2019/20 MSc fees UK/EU: £10,500 full-time; £5,250 part-time (where available) International: £23,700 full-time
Start Month(s)
September
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Minerals Processing MSc

Study Details

MSc 1 year full-time

The demand for minerals process engineering is continuously growing. In order for us to obtain minerals that are pivotal to society’s progression, without causing damage to our environment, we must manage mineral development and production in a responsible manner. These valuable minerals are used to feed innovation and create products ranging from roads to mobile phones – and as the ‘provider’ of materials for production, mineral process engineers play a vital role in societal progression.

Module details

Compulsory modules

  • CSMM430 Comminution, Physical Separation and Flotation 15
  • CSMM431 Extractive Metallurgy 15
  • CSMM432 Economics, Energy and Environment 15
  • CSMM433 Sampling Theory and Data Analysis 15
  • CSMM434 Process Mineralogy and Geometallurgy 15
  • CSMM435 Process Modelling, Design and Optimisation 15
  • CSMM436 Material handling, Dewatering and Waste Management 15
  • CSMM136 Project Management 15
  • CSMM118 Project and Dissertation 60

Entry Requirements

A good honours degree, normally above a 2:2, in a science, earth or environmental science, engineering or maths based subject, from a recognised university.

Programme Funding

We offer numerous scholarships to encourage exceptional students to apply for Masters programmes at the University of Exeter.

Student Destinations

The MSc in Minerals Processing will qualify graduates with both technical expertise and a solid understanding of the industry and business aspects; as well as additional complementary skills relating to communications, teamwork and problem solving.

CSM graduates have gone on to progress into higher level employment and management within the mining industry. Companies they have gone on to work for vary from Glencore, to Atlas and Vedanta Resources to First Quantum Minerals.