Masters | Postgraduate Course - Minerals Processing (Professional) by Blended learning MSc, PG Cert Course Details within University of Exeter

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Course Fees
Tuition fees per year 2019/20 TBC
Start Month(s)
January
Contact Name
Postgraduate Admissions Team
Minerals Processing (Professional) by Blended learning MSc, PG Cert

Study Details

MSc 3 years part-time by blended learning

The MSc/PG Cert Minerals Processing (Professional) qualification is part of the suite of mining programmes available at Camborne School of Mines. It is aimed at working professionals looking to gain a deeper understanding of minerals processing and how this fits into the wider mining life cycle.

The programme is designed to give each participant an insight into every part of mineral processing, from discovery, design, and recovery through to reclamation. It will enable you to gain a clearer understanding of the processes in place to ensure we manage mineral development and production in a responsible manner.

The first year comprises a flexible, industry-relevant immersion into mineral processing, which is then followed by more detailed studies in the second and third year.

Module details

Year 1 modules

Compulsory modules

  • CSMM177 Discovery 15
  • CSMM178 Design 15
  • CSMM179 Recovery 15
  • CSMM180 Impact 15

Year 2 modules
Compulsory modules

  • CSMM437 Mineral Process Design and Modelling 30
  • CSMM438 Principles of Minerals Process Engineering 30

Year 3 modules
Compulsory modules

  • CSMM183 Business Skills 15
  • CSMM184 Business Impact Research Project 45

Entry Requirements

Open to all mineral processing professionals with a relevant degree or with relevant technical experience. Please contact us before making an online application if you do not hold a degree so we can advise on the additional information required.

Programme Funding

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

Student Destinations

Mines need talented individuals to make the right decisions in a dynamic, safety-critical, and technologically advanced working environment.

Our curriculum and teaching methods are aligned to modern mining industry issues and we enjoy close relationships with local, national and international minerals businesses.

The course has been designed to meet the needs of industry staff, mining companies, regulators and professional associations. The teaching approach, technical content and assessments reflect the professional and industry context of the course participants.