Mining Engineering from University of New South Wales is designed for mining engineering graduates and minerals industry professionals who want to continue their professional development. In this degree you’ll learn the fundamentals of mining engineering, mining processes, systems and analysis, and risk and safety management, as well as undertaking a research project in the mining industry. Building on your four-year undergraduate degree in mining engineering or a related discipline you’ll develop the advanced knowledge for a successful career in mining engineering.
Mining and Resource Law
Environmental Management for the Mining Industry
Technology Management in Mining
Mine Design and Feasibility
Drilling, Blasting and Machine Excavation
Geotechnical Data Collection and Analysis
- 21 months
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DisciplinesMaterials Science & Engineering General Engineering & Technology Mining, Oil & Gas View 40 other Masters in Materials Science & Engineering in Australia
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
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- CRICOS Code 084284K
- Entry requires a 4 year (Honours) degree in Mining Engineering or a cognate discipline from a recognised institution, or satisfying the requirements of the UNSW Graduate Diploma in Mining Engineering (MINE5040FS and from 2015: MINE5335) with a minimum 70% average and no course fails. The UNSW School of Mining Engineering defines a cognate discipline as Engineering Geology, Civil Engineering or Geotechnical Engineering. Performance that is equivalent to Honours (I or II Division 1) is required over the final two (2) years of the degree. Professional experience in the mining industry will be highly regarded.
- English language requirements
International49240 AUD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 49240 AUD per year during 21 months.
National36480 AUD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 36480 AUD per year during 21 months.
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