Type: 
University of Technology
Region: 
Dolnośląskie
Programme: 
Environmental engineering
Area: 
Technological sciences
Level: 
Master's Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
Duration: 
3 semesters
Tuition fee: 
non EU/EFTA students 2000 EUR tuition fee per semester, EU/EFTA students no tuition fee
Degree awarded: 
Master
Scholarships available: 
Based on merit
Application deadline: 
Monday, 30 November, 2020
Language: 
EN
Day of semester start: 
Monday, 1 February, 2021
Credits (ECTS): 
90
Admission requirements: 

Requirements: Bachelor's Degree – Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering (any incl. Geology Engineering, Mining Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Energy Related Engineering Studies etc.). Each applications is assessed individually on its merits. If in doubt, please contact the Admission Officer.


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»» English: Equivalent of minimum TOEFL IBT – 87 points or 6.5 points IELTS. List of accepted language certificates can be checked online
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Description: 
Field of study: Mining and Geology
Specialization: Geotechnical and Environmental Engineering
 
This is a joint MSc program of WUST and University of Miskolc (Hungary) formatted as a structured student mobility. WUST students study two semesters in Wrocław (first and third semester) while the second semester is offered by University of Miskolc. Students apply for an Erasmus Plus grant for the mobility period. In the third semester students write and defend their Master's thesis at WUST. 
Graduate profile: An alumnus becomes a specialist in two fields: geotechnical and environmental engineering, which is a very unique profile. Besides that, a graduate will be able to apply in depth knowledge of basic sciences. The graduate will be able to manage and supervise teams, deal with high-risk situations and decisions. The graduate will be prepared to design technological processes, carry out research work, and work creatively.
 
SEMESTER 1 
» Theory and Practice in Geomechanics 
» Computer Aided Geological Modelling & Geostatistics 
» Project Management, Appraisal and Risk Evaluation 
» Engineering Geophysics 
» Integrated Analysis of Deformations in Geomechanical Engineering 
» Occupational Health and Safety 
» Environmental Chemistry
 
SEMESTER 2 
» Methods of Environmental Assessment 
» Waste Incineration and Air Quality Protection 
» Water and Wastewater Treatment 
» Environmental Geotechnics 
» Chemical Technologies in Environmental Protection 
» Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation
» Soil Chemistry 
» Numerical Methods and Optimisation 
» Quality Management 
» Basics of Waste Management 
» Environmental Geology 
» Foreign Languages 
 
SEMESTER 3 
» Mineral Processing Systems 
» Excavation Design in Open Pit Mining 
» Process Automation 
» Free Elective 
» Foreign Language 
» Diploma Seminar, Master's Thesis 
 
JOB PROSPECTS
The Mining Engineering graduate will be prepared to work for enterprises, engineering supervision bodies, state administration, design offices and research units, where in depth specialised knowledge of mining, geology and geoengineering is demanded.  

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