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Mineral Engineering and Metallurgy

The development of advanced electronics products and electric cars requires minerals and metals, another area under rapid development is fossil-free steel production.

The need for innovative engineers with process and chemical knowledge who can drive and develop products and processes for the future is therefore great. In the specialization where theory is interspersed with project work and practice, you get the tools you need to be able to participate and lead this work.

As an engineer in this area, you work, for example, with the extraction and recycling of minerals and metals, the recovery of by-products, minimization of emissions and energy use. The specialization has an international character through cooperation with various actors in Europe and the rest of the world. You get a broad base for work in, among other things, the metallurgy, mineral, mining and recycling industries.

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