22.04.02 Metallurgy

Improvement and Optimization of Technological Processes for Non-Ferrous Metal Production

2 years

About the program

The master's program’s aim is improving and optimizing technologies for obtaining metals from ores, concentrates, technogenic raw materials, in order to improve the main technical, economic and environmental indicators.
The issues of new directions in technological processes of obtaining noble and light non-ferrous metals, improvement of metallurgical equipment are also considered; get acquainted with new trends in materials science, as well as with various methods of physical and chemical analysis and their practical application in metallurgy. Students do the practical training in research organizations of the metallurgical industry and industrial enterprises. The program is implemented on a full-time basis, the duration of course is 2 years.

Learning outcomes

  • Ability to engage in research, creative, design and innovation activities in the field of technological processes for obtaining metals (alloys)
  • Knowledge of modern methods of processing metal-containing ores and concentrates, as well as technogenic raw materials in order to extract valuable components

Career opportunities

Graduates work in research and industrial institutes of metallurgical specialized, at the largest industrial enterprises and in laboratories for product quality control and physical and chemical analyzes of raw materials and final metallurgical products; higher educational institutions, as well as in other divisions in related industries.


Program academic supervisor

Teaching staff

Professor: Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology named after V.V. Tuturina
Associate Professor: Department of Materials Science, Welding and Additive Technology

Fees and funding

194 200 ₽
Per year

Entrance exams

Applicants take a computer entrance exam in a specific subject in Russian.

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