The project aims to fill this gap by developing a market study to define the professional profiles needed by industry and a feasibility study to assess how an MSc program of this nature should be. With the results of all this, the project will then focus on the design and development of completely new EIT-Label 120 ECTS MSc programme that professional from different areas will be able to follow.
This industry-driven project is developed by a consortium of universities, leading industry partners and research centers. It will lead to the definition and setting up of a multidisciplinary MSc program aimed to create a new generation of technologists by complementing their deep technical knowledge and skills in raw materials disciplines with a sound knowledge in latest technologies and with the ability to integrate innovations and new technologies into feasible business solutions in the primary sector of raw materials.
|Members||– Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas M.P.
– Atlantic Copper S.L.U.
– Geologian Tutkimuskeskus
– Lappeenranta University of Technology
– Metso Minerals Oy
– Outotec Oy
– Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
– Suomen Malmijalostus Oy
– Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
|Budget||940 000 Euro|
|Funding||EiT Raw Materials Academy|