Smart partnership for higher education: European Mineral Masters Engineering Course

Judyta Hawrysz, Hans De Ruiter


The European Mineral Masters Engineering Course (EMMEC) is a modern and attractive form of higher education on the European level, which addresses students of the three following disciplines: mining, minerals engineering and geotechnical/environmental engineering. This educational program came into existence only recently but the University and Industry Network it is based on, has been built over the past nine years. At present the EMMEC involves directly nine universities located in seven European countries. It is coordinated by the Federation of European Minerals Programs (FEMP) which also associates universities from third countries and 25 companies. The EMMEC has applied for recognition under the newly launched EU program «Erasmus Mundus» which aims to support European top-quality Masters Courses and enhance the attractiveness of European higher education in third countries.

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