European Mining, Minerals and Environmental Programme (EMMEP) is a two-year (120 cr) Master's degree programme organized jointly by three European universities. The programme educates new talent, future managers and leaders for the European and worldwide minerals industry.
EMMEP is taught at three leading research universities in Europe and offers for its graduates a triple MSc degree. Aalto University School of Engineering and School of Chemical Engineering provide courses for the programme's major European Mining Course (EMC). EMC studies take place in the following institutions:
- Aalto University, Finland (first semester)
- RWTH Aachen, Germany (second semester)
- TU Delft, the Netherlands (third semester)
EMMEP students study together in three different European countries and universities for the first three semesters of the programme. All students follow the same mobility programme. During the final semester of the programme students do their MSc thesis at one of the three universities. Joining the programme is an excellent opportunity to study abroad, meet and network with students all over the world, visit companies, and of course see a lot of Europe!
TU Delft coordinates the programme as well as the student admissions to the programme. Please, see more information about the programme: http://www.emmep.org/
Also, please have a look at the European Mining Course video: