B.Sc. Metallurgy and Metal Forming
6 Semesters (3 Years)
Beginning of Program
In the content of this course of studies, the production of metallic materials from ores using metallurgical procedures as well as their refinement, e.g. in steel plants and the further processing through continuous casting and forming are in the foreground. To this belong, besides the technologies used for steel production and processing, the NE-metals technologies. On the other hand a focus is placed on the forming production processes of the primary and secondary forming including their processing. This includes both hot and cold forming methods of the iron and steel industry without forgetting the NE-metal industry, and the forming methods from the production engineering in the sheet- and cold forming domains.
The graduates are qualified for jobs in the whole technology fields in steel and iron industries like ore dressing, sinter plants, blast furnace and steel plants, continuous casting and mill equipment for the processing of continuous cast materials.
The academic year is divided into semesters.
- winter semester: from October to March
- summer semester: from April to September
In winter term the lectures usually start in mid-October and end in mid-February. The summer term lectures start usually in mid-April and finish in July. During the winter semester will be a break of two weeks for Christmas and New Year’s holidays.
The examination period always starts 1 week after the lecture period and lasts for approx. 5 weeks.
All students are required to pay a social contribution of about 300 Euro per semester. The social contribution includes a semester ticket covering public transport in North-Rhine-Westphalia, subsidized meals in the canteen of the university and other services.
Costs of Living
We recommend budgeting around 750 to 900 Euro per month for personal expenses.
Accommodation is available through the Student Services Office or on the private market. Rent for a single room in a student residence is approx. 300 Euro.
Student Advisory Service
Support Center for (International) Engineering Students
Tel: +49 (0)203 379-3776e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Paul Josef Mauk
Student Council International Studies in Engineering
This degree course is accredited by ASIIN.