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Metallurgical science, Metallurgy, Material science degree courses at undergrad bachelor, postgrad diploma, master, PhD doctorate research degree levels at universities in Australia are listed below.
- Australian unis offer some of the best places to study Metallurgy due to the dominance of the metals, mineral ore mining industry in Australia
- Metals mined in Australia include: Bauxite/Aluminium, Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver, Uranium, Iron ore, Zinc
- What can one do with a Metallurgy or Material science degree ?
- Besides ATAR, what are the Year 12 HSC subjects prerequisites?
- Metallurgy is a specialized area of materials science that studies the physical and chemical behavior of metals, inter-metallic compounds & alloys
- A bachelor degree in Metallurgy or PostGrad diploma may lead to employment opportunities in roles such as a Metallurgical Engineer or Metallurgist in the metals manufacturing industry Eg. Iron Nickel, Copper and alloys such as Stainless steel or galvanized steel, copper alloy monel
- Extractive metallurgy is the process of obtaining metals from an ore and refining it into a purer state. To convert metal oxide or sulfide to a purer metal, ore needs to be reduced physically, chemically or electrolytically.
Typical admission requirements :
- Physics and/or Chemistry, English proficiency
Universities offering Metallurgy metallurgical materials science :
New South Wales : NSW
- Materials Engineering at Uni of Wollongong
- Metallurgical engineering at UNSW
- School of Materials Science and Engineering at UNSW
- Bachelor Of Applied Science honors metallurgy at Ballarat University
Western Australia: WA
- Bachelor of Extractive Metallurgy at Murdoch University
- Graduate Diploma of Extractive Metallurgy at Murdoch University
Mandurah, Rockingham, Murdoch campuses
Australian Capital Territory : ACT
- Electronic Materials Engineering at ANU