Mining Engineering (Not open for new enrolments)

Total credits 398 credits
Curriculum in force 1996 Curriculum
Years of study 5
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The 1996 Curriculum is structured in two cycles: the first cycle, consisting of two academic years and 152 credits, and the second cycle, with three academic years and 246 credits. The Curriculum therefore consists of a total of 398 credits. Out of this total, 72 credits are Electives and 40.5 are Free electives. This means that students can make up 112.5 credits (28.3% of the total) from areas of their choice.

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Taught at Higher Technical School of Mining Engineering
Campus Madrid Ciudad
C/ Ríos Rosas, 21
28003 Madrid
91 336 60 00


The qualification of Mining Engineering (P-96) from the Technical University of Madrid has been accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), and has full recognition at the Masters Degree level