Four study programmes, with nine subprogrammes, are carried out within a two-year graduate cycle (a minimum of 120 ECTS credits):

  • University Graduate Study Programme in Mining Engineering
    • Subprogrammes: Mining Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Waste Treatment and Disposal
  • University Graduate Study Programme in Geological Engineering
    • Subprogrammes: Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology, Environmental Geology
  • University Graduate Study Programme in Geology
    • Subprogramme: Geology of Mineral Resources and Geophysical Explorations
  • University Graduate Study Programme in Petroleum Engineering
    • Subprogrammes: Petroleum Engineering, Energy Production and Supply, Environmental Protection in Petroleum Engineering.

The graduate programmes deepen the knowledge acquired during the undergraduate study and they presenta logical continuation of education. The students that obtained their bachelor degree at other higher education institutions in Croatia and abroad can enrol into the graduate programmes at the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering with certain prerequisites.
Graduate programmes are completed with the defence of master thesis in the last semester. After completing the graduate programme a student obtains a corresponding title (Table).

 

Diplomski tablica

In the academic year 2013/2014 a total of 137 students were enrolled in the first year of the graduate study programmes, out of which 112 were enrolled in the graduate programme for the first time (36 students in the Mining Engineering Programme, 28 students in the Geological Engineering Programme, 19 students in Geology Programme and 29 students in the Petroleum Engineering Programme). The number of students according to subprogrammes (the students enrolled in the programme for the first time) is presented in the figure below.

Diplomski tablica 1

A total of 112 students were enrolled in the second year and 148 students in the third year. A total of 87 students defended their master thesis (18 students – Mining Engineering, 31 students – Geological Engineering, 12 students – Geology, 26 students – Petroleum Engineering). The afore mentioned data, together with the number of students according to the enrolment by year are presented in the figure below. Five Erasmus students were enrolled in the graduate study programmes at the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering (four students - Geology, one student - Mining Engineering). Study plans for the above mentioned programmes in the academic year 2013/2014 are presented in the table below.

Diplomski tablica 2

 

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