In the course of training, students gain professional knowledge and competence in the field of theory and technology for producing non-ferrous, rare and precious metals based on the analysis of the current state of the world mining and metallurgical complex and the achievements of scientific and technological progress research, production and teaching activities.


22.04.02 Metallurgy

Mode of attendance
Full time
2 years
Language of training
Admission tests for international students
Field-specific entrance examination, diploma grade-point average, final qualifying work grade
Tuition fees
300 000 RUB per semester
Reasons for choosing a course
  • Russia is the largest world power producing non-ferrous and rare metals;

  • The country has a significant number of the world's largest mining and metallurgical enterprises;

  • The ever-growing need for metal and the active development of the metallurgical industry makes the profession of metallurgist in consistent demand in the modern labor market;

  • High wages and social protection in metallurgical professions (technologists, designers, researchers, managers);

  • Broad prospects for scientific development.


Graduates of this specialization participate in the formation of the main areas of the development of domestic metallurgy. They work as researchers, take high executive positions in the largest companies producing gold, silver, metals of the platinum group, copper, nickel, cobalt, zinc, etc.

Field of study
Modern issues in metallurgy and materials science;
Applied thermodynamics and kinetics;
New and promising processes in non-ferrous metallurgy;
Methods of quantitative and phase analysis for non-ferrous and rare metals;
Calculation and research methods of hydrometallurgical processes;
Modeling and optimization of technological processes;
Fundamentals of the design of metallurgical enterprises;
Methods of formulation and solving technological problems;
Calculation and research methods of pyrometallurgical processes;
The nature of man-made materials and the problems of its use.
Graduate skills
Awareness of the current issues in the production of non-ferrous metals and modern options for their solution;
Skills for developing technological schemes for resource-saving technologies in metallurgical production;
Competencies in choosing and using the methods of mathematical data processing, physical and mathematical description of phenomena, patterns and technological processes in relation to objects of non-ferrous metals metallurgy, analysis and evaluation of the results obtained;
Ability to analyze technical and technological solutions in the field of production of non-ferrous metals, to evaluate their effectiveness and prospects for the development of a specific metallurgical technology, related industries and the mineral and raw material complex as a whole;
Competencies in organizing, planning and conducting research.