Basic Information

  • Degree: Bachelor of Science
  • Start of Studies: 01 September 2020
  • Standard Period of Studies: 2 semesters of Russian language study + 8 semesters
  • ECTS Credits: 240
  • Language: Russian

Ferrous Metallurgical Engineering is concerned with the development, production, and processing of ferrous metals – iron and steel. It is the basis for innovative products and new technological developments in the fields of industry. Scientists in this division deal with issues relating to surface technology, recycling, manufacturing, and processing using state-of-the-art production processes including quality assurance inspections as well.

Degree Content

General Program Description

The program provides knowledge and understanding of metallurgical engineering. This program focuses on all disciplines within Metallurgy, Foundry, Metal Process Technologies.

After the first educational year students have to select their individual area of specialism:

  • Ferrous Metallurgy;
  • Process Technology of Metals;
  • Foundry.

Program Structure

Ferrous Metallurgy

  • Theory, technology and automation of blast furnace process
  • Powder Metallurgy Technologies
  • Theory and technology of iron ore sintering
  • Man-made resources of mining regions
  • Operation of blast furnaces
  • Design of blast furnaces
  • Constructions and design of steel-smelting shops
  • Steel manufacturing in BOF and EAF
  • Steel ladle treatment
  • Casting and solidification of steel

Process Technology of Metals

  • Quality management and control in the rolling industry
  • Corrosion and protection of metals
  • Fundamentals of rolling mill design
  • Methods of optimization for technological process
  • Equipment of rolling mills
  • Fundamentals of techniques and rolling technology


  • 3D mold design
  • Computer modeling of foundry processes
  • Special cast irons
  • Resource and energy saving in foundry
  • The technology of smelting jewelry metals and alloys
  • Basics of alloy synthesis
  • Design of equipment, technological lines and complexes for industrial foundry and jewelry manufacturing

The program is supplemented with

  • an internship on C.J.S.C. “Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works”
  • a study-integrated thesis of about three weeks in which students are challenged to solve practical problems in the area of their chosen specialization.

Career Prospects

Metallurgical engineers work in a multitude of fields within the industry, including research and development, design, production planning, sales and distribution, quality management, and organization. The program awards students a B.Sc. degree, which is well recognized around the world.

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Last updated April 10, 2019
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Sep 1, 2019
10 semesters
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Start Date
Sep 1, 2019
End Date
June 30, 2025
Application deadline

Sep 1, 2019

Application deadline
End Date
June 30, 2025