FEMP is the organisation that organizes and co-ordinates the European Mining, Minerals and Environmental Program (EMMEP) for students in Resource Engineering, Mining- and Geotechnical Engineering, Mineral Processing, Recycling and related academic studies. There are three different specialisations; accommodating groups with 20-25 students each. FEMP's role is mainly to coordinate the cooperation with 35 companies which support FEMP, manage the financial aspects of the program and maintain the contact with the 700 alumni. FEMP can be contacted at [email protected].
The Joint Master EMMEP is a two-year MSc degree programme. In 2016 EMMEP offers two options:
- Mining Engineering (EMC, joint tripple degree program)
- Mineral and Recycling Process Engineering (EMREC, exchange based international program).
Participating students study together at 2 or 3 universities for 1 or 3 semesters in different European countries. A one semester thesis project is carried out at one of the universities. Joining the EMMEP is an excellent opportunity to study abroad, meet foreign students, visit companies, and spend 2 years in an international environment. For more information please look at www.emmep.org. Information about EMMEP 2018-2020 can be found here.
EMC was awarded the EIT-Label from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), an EU initiative aiming to spur innovation and entrepreneurship across Europe. The EIT-Label is a quality seal awarded to Master and PhD programmes demonstrating excellence in innovation and entrepreneurial education. Information about the EIT and the EMC labelled program can be found here. A video about the EMC - EIT labelled program can be watched here.
Information about the Reunion 2018 (30 August - 1 September) in Delft, the Netherlands can be found under the tab "Alumni".
Newsflash: GHH-Mine Master has now joined FEMP as industrial member (click here)