Camborne School of Mines (University of Exeter)
Founded in 1888, Camborne School of Mines (CSM) has a unique combination of scientific and engineering expertise in geology, mining, minerals processing and renewable energy and applies this to world-leading research and teaching. The portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree programmes provide an excellent basis for careers, in the UK or overseas, within the earth resources, civil engineering, environmental and energy sectors. The vast majority of graduates are employed in areas related to their degree.
BSc Applied Geology
BSc Engineering Geology and Geotechnics
BSc/MEng Renewable Energy
BEng Mining Engineering
The Mining Engineering degree programme provides the knowledge and understanding of geology, rock mechanics, engineering design, economics, surveying, management and associated practical skills that will enable the student to make a valuable contribution as soon as they are employed. In larger companies, work often involves the management of multidisciplinary teams of engineers and scientists. Because of this, mining engineering degrees are very wide ranging and provide an excellent basis for careers in technical management.
BEng Honours - Mining Engineering J110 3 years
GCE AL in two Science subjects including either Physics or Chemistry and GCSE
Maths; or GCE AL Maths and GCSE Science
BBB-BBC; IB: 30-28
(2 Sciences HL)
Applicants with other qualifications, please refer to the University undergraduate prospectus or online at www.exeter.ac.uk/undergraduate/applications
International students may also be interested in CSM Foundation programmes. Please visit www.into.uk.com/exeter
How to apply: Information on applying to study with us can be found at www.exeter.ac.uk/undergraduate/applications
Offers/Interviews: Offers are usually made on the basis of the UCAS form. Following an offer, you will be invited to a Post-Offer Open Day at the Cornwall Campus where you will usually have the opportunity to visit our Test Mine. In some instances applicants with alternative qualifications may be invited for interview.
University of Exeter
Tel: +44 (0)1326 371 801