Metallurgical EngineeringThis course exposes students to different metals and their properties, students also learn where these metals can be located in Nigeria and how they can be extracted. Nigeria has many Natural resources and metal to be mined but little skilled power to mine these resources. Metallurgical engineering solves the problem by teaching students how to extract metals from the earth. It is a Five year bachelor's degree program and graduates of this course have career opportunities as Metallurgical Engineers.
To be Admitted into this course Aspirants are expected to take English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics in the annual UTME examination, They are also expected to have a 5 credit pass in WAEC/NECO with subjects including Mathematics, English Language,Physics, Chemistry and One other Science Subject. However we recommend that you View Jamb Brochure as Admission Requirements vary in different Universities.
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UniversitiesMetallurgical Engineering is available in the Following Nigerian Universities:
|Ahmadu Bello University|
|Available as Mining Engineering in:|
|Federal University of Akure||University of Jos|
|Available as Materials and Metallurgical Engineering in:|
|Enugu State University of Science and Technology||Federal University, Oye-Ekiti|
|Federal University of Technology owerri||Federal University of Technology Akure|
|University of Ilorin||University of lagos|
|Obafemi Awolowo University||Nnamdi Azikiwe University|
|Ondo State University of Science and Technology|
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