Undergraduate

Bachelor Degree in Mining Engineering

The global mining industry is thriving, with the call for talented engineers growing louder each day. A degree from the UNSW School of Mining Engineering, the largest school in the English-speaking world, will open up a world of possibilities. This four year program incorporates well-balanced formal lectures and tutorials, balanced by group projects, lab sessions using innovative learning technology and compulsory industrial training.

Our graduates are no doubt ready to be ‘thrown in the deep end’ when they embark on their exciting careers in the mining industry. And the proof is in the numbers - the employment success rate of our graduates is more than 95%. Come along and see why we are amongst world leaders in mining education and research.

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Kate Carstens - Life as a Mining Engineering student at UNSW

Kate Carstens 3rd Year

School of Mining Engineering student, Kate Carstens, talks about why she selected mining engineering and her experience at UNSW.  

Marty Corrigan

Marty Corrigan MEA Graduate

Marty Corrigan explains why he loves his graduate mining position in Singleton, NSW.

Ryan Fox working in the Hunter

Ryan Fox MEA Graduate

Ryan Fox talks about his graduate position in the Hunter Valley, NSW.

IN PROFILE - JASON JUNG

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Jason Jung
3rd year, Civil/Mining Engineering 

“I knew I wanted to study engineering. After attending information days and evaluating the different degrees in terms of interest, career prospects and nature of work, it became very difficult to decide between Civil and Mining. However, since UNSW offers a dual degree for both disciplines, I knew I had to enrol in that one. Being a smaller cohort compared to the other larger disciplines definitely has its advantages as all of us have bonded quickly and help each other out.”