Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in mining, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering or other related engineering fields, with a B- average
Applicants without academic prerequisites will be placed on probation and required to take additional courses
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Why Join Queen's University?
Queen’s University is made of limestone buildings and modern facilities.
Queen’s is one of Canada’s oldest degree-granting institutions
Located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Queen’s is a full-spectrum, research-intensive university that conducts leading-edge research in a variety of areas
95% of the student population are international
Queen’s is home to students from more than 100 countries
Ranked 1st for student satisfaction and 4th among medical-doctoral universities in Canada in Maclean's 2016 University
Research rankings of University -11th for research income & 6th for research intensity (research income per full-time faculty)
It has student faculty ratio of 22:6
About M.E in Mining Engineering
M.Eng Mining engineering is offered by The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen’s, designed to produce engineers and specialists qualified to assess, design and operate both underground and open pit mines
It takes eight (8) term length courses for completion, out of which two of the courses can be at the 400 undergraduate level
It has specializations like Mineral Planning & Design of mechanical systems, Mineral Processing, Reliability, Maintenance & Risk Assessment
Students shall be required to complete training on the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA), through the online course in Accessible Customer Service, as part of their graduate degree program, prior to being approved for graduation
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