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Metal Technology, M.Ed.

University: Technical University of Berlin

Visit website: https://www.tu-berlin.de

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4 Semester

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Full-time studies


320 € / Year


Metallurgy is a subfield of Materials Science and Engineering that deals with the characteristics, properties, structure and behavior of metallic elements, as well as their compounds and mixtures. Metallurgy is an important field of study because metals are at the core of engineering. They are used in a wide variety of fields – electrical engineering as conductors, technology for devices like computers and phones, for railways, cars, bolts, reinforcements and metal fasteners in building, and many more. The most common subjects studied in Metallurgy degree programs include Casting Processes and Casting Alloys, Melt Treatment and Continuous Casting, Advanced Physical Metallurgy, Materials Characterization, Texture Analysis, Fundamentals of and Solving Methods in Metal Forming, Industrial Furnaces and others. A degree course in Metallurgy provides students not only with fundamental understanding of all matters related to metals and its use, but also with opportunities for work placements and practical tasks which help develop skills valued highly by employer, such as critical-thinking, problem-solving, technical, data-processing and analytical skills. Metallurgy graduates can enjoy many potential career prospects – iron, steel and metal processing, metal manufacturing, mechanical engineering, heat processing, automation and quality assurance are just some of the sectors they can work in.

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For this program, a specific bachelor´s degree is needed. Knowledge of German Language is also required.