Undergraduate Programs

The School of Mining Engineering consists of two (2) sections, Mining Engineering and Mineral Process Engineering. Apart from the service courses, the School offers two four-year degree program which leads to Bachelor of Mining Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Mineral Process Engineering (Honours).

These degree programs are designed to produce Mining Engineers and Mineral Processing Engineers who will be able to pursue careers in the Mining and Energy industries as well as academia and/or government sectors such as MRA, KPHL, Kumul Minerals and CEPA. Similar to other engineering degrees, the first and second year of each course is designed to form common engineering foundation upon which years 3 and 4 of the separate professional options are based.

Entry requirements for undergraduate programs (any one of the following):

Both Mining and Mineral Process Engineering: Grade 12 School Leavers: SAT_P Test Score, Minimum of B grades in Advanced Maths A, Physics, Chemistry & Language & Literature.

Note: All non-school leavers entering into Mining or Mineral Process Engineering programs:  as in school leaver requirements except that upon acceptance with the minimum requirement will do entry exams instead of STAT-P test.

Minimum Gradings:

Subject Gradings
Advance Mathematics

New Intake Quota:

Category Quota
Grade 12 School-Leavers
Non School-Leavers

As Grade 12 school-leavers, you are required to apply through the DHERST National Online Selection System and also sit for the STAT-P Test. For inquiries regarding the STAT-P Test or other admission-related matters, please contact the admissions team at admissions@pnguot.ac.pg.

Non School-Leavers who wish to apply are required to submit their applications online through the online portal, which is usually open around the month of June every year.

Every year, the university receives around 100 students from nearby Pacific countries, while the School of Mining Engineering also welcomes applicants from neighboring nations.

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