Practice of MPTiTSM students


JSC "Ust-Kamenogorsk Titanium-Magnesium Plant" Republic of Kazakhstan, East Kazakhstan region

Kazakhmys Corporation LLP

KAZ Minerals - copper mining company

Kazzinc LLP

Eurasian Resources Group (ERG)

LLP " Mangystauenergomunai "

Kazphosphate LLP

"INTEKNO SG LLP (Intekno)"

RSE Institute of Combustion Problems KN MES RK

JSC "Institute of Chemical Sciences named after A.B. Bekturov"

Arcelor Mittal Temirtau

JSC TNK Kazchrome

JSC "Aluminum of Kazakhstan"

JSC "Kazakhstan Electrolysis Plant"


What specialists are in demand:

  1. Technologist
  2. Engineer - Metallurgist of non-ferrous and ferrous metallurgy
  3. Caster
  4. Engineer-researcher in the field of metallurgy
  5. Metal heat treatment specialist
  6. Metal forming specialist
  7. Manufacturer of metal art products
  8. Metallurgical engineer
  9. Metallurgical production technologist
  10. Foundry specialist
  11. Art casting molder


What specialists are in demand according to the atlas of new professions until 2035:

1 Designer-constructor of refabrication of spaces and territories

2 Recycling technologist

3 Profile constructor for the use and replacement of waste and secondary resources

4 Specialist in gentle metallurgy

5 Ecoanalyst


How the practice goes:

The purpose of educational practice is to strengthen and deepen the theoretical knowledge acquired during the study of curriculum subjects. Also important are the formation and development of professional skills, as well as obtaining primary practical experience in the chosen field of training.

As part of the educational program of the department " 6B07203 - Metallurgy and mineral processing " students can master working professions as a qualification at mining and metallurgical enterprises, gain modern production experience, see equipment and technological processes, gain new knowledge about production cycles for obtaining metals, and master analytical methods for determining the properties and quality of metal.


Objectives of industrial practice:

  • Gaining practical experience in metallurgical plants: mastering specific metallurgical skills and knowledge applied in real working conditions so that the student can successfully implement them in the professional field.
  • Familiarity with the working environment of the mining and metallurgical sector: Experience of working in a real production environment helps the student to understand the characteristics and requirements of his future professional activity.
  • Development of professional skills in the field of metallurgy: The application of theoretical knowledge in practical activities contributes to the development of the student's professional skills necessary for a successful career.
  • Improving Communication Skills: Interacting with colleagues, management and clients in the work environment helps develop communication and teamwork skills.
  • Assessing one’s own professional interests in the field of metallurgy: Practice allows the student to more clearly define their interests and preferences within the chosen professional field.
  • Preparation for a future career as a metallurgist: Practice is an integral part of the training of specialists, a link with production.

Upon completion of practical training, students provide the following documents:

  • Report on Industrial Practice: Detailed overview of tasks, analysis of work performed.
  • Diary: Recording daily activities, impressions and professional observations.
  • Agreement on the Organization and Conduct of Practice: A signed document approving the conditions and terms of practice.

Upon completion of the internship, the student draws up a report describing the work performed, the results achieved and the experience gained.

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