Students fr om the Apatity branch of the Murmansk Arctic State University (MASU) visited the Oleniy Ruchey mine for a hands-on experience.
Future mining engineers and ore processing specialists met with NWPC Deputy CEO Artem Yakovlev, who spoke about the company’s scholarship programme, social policy, and employment opportunities.
NWPC specialists gave them a tour of the production facility. In the maintenance and repair centre, they studied the drilling rigs and talked to the mechanics who operate the underground and surface equipment. In the processing plant, they were shown the main processes, from ore reception to flotation. The last stop was the control room, wh ere all processes are monitored and the main plant units are coordinated.
NWPC employs 278 MASU graduates as part of the strategic partnership programme. Every year, the company works closely with the University to arrange apprenticeship and improve educational process.