Environment and Natural Resources

Specialisation Sustainable Water and Sanitation, Health and Development

The main objective of the programme is to provide the students with competence and skills raised by challenges related to inadequate water and sanitation with special focus on developing countries. It also aims at providing the students with an overview of potential technical solutions and knowledge of the advantages and limitations of different water and sanitary systems (large and small scale), as well as socioeconomic factors of relevance for successful implementation in different parts of the world.

Areas covered by the programme include:- Water resources and water management- Ecological engineering- Conventional and decentralised wastewater treatment systems- Natural systems wastewater treatment- Health and development

Application deadline Nordic applicants: June 1
EU applicants: June 1
Non EU-applicants: December 1
Formal prerequisites Admission requirements:Applicants should have an university bachelor degree equivalent to at least 180 ECTS. The curricula should comprise basic courses in natural science (maths, statistic, biology, chemistry and physic)equivalent to at least 60 ETCS and advanced courses equivalent to at least 80 ECTS in the fields of geology, soil science, plant science, limnology, hydrology, environmental chemistry, radioecology, biology,ecology or natural resource management. Further have students to document sufficient English proficiency.
Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Master, 2 years
City ├ůs
Credits 120.0
Language of teaching English