International Erasmus Mundus Joint Degree Master programme of five partner universities:
- University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis (F)
- Warsaw University of Technology (PL)
- Polytechnic University of Catalonia (ES)
- Newcastle University (UK)
- Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (DE)
Study locations are Cottbus, Newcastle, Barcelona, Warsaw and Nice. Each university has fixed its own term fee. At Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg the fee comes to € 270.73.
Human intervention in the environment creates situations, which are becoming increasingly complicated to deal with in the context of global climate change and world population growth. The management of water resources from the point of view of self-sustaining development is thus one of the major challenges of our time. A global goal must therefore be to avoid or at least to minimize the risk of crises in water supply, irrigation, flooding and sewage treatment.
The main objective of the Master's course is to train future scientists and qualified engineers as decision makers in modelling and management of water technology, projects related to environmental issues, and in the use of modern information and communication technologies of Hydroinformatics.
Information about Joint Degree Master programme
Professional Fields of Activity
The main objective of the Master's course is to train future scientists and qualified engineers as decision makers in modeling and management of water technology, projects related to environmental issues.
Graduates will be able to work as experts in local, regional and international specialist bodies as well as in public institutes and private companies.