A unique joint Msc at the worldwide scale
One joint MSc programme, 5 degree-awarding universitites + 36 worldwide partners: EuroAquae is a unique joint MSc programme offered by 5 European Universities: University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis (France), Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany), Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), Technical University of Catalonia (Spain), and Newcastle University (United Kingdom).
The 5 universities award the joint degree «Master of Sciences in HydroInformatics & Water Management» recognized by each participating country. Every successful participant will thus graduate simultaneously from 5 European universities! Semester Schedule
The time schedule of the course is coordinated with the other partner universities and therefore deviates in some areas from the standard schedule of the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. The current schedules for semesters 1, 3 and 4 at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg will be communicated to the students by the head of the study programme before the beginning of the semester.
The selection of candidates is conducted by the EuroAquae Consortium Management Board in line with the Erasmus+ regulations as well as each participating country national rules, excellence of candidates, motivation and professional objectives according to the specializations of the Master.
Minimum qualification is 2nd class degree from university (BSc) or its equivalent. Preferred first degree subjects are Engineering (any branch), Environmental Sciences, Physics, Computer Sciences, Geography, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geology or a similar subject. Advanced level Mathematics is required. All modules are taught and examined in English and all locations and IELTS score of minimum 6.5 (or TOEFL IBTof minimum 90) is required. The study of a European language among the ones of the awarding universities (German, French, Spanish and/or Hungarian) is encouraged. Evaluation of the level of scientific and engineering knowledge, as well as the level of English, is carried out by the EuroAquae consortium.