The new MSc in Water and Sustainable Development (Research) at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education will prepare you for a career in research, academia, or pursuing a Ph.D.
You can apply for admission to the MSc in Water and Sustainable Development. If you seek financial assistance, you may have to apply much earlier. Start with selecting a track/profile and collecting the documents you need for your application. In the application, you will indicate your preference for a thematic track and profile, and your application will be assessed with this in mind.
The MSc Program in Water and Sustainable Development (68EC) is for students who seek a science-based MSc degree that is anchored in and prepares them for, professional practice.
The Research MSc Programme in Water and Sustainable Development (120EC) is a much more individually tailored program with taught and self-guided study components. It demands an intrinsic research motivation and will equip and prepare students for a career in research, academia, or to pursue a Ph.D.
MSc graduates receive a diploma and a diploma supplement that describes the program and provides an overview of the graduate’s results..
Academic admission to IHE Delft MSc in Water and Sustainable Development may be granted to applicants who provide evidence of having:
A Bachelor’s degree at level B/B+ (US system) or upper 2nd (British system) in an appropriate field that has been awarded by a university of recognized standing. Exceptions can be made if a candidate is below this level but has a substantial proven experience in the field of the programme and has a strong motivation to join the programme.
A good command of the English language if this is not the first language. All non-native English-speaking applicants must satisfy the English language requirements for IHE Delft’s educational programmes.
A strong motivation to successfully complete the programme.
Several years of professional experience in a field related to the programme’s content is considered to be an asset.
July 1, 2023
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