Eligible Bachelor’s Degrees for Academic Admission

UWS programme

  • Sanitary Engineering: civil, environmental or chemical engineering, or in microbiology
  • Urban Water Engineering and Management: civil engineering
  • Water Supply Engineering: civil, chemical, environmental, hydraulic or mechanical engineering

WSE programme

  • Hydraulic Engineering - Coastal Engineering and Port Development: civil engineering or related field with a hydraulic engineering background
  • Hydraulic Engineering and River Basin Development: civil engineering or related field with a hydraulic engineering background
  • Hydroinformatics - Modelling and Information Systems for Water Management: civil, agricultural or systems engineering, earth sciences, environmental sciences or physics
  • Hydrology and Water Resources: civil or agricultural engineering, earth sciences, environmental sciences, or physics
  • Land and Water Development for Food Security: civil or agricultural engineering
  • Groundwater and Global Change - Impacts and Adaptation:  geologic, hydraulic, civil, environmental or agricultural engineering, geosciences, environmental sciences, climate sciences, geography, geology
  • Flood Risk Management: civil or environmental engineering, otherwise in: geosciences, environmental sciences, limnology, oceanography, geography, geology or natural resources.

WM programme

  • Water Conflict Management: engineering (civil, chemical, agricultural, irrigation or environmental), natural sciences, environmental science, geography, sociology,  economics, law, political science, public administration, anthropology
  • Water Cooperation and Diplomacy: engineering (civil, chemical, agricultural, irrigation or environmental), natural sciences, environmental science, geography, sociology,  economics, law, political science, public administration, anthropology
  • Water Resources Management: engineering (civil, chemical, agricultural, irrigation or environmental), natural sciences, environmental science, agronomy, geography
  • Water Services Management: engineering (civil, chemical, agricultural, irrigation or environmental), natural sciences, geography, sociology, economics, law, political science, public administration, anthropology
  • Water Quality Management: engineering (civil, chemical, agricultural, irrigation or environmental), natural sciences, environmental science, chemistry, biology, ecology, agronomy, geography

ES programme

  • Environmental Science and Technology: civil, chemical, agricultural or environmental engineering, natural sciences, chemistry, environmental science, agriculture, or in geology
  • Environmental Planning and Management: civil, chemical, agricultural or environmental engineering, natural sciences, chemistry, environmental science, agriculture, geology, geography, or in environmental economics
  • Limnology and Wetland Management: civil, chemical, agricultural or environmental engineering, natural sciences, chemistry, environmental science, agriculture, or in geology
  • Water Quality Management: civil, chemical, agricultural or environmental engineering, natural sciences, chemistry, environmental science, agriculture, or in geology