Isaac S-Lase Kuwornu

Country: Ghana

MSc Programme: Urban Water and Sanitation

Specialization: Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation

Year: 2012/2014

What made you decide to study this particular program?
I decided to study Sanitary Engineering, because I wanted to contribute to the improvement of sanitation in my country.
 
Can you say something about studying in Delft/the Netherlands? (Cultural and social experiences)
Studying in Delft has been both exciting and challenging. The academic work is definitely challenging, but meeting people from different cultures makes it exciting as well.
 
What kind of professional background do you need to succeed in this program?
I think an engineering background is needed. Preferably a background in civil or environmental engineering. 
 
Why should new students/water professional choose this program?
For developing countries improving sanitation is critical in cleaning up the environment and reducing morbidity to ensure that the human capital is able to develop the country.  
 
Do you have any advice for new students?
Brace yourself for a life changing experience with challenges and excitement. It will be the beginning of a process of lifelong learning and partnership.
 
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