Flood Risk Management

You will develop scientific and engineering knowledge needed to reduce the human and socio-economic losses caused by flooding while at the same time taking into account the social, economic, and ecological benefits from floods and the use of flood plains or coastal zones. 

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    What is Joint Programme

    Part of the programme is given at a partner institute, often in another country/continent. Joint programmes have varying start and end dates.

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Joint Programme, Delft (the Netherlands), Dresden (Germany) and Ljubljana (Slovenia)24 months, starts in September

For whom?

This programme is open to students with a BSc, preferably in civil or environmental engineering, but otherwise in geosciences, environmental sciences, limnology, oceanography, geography, geology or natural resources.

Degree

Students who successfully complete this programme will be awarded with a MSc degree in Water Science and Engineering from IHE Delft and a MSc degree in Hydro- Science and Engineering from the Technical University of Dresden.

Dates

Start: 17 September 2018
Application deadline: 01 July 2018

Learning objectives

After completing this specialization, you will have gained:

  • A broad and cross-boundary scientific knowledge on flood risk management;
  • A comprehensive knowledge base and understanding of the current theory and practice relating to flooding and flood management;
  • The fundamental knowledge leading to the understanding of socio-economic issues related to flooding;
  • A broad scientific knowledge about conservation, restoration and management measures to overcome challenges imposed on water by humans and by climate change;
  • An extended knowledge on a basin-wide approach to flood risk management.

Website

You will find all information about the programme, application and admission on the website International Master Programme in Flood Risk Management.

Application & Admission

You will find all information about the programme, application and admission on the website International Master Programme in Flood Risk Management.