IHE Delft offers five-day summer courses in the last week of July 2019. Interested students and water professionals are invited to apply. Topics include Sustainable Development Goals, nature based solutions, leadership, gender and serious gaming.
IHE Delft yearly offers summer courses to the students enrolled in its Master Programmes. Since 2015 all summer courses are open to external students and professionals. The five-day courses start on Monday 29 July and cover a variety of cross-cutting topics, meant to bring together junior and mid career professionals with different academic or professional backgrounds.
The summer courses are:
- A hitch-hikers Guide to the Sustainable Development Goals
- Advanced Multi-stakeholder Analysis
- Asset Management of Water Systems
- Becoming a Water Leader
- Diverting the Flow: Questions of Gender in Water
- Greening Risk Reduction with Nature Based Solutions
- Serious Gaming for the Water Sector
- Sustainable Development in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus
- Visual Methods for Water Communication
The application deadline is 14 July 2019 - 23.59 (CET) but you are recommended to apply timely as the courses can only take in a maximum of -on average- 25 participants. To start your application, click the apply button on the webpage of your preferred summer course.
Please note that OKP scholarships are not granted for these summer courses. The tuition fee for one course is €950 (Fee for IHE Delft diploma alumni: €665).
IHE Delft can arrange for affordable student housing at walking distance from the Institute and in the city centre of Delft at €45 per night.
Admission criteria are a Bachelor Degree in a relevant field of study, preferably some years of working experience and a good command of the English language.