Wastewater professionals with background and/or proven qualifications in sanitary engineering, environmental sciences, microbiology, civil engineers, chemical engineering, biochemical engineering, environmental engineering and/or environmental biotechnology.
PrerequisitesPreceding modules of the MWI-SE program and/or, in the case of short-course participants, required background on sanitary and wastewater engineering (see target group) in full compliance with UNESCO-IHE admission regulations.
Dates, Fee, ECTS
Start: 22 February 2021
End: 19 March 2021
Deadline IHE application: 31 January 2021 - 23.59 (CET)
Course fee: € 2910
VAT is not included in the course fee
- critically determine and analyse quality and quantity characteristics of wastewater originating from urban environments as a basis for the design, control and operation of sewage treatment facilities.
- discuss the physical, chemical, and biological processes applied for sewage purification and the complex interactions among them occurring in wastewater treatment systems.
- apply the knowledge on biological treatment processes and engineering on the process design and critical assessment of wastewater treatment systems and configurations for the removal of organic matter (as COD) and nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus)
- discuss the principles, fundamentals and applicability of recently developed wastewater treatment processes such as innovative nitrogen removal processes and membrane bioreactors.