IHE Delft offers four 18-month Master of Science programmes. Furthermore, the Institute recently launched a fifth, one-year Master of Science programme, which focuses on non-sewered sanitation.Read more about our MSc programmes
Courses and PhD Programme
Water Supply, Sanitation and Environmental Engineering
Led by Maria Kennedy the Water Supply, Sanitation and Environmental Engineering Department focuses on reducing water scarcity and achieving access to adequate and equitable drinking water, sanitation and hygiene.read more
Hydroinformatics and Socio-Technical Innovation
Led by Dimitri Solomatine, this department focuses on catalysing change in society, technology and policy, and enhancing the use of enabling ICTs, towards sustainability and resilience.read more
Coastal & Urban Risk & Resilience
Led by Rosh Ranasinghe this department focuses on building resilience and adaptive capacity for people, ecosystems and infrastructure in coastal and urban areas.read more
Providing better sanitation facilities will not only deliver a cleaner environment and improved health benefits, but will also give opportunities to reuse the fecal matter.
The international characteristics of IHE Delft are not restricted to the classroom. The diversity of students origins promote the possibility to learn and understand other countries, cultures and reality.
One of the biggest advantages of studying at IHE Delft is the variety of cultures and countries that are represented here.