IHE Delft offers four 18-month Master of Science programmes, with a total of 16 specializations. Furthermore, the Institute recently launched a fifth, 12-month Master of Science programme, which focuses on non-sewered sanitation.
- Water Management and Governance - The scientific study of water resources with practical planning and management skills.
- Urban Water and Sanitation - Water supply, sanitation and water engineering and management, particularly in urban areas.
- Environmental Science - Conservation and prudent use of natural resources for the benefit of society.
- Water Science and Engineering - Hydrological and hydraulic processes and modelling tools for improved water management in coastal zones, river basins and agricultural areas.
- Sanitation - A new 12-month Master of Science programme, focusing on non-sewered sanitation.
The application deadline for the Delft based MSc programmes starting in October 2019 is in August 2019. In case you wish to apply for financial assistance, the application deadline for a fellowship is usually much earlier.
IHE Delft is involved in three European Joint Master Degree programmes which are specializations of the MSc programmes listed above. Check the individual website of the programme of your choice and learn more about the curricula, partner institutes and deadlines.
Academic admission to IHE Delft MSc Programmes may be granted to applicants who provide evidence of having:
- Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field, which has been awarded by a university of recognised standing, comparable in level with a Bachelor degree from a research university in the Netherlands.
- a good command of the English language, if this is not the first language. All non-native English-speaking applicants must satisfy the English language requirements for IHE Delft's educational programmes.
Work experience in an environment related to the programme is an asset. At least two years work experience is in general preferred.
Fees and Fellowships
The IHE Delft Delft-based 18-month MSc Programme fees consist of a €19,000 tuition fee and an additional fee of €3,985 to be paid prior to registration. Participants are expected to cover their own living expenses, which is about €1000 per month. This amount includes the costs of accommodation and other personal expenses. The costs of the Joint Programmes differ from the costs of the Delft-based MSc Programme.
Other educational offerings
Choose an online course or the Graduate Professional Diploma Programme to upgrade your skills from the comfort of your home or office. A short course is for you if you have a specific area of interest and a limited amount of time. There are different application deadlines for short and online courses, they depend on the start date of the course and are mentioned on specific webpage of each course.
Education and training guide 2019
This guide will give you more insights in our MSc programmes, PhD programme, online and on-campus short courses, and the possibility to arrange tailor-made training specifically for personal or organizational needs.
Schematic overview Delft-based MSc programmes
A Guide to our Delft-based MSc Programmes starting in 2019