Joint MSc Programmes

IHE Delft is engaged in various joint MSc Programmes. Part of a joint programme is given at a partner institute, often in another country/continent. Joint programmes have varying start and end dates.

Erasmus Mundus

IHE Delft is involved in two different Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree programmes, focusing on solutions for global water issues such as environmental degradation, floods and droughts.

Groundwater and Global Change – Impact and Adaptation is a multiple-degree joint MSc programme offered by IHE Delft in cooperation with the Technical University of Dresden in Germany and the University of Lisbon in Portugal. Students start at University of Lisbon before coming to IHE Delft for the 2nd semester, and then move to Technical University of Dresden for the 3rd semester. In the final semester, students undertake a thesis research project in association with one of the abovementioned institutions and possibly external partners.

More information: www.groundwatermaster.eu

Flood Risk Management is a multiple-degree joint MSc programme offered by IHE Delft in cooperation with the Technical University of Dresden in Germany, UPC Barcelona in Spain and University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. Students start at Technical University of Dresden in Germany before coming to IHE Delft for the 2nd semester, and then move to UPC Barcelona and University of Ljubljana for the 3rd semester. In the final semester, students undertake a thesis research project in association with one of the abovementioned institutions and possibly external partners.

More information: www.floodriskmaster.org

Currently three other Erasmus Mundus programmes with IHE Delft’s involvement are under review by the European Commission and may be added to the offer of joint programmes starting in 2022. Check this page for the latest info, or subscribe to our newsletter not to miss out on any news concerning new Erasmus Mundus programmes.

Other Joint Programmes

Hydroinformatics - Modelling and Information Systems for Water Management is a double-degree MSc programme, offered by IHE Delft and Escuela Colombiana de Ingenieria Julio Garavito (ECIJG) in Bogota, Colombia. This programme is designed for students especially from Colombia and other Latin American countries. Students start at ECIJG, where they have six months of course work prior to coming to IHE Delft in March, where they follow course work until October, followed by thesis research at either of the two institutes.

More information: www.un-ihe.org/ddhi

Limnology and Wetland Management is a joint-degree MSc programme, offered by IHE Delft, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Austria and Egerton University (EGU) in Kenya. Students start at BOKU, where they have four months of course work prior to coming to IHE Delft. They participate in IHE Delft’s modules 5 to 8, before moving to Egerton University for course and fieldwork and thesis research.

More information: www.un-ihe.org/lwm

Water Cooperation and Diplomacy is a multiple-degree joint MSc programme offered by IHE Delft, University of Peace (UPeace) in Costa Rica and Oregon State University (OSU) in the United States of America. Students start at UPeace, where they have four months of course work prior to coming to IHE Delft. They participate in IHE Delft’s modules 3 to 7, and do an extra module on Interdisciplinary Research, before moving to OSU for course and fieldwork and thesis research.

More information: www.waterdiplomacymaster.org

Water Science and Engineering in Hydropower Development is a double-degree joint MSc programme offered by IHE Delft and University of Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) in Malaysia. Students start at IHE Delft and complete all modules up to and including module 8, and do an extra online module on Environmental Flows, before moving to UniKL for course and fieldwork and thesis research.

More information: www.un-ihe.org/herbd-unikl

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