Qualified, multidisciplinary engineers and scientists as well as international scientific and professional cooperation in the field of water resources engineering and management are in demand to meet the water needs of a growing world population within given environmental and social constraints.
The Master of Science Program WAREM has been developed to satisfy these demands. It is based mainly on the fields of civil and environmental engineering, and working close together with the Institutes IWS (Hydraulic and Computation Environmental Systems) and ISWA (Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management).
WAREM is the appropriate Master Program for
- Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Water Resources, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Process Technology, Environmental Eng. Fluid Mechanic Eng. Irrigation Eng, Mechanical Eng., Sanitary Eng., Soil & Irrigation Eng.
- Educational or professional experience in either hydraulics or wastewater, particularly in fluid mechanics are required
Not appropriate: Higher National Diploma (HND)
Further information you will find under the section application requirements and procedure
Information what to know before you come to Stuttgart you will find under the topic pre-departure
If you want to support the students of our program, please follow the link Donation Account: Friends of WAREM
IAHR, the International Association of Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research, particularly promotes the advancement and exchange of knowledge through working groups, specialty symposia, congresses, and publications on water resources, river and coastal hydraulics, risk analysis, energy, environment, disaster prevention, industrial processes.
IAHR - BW - YPN is a group of young budding water experts mainly involved in organising symposia, excursions to water infrastructure facilites, hikes, introduction to water associated departments and social events.
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If you are interested in being part of the global network, Please email - email@example.com