The LWM Master programme is designed for scientists, technologists, engineers, conservationists and environmental managers who have professional interest in aquatic ecosystem research and management. Provided are knowledge and skills to address environmental problems and to interact with stakeholders, managers and policy makers for appropriate management solutions. Graduates are qualified to investigate, monitor and manage aquatic ecosystems by integrating ecological, technical and socio-economic knowledge and skills.
LWM is a joint degree master programme of BOKU, Egerton University, Kenya and IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands. The MSc degree is awarded as joint degree from all three partner universities and the academic credits are awarded according to the according to ECTS system. The M.Sc. programme structure/curriculum consists of three semesters of 4-months each, which are held in Austria (BOKU), Kenya (Egerton University) and The Netherlands (IHE Delft), and followed by a 6-months research period.
All three study locations are world-famous tourist locations – Vienna (Austria), Nakuru/Egerton (Kenya) and Delft (The Netherlands) – thus, go for studying where others are going for holidays and sight-seeing! We are very much inviting you to study in three different countries together with students from all over the world.
Deadline: June 15,2019
For more information,please visit https://boku.ac.at/wau/ihg/master-programme/i