UNESCO-IHE offers four accredited Master of Science programmes, with a total of 17 specializations. Deepen your expertise, and in the meantime gain substantial insight into the global water agenda.Read more about our MSc programmes
Courses and PhD Programme
Environmental Engineering & Water Technology
The Environmental Engineering and Water Technology (EEWT) Department contributes to the provision of safe drinking water, adequate sanitation and resource recovery, focusing on developing countries and countries in transition.read more
Integrated Water Systems & Governance
The IWSG department consists of four chair groups that cover a broad range of disciplinary knowledge – sociology, law, economics, public administration, political science, information technology, mathematics, hydrological and hydraulic modelling sciences, engineering, knowledge management and innovation studies.read more
Water Science & Engineering
The WSE Department deals with the fundamentals of understanding and modelling the primary processes related to water and the environment.read more
UWEM gives a holistic approach to urban water systems in this ever evolving water cycle.
One of the biggest advantages of studying at UNESCO-IHE is the possibility to learn from the problems, solutions and experiences of students from all over the world.
United States of America
The EPM specialization offers a bird's eye perspective on contemporary environmental issues and approaches to addressing them.
Bosnia and Herzegovina