Water Resources Engineering and Management (WAREM) M.Sc. - auf EnglischUniversität Stuttgart
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Engineering and Management
The water needs of a growing world population, their impact upon the Earth and its natural water resources continue to increase. Sustainable water resources development within environmental and social limitations requires both qualified engineers and scientists, as well as global scientific and professional cooperation. WAREM’s internationally-recognised Master of Science program was specifically developed to answer these demands.
Covering four semesters, the program consists of three in-class semesters and a final semester (six months) of research and thesis work. The following main areas are covered:
- Groundwater Management and Geohydrology
- Hydraulic Engineering and River Basin Management
- Sanitary Engineering and Water Quality Management
The program profits from the University’s excellent research facilities in the water sector, such as a modern hydraulic laboratory, the largest in-situ groundwater remediation installation and Europe’s largest prototype waste water treatment plant. Additionally, Stuttgart and the surrounding area are served by two of the largest long-distance water supply systems in Europe. WAREM’s international orientation is further reflected by its participation in two double degree programmes - with Chalmers University,Sweden, and the Universiti Teknologi MARA,Malaysia. WAREM students registered for a double degree are given the opportunity to complete half their studies in Stuttgart, and the remaining half at a partner University.