Bachelor's International Land and Water Management
Are you eager to work on solutions for a more sustainable use and management of land and water? Then consider opting for the BSc programme International Land and Water Management! This programme addresses problems of drought, erosion and floods, which put food production at risk in large parts of the world. You will combine knowledge of engineering, social and natural sciences, study the roles of various stakeholders and design land and water management improvement plans. The area of research covers the whole world.
Why this programme?
- Technical and social: students learn about the engineering, socio-economic, physical and policy aspects of land and water management, making our graduates well-rounded and versatile professionals.
- International: Look at regions all over the world that struggle with land and water management problems, such as floods, water shortage, erosion or land degradation. From Thailand to Ethiopia and from Peru to the Netherlands.
- Third year bachelor’s students do an international internship and research project of their choice.
Study Programme of International Land and Water Management
The Study programme of International Land and Water Management shows which subjects can be taken in each year of the programme. Are you looking for a related programme? Compare the programme of International Land and Water Management with other programmes.
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Admission and application
The programme is open to pre-university (VWO) school-leavers who have taken physics and mathematics A or B. Visit the Admission and application page to check the prerequisites.
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Continue with a Master's
The bachelor's programme gives admission to a number of master’s programmes. In addition to the main programmes (to which graduates have direct admission), there are also a number of other master’s programmes available. Read more about follow-on master’s programmes.