Education of the Water Systems and Global Change Group

Solution-oriented science for sustainable water system management - that is our approach. We analyse and assess the impacts of climate change and population growth on water systems and propose and test adaptation strategies. We use simulation models, earth system observations, scenario analysis and field studies and we invite students from different backgrounds, skills and interests to take part in our courses and research.

The Water Systems and Global Change chair group enjoys offering several courses as part of the Master's programmes International Land and Water Management, Environmental Sciences and Climate Studies. Next to this we coordinate the Bachelor Minor Climate Change: Mitigation and Adaptation. For a detailed description of the courses, click on the links in the list of courses below.

For more information on writing your thesis or doing an internship in our group, please navigate further to the MSc Thesis & Internship page.

Our Courses

  • WSG 20306 Climate Change Studies Topics and Approaches

  • WSG 33806 Integrated Water Management

  • WSG 34806 Climate Change Adaptation in Water Management

  • WSG 35306 Modelling Future Water Stress

  • WSG 35806 Climate Smart Agriculture

  • WSG 51306 Adaptation and Mitigation Services for Society (bachelor minor course)

  • WSG 52306 Disaster Risk Management and Nature Based Solutions

  • WSG 60812 Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies