General requirements for enrolment to the joint MSc Programme Water Technology are:
- A BSc degree (or equivalent) in a field of science relevant to the field of water technology
- A Grade Point Average (GPA) for the BSc of at least 70% of the maximum grade (a definition of GPA you can find on this site)
- Fluency in English, both written and spoken
Learn more about the requirements for admission (e.g. the English language proficiency).
Relevant BSc degrees
Applicants for the MSc programme Water Technology should have a relevant BSc degree in chemical engineering, biotechnology, environmental engineering or in another natural/technological oriented field related to water. A Dutch bachelor's degree (HBO) related to one of the topics mentioned above is also relevant for admission to the MSc programme Water Technology.
An admission committee will judge every application on an individual basis. The basic intention is to admit students who are expected to be able to take their degree in the nominal study time of two years. The presence, level and result of relevant courses in mathematics, physical chemistry, chemistry, life sciences and engineering will be judged. Furthermore, some affinity with the field of water (technology) is required e.g. to show by your thesis or internship topic, publications or working experiences.
The programme does not offer a linkage or pre-master's option. For more information about admission to the master's programme Water Technology you can contact the Programme Director.
To apply for admission to the MSc programme Water Technology you have to submit several documents. This process is described step by step on the website of the Student Service Centre (SSC). Please submit your application as soon as possible and certainly within the application deadlines set by the SSC. You can find these deadlines on the webpage Application Deadlines Master's Programmes.
The master's Water Technology knows an adapted institutional tuition fee 3 (all cohorts). Find out which tuition fee is applicable for you.