Programme outline - International Land and Water Management

The MSc programme International Land and Water Management is thesis-oriented. It consists of one year of course work and one year of thesis research. In the first year, you choose optional courses in addition to the compulsory ones. In the second year, you work on your major thesis in the field of your specialisation. A second thesis or internship can be chosen in a different field of interest, in consultation with your study adviser. The programme will be tailor-made, depending on your background and research interest.

The MSc programme International Land and Water Management (MIL) runs annually beginning from early September. It takes two academic years and comprises 120 credits (ECTS, European Credit Transfer System). The language of instruction is English.

More information on the content of the programme can be found under 'Specialisations'. 

Agris Mundus Double Degree Programme

The MIL can also be followed as part of the Agris Mundus double degree programme on agricultural development and management of natural resources together with Montpellier SupAgro, linking with other European universities. Visit the website for more information on the Agris Mundus double degree programme.


Would you like to improve your entrepreneurial and innovative skills towards climate change? With this master's, International Land and Water Management, you can join the Climate-KIC programme. This programme offers you the possibility to think about innovative ideas to reduce climate change together with students from several other European universities. You will follow lectures about entrepreneurship, innovation and climate change and join our summer school to develop a business case. For more information visit the Climate-KIC website.

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