The LWM Master programme is designed for scientists, technologists, engineers, conservationists and environmental managers who have professional interest in aquatic ecosystem research and management. Provided are knowledge and skills to address environmental problems and to interact with stakeholders, managers and policy makers for appropriate management solutions. Graduates are qualified to investigate, monitor and manage aquatic ecosystems by integrating ecological, technical and socio-economic knowledge and skills.
LWM is a joint degree master programme of University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Egerton University, Kenya and UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Netherlands.
The M.Sc. programme structure/curriculum consists of three semesters of 4-months each, which are held in Austria (BOKU), Kenya (Egerton University) and The Netherlands (UNESCO-IHE), and followed by a 6-months research period.
Study begin: October
Study duration: 18 months
Deadline for the next intake 2017: 6 January 2017
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