On this page you find information on admission and registration for the Master's in Water Technology at Wageningen University, the University of Twente and University of Groningen.
Students who wish to enrol in this joint degree MSc programme must have:
- At least a BSc degree (or equivalent) in a field of science relevant to the specific programme selected
- A GPA (Grade Point Average) for the BSc study of at least 7 (or 70% of the maximum of the scale)
- Fluency in English, both written and spoken
- Good skills in mathematics
- Basic computer skills
The Master's in Water Technology is a joint degree programme and combines two main disciplines: Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Successful completion of the Wageningen University BSc study programmes ‘Environmental Technology’ or ‘Biotechnology’ or the University of Twente and University of Groningen BSc study programme ‘Chemical Engineering’ entitles students to an unconditional admission to the joint degree Water Technology.
Of course, it is also possible to be admitted with a different degree. 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, physics and chemistry will be judged. Furthermore, some affinity with the field of water (technology) is required.
The programme Water Technology raises different requirements with regard to the minimum level for proficiency in English.
- IELTS overall grade 6.0 (with a minimum sub-score of 6.0 for speaking)
- TOEFL internet-based 80 (with a minimum sub-score of 20 for speaking)
To apply to this programme, please visit the website of Wageningen University.
You can start in September. You may also want to check the application deadlines or directly proceed with the application procedure.