Water management systems are fundamental to society. Through the supply of clean drinking water, the treatment of waste water, as well as flood and coastal protection, high-quality water management can have an enormous social and ecological impact.
Water management systems are fundamental to society. Through the supply of clean drinking water, the treatment of waste water, as well as flood and coastal protection, high-quality water management can have an enormous social and ecological impact. Significant resources are invested all over the globe to ensure that complex water systems meet the levels of service and performance required by increasing economic and environmental pressures, whilst minimizing financial and social costs. The constant development, operation and management of these systems requires highly trained experts with knowledge and practical skills that cover science, engineering and management disciplines.
The M.Sc. Management and Engineering in Water (MME-Water) program provides the educational basis and professional foundation for water specialists that stand out for their ability to integrate scientific principles, engineering knowledge and management techniques for innovative problem-solving.
Our Engineering graduates of all programs...
- work at companies such as Anvis, BASF, Continental, Fiat, Ford, Kautex, Liebherr, Rolls Royce, Toyota and Volkswagen
- are very successful on the job market: half of our graduates find employment within a month of graduating and two thirds within three months
- increase their salary by more than 50% (about 40 %)
As a graduate of the MME-Water program you are qualified to work in, among others:
- drinking water purification (for example, for municipal or commercial water utilities)
- wastewater treatment (for example, sewage treatment plants)
- water resource management (including groundwater, floods, base flow, land and waterway restoration)
- water and energy industry (for example, energy production from sewage water or sludge or hydropower)
- process and facility engineering
- international cooperation and developmental aid (water re-use, emergency management)
- digitalization in water management (data processing, big data, modelling)
An expert in water resources is someone who...
- Develops sustainable coast and river protection systems cost-efficiently
- Unifies the ecological and economical approaches to natural water resources
- Develops sustainable waste water treatment systems and provides high-quality drinking water
- Consults municipal water companies in developing investment strategies to improve their water management systems
- Combines the technical demands of an urban water supply with the preservation of ecological systems
- Consults the government in water conservation strategies and sustainable water cycle management
... to make a difference. Is this you?
The program Master of Science Management and Engineering in Water combines the wide range of applied science, engineering and management disciplines required in water management.