The Master of Science in Water Policy is open to all candidates with disciplinary background in science (hydraulics, geology, chemistry, environment, climate, civil engineering, architecture, etc.), or any other field related to water. Students having a background in Business, Economics, Law, social sciences, management, or Political sciences are also eligible to apply for the water policy track. Candidates should have a Bachelor degree or equivalent, or a Master degree from a renowned institution, and they will be selected by an international selection committee in a highly competitive process.
PAUWES Master in Water Policy aims to give a practical and academic training in advanced areas of water and its management in a vision of sustainable development. This training can provide all the information needed to monitor this field of knowledge. It also gives the ability to operate, exploit and save water resources. Furthermore, this training is dedicated to both, students motivated by research and development projects in the water sector including those wishing to pursue doctoral studies, and to students interested in the agricultural and industrial sectors.