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Water Management

  • Exchange programme
  • Autumn
  • Zwolle
  • 5 Months
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Want to work on sustainable water solutions?

Dive into the exchange programme Water Management and become an engineer who knows how to deal with global challenges such as sea level rise, floods, droughts and pollution. Study the (local) aspects of geo-hydrology, learn to work with surface- and groundwater models and help a real organization with their international water management project. 

Want to know more about sustainable engineering? Combine this programme with the Future Cities (15 ECTS) programme.

Course modules

What's Water Management like?

The Water Management exchange programme combines theory with practice. You will collaborate with fellow students and organizations who are active in the field of water management. Below you can read how this bachelor's level programme of 15 ECTS credits is structured.

Requirements and application

Requirements and application

You are required to have two years of Bachelor’s study experience in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering (or a similar course) and English-language skills at B2 level. 

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Practical information

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Learning Agreement

When you decide to do an exchange programme at Windesheim, you have to sign the Learning Agreement of your programme. The Learning Agreement is a crucial document for the recognition of a study period abroad. It is an agreement between you, your university and Windesheim.

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Want to know more?

Questions about studying at Windesheim? Contact the International Office via +31 884699777 or email.                                                                                              

Any questions about the content of this programme? Get in touch with lecturer Reginald Grendelman by email.                                                                                                                              

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