Welcome to GroundwatCH
Erasmus programme to face SDGs 2030
We are pleased to announce that the programme will start, as planned, on 14 September 2020, albeit with a possible online first phase. More information will follow.
Duration: 24 Months
HOW TO APPLY?
Deadlines for your application:
- 31 May 2020 (outside the EU)
- 30 June 2020 (from the EU)
Deadlines for Erasmus Mundus Scholarship:
-15 January 2020 for Partner Countries
-15 February 2020 for Programme Countries
Please note that the next scholarship application round (for the programme starting in September 2021) is planned to open in October/November 2020.
1st Semester: Lisbon
Period: September - February
Instituto Superior Técnico (Portugal) is the largest and most prestigious school of engineering in Portugal. It provides the program participants with the Environmental Engineering perspective.
2nd Semester: Delft
Period: March - July
You will study at IHE Delft (the Netherlands). It is the largest international graduate Water Education Institute in the world that has provided graduate education to more than 15,000 water professionals from over 162 countries.
3rd Semester: Dresden
Period: September- February
The TU Dresden (Germany) is one of the 10 largest and best universities of engineering and technology in Germany. It offers renowned expertise in climate and hydrology with its well-matched combination of engineering, geo and natural sciences.
4th Semester: Research Thesis
Period: March - August
For the completion of the programme, our students will accomplish their MSc thesis at any of the three program universities or associated partners both in the private or public sector.
Find example topics here.
Contact the programme coordinator, Dr. Tibor Stigter, IHE Delft