|SRH University Heidelberg||3 Semesters|
Our Master’s program in Water Technology will enable you to understand the global field of water technology and to develop solution approaches to different environmental issues. One focus will also be the management and simulation of water-related topics. You will also get an understanding of relevant laws and further develop your intercultural skills.
Graduates of non-engineering sciences have to start with a technical preliminary course. They have to pass the preliminary courses to enter the regular Master’s program. The duration of the preliminary course is one semester.
Preliminary course technical sciences:
- Module 1+2: Technical Essentials I:
- Mathematics for Engineers I+II, Material Sciences I, Mechanics
- Module 3+4: Technical Essentials II:
- Constructive Design, Electrical Engineering, Production Engineering, Material Sciences II, Language
Further information on the course organization is available here.
To be considered for the Water Technology Master’s program, you must have a formal university degree (Bachelor’s degree, “Diplom” or Master’s degree in the field of engineering with a final grade of at least 2.5.)
A degree from the Department of Engineering gives you direct entry into the Master’s program.
A technical preliminary course enables non-engineering graduates to enter the Master’s program in Water Technology.
English: IELTS 6.5/TOEFL 80 or other proof of English proficiency
We may also personally interview applicants in order to test their English skills.
If applicants have already lived, studied, and/or worked in an English-speaking country for at least six months, we may waive the required test.
The SRH University Heidelberg is one of the oldest and largest private universities in Germany. Its modern campus is found in one of Germany’s prettiest cities. The university offers more than 40 modern, applied courses of high academic quality, leading to internationally recognized academic qualifications, such as Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees.
Around 3,100 students are currently enrolled across six faculties, which include the School of Applied Psychology; the School of Information, Media, and Design; the School of Therapeutic Sciences; the School of Social and Legal Sciences; the School of Business; and the School of Engineering and Architecture.
The university’s core competencies are excellent instruction, applied research, and continual scientific training. Cooperation with international universities benefits both students and staff alike.
15 July for the following winter semester (starting 1 October)
31 January for the following summer semester (starting 1 April)