MSc Water Management

MSc Water Management
Cranfield University – School of Applied Sciences: Natural Resources

Funding up to £8000 p.a*

Cranfield’s reputed MSc Water Management has been developed in
collaboration with employers in response to the increased demand for water
managers with the appropriate blend of skills and creativity to provide
solutions to sustainable management of water in natural, semi-natural and
man-made environments. This course allows specialisation through selection
of one of three options:

Community Water and Sanitation: providing the skills and knowledge to plan
and implement water supply and sanitation projects worldwide, through
working with communities, particularly in less developed countries

Environment Water Management: providing skills and knowledge to solve
complex problems involving human water requirements, with particular focus
on issues relating to water quality management, habitat creation and
economic, policy and legal environment. Funding of up to £8,000 p.a. is
available for this option*

Water and Society: developing technically competent managers for the water
sector with an understanding of managing multi-disciplinary teams and
assessing the social, economic and legal factors which drive change

On completion of the course students have the opportunity to gain
experience of an international development project through the student-led
charity SAFAD.

This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Water and
Environmental Management.

With a Cranfield Water Management MSc you can:
Benefit from excellent teaching by internationally acclaimed academics and
business leaders in our postgraduate-only environment
Undertake in-company projects, finding solutions to real-world problems
Use our specialist research facilities including clear water and
wastewater laboratories, sewage treatment works and soil laboratories
Progress towards Chartered status through our accredited programme.

For further details on the course visit: Alternatively register for our Open
Day on 4 May 2010.

Duration: MSc 1 year full time, 2-3 year part time. An MTech in Water
Management is also available and lasts 24 months

Entry Requirements: Candidates must possess, or be expected to achieve, a
1st or 2nd class UK honours degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline.
Other relevant qualifications, together with considerable experience, may
be considered.

Funding opportunities

*Funding opportunities are available for students enrolling on the MSc
Water Management. Students on the Environmental Water Management option
may be eligible for a NERC bursary covering the course fees and include a
stipend of up to £8,000. For further details please visit:

How to apply

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