The graduate programme focuses on the fields of water resources management and water engineering in different climatic zones, while considering global change. It is designed to enable participants to acquire and expand their professional and methodological qualifications. This programme meets the international standards necessary to pursue and develop a career with national and international authorities and organizations, engineering and consulting enterprises, as well as in research. The master course provides the basics for engagement in development and consultation agencies, to head the operation of water management systems and to contribute to transdisciplinary research tasks within the entire field of hydro sciences.
Studies are organized in a modular system. There are basic courses during first term and advanced courses during second and third term, compilation of the master thesis will follow during fourth term.

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Compulsory modules:

  • Statistics
  • Climatology & Hydrology
  • Soils, Ecology, Hydrochemistry (2 of 3)
  • Geodesy, Hydromechanics, Hydraulic Engineering (2 of 3)
  • Study project Integrated Water Ressources Management

Electives (choice of modules, minimum 50cr):

  • Aquatic Ecology and Ecotoxicology
  • Circular Economy
  • Climate Change
  • Climate Systems and Climate Modelling
  • Communication and Conflict Management
  • Drinking Water Supply
  • Flood Risk Management I & II
  • Ground Water
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Integrated Water Resources Management I & II
  • International Water Issues
  • Internship Hydrosciences
  • Soil Water
  • Urban Water I & II
  • Water Quality and Water Treatment
  • Watershed management I & II
  • a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental sciences or in an engineering discipline; standard course length of at least six semesters, result better than average
  • professional experience is not essential for the course, but it is taken into account and treated as an additional criterion
  • knowledge of English, level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
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Dresden, Pirna, Tharandt
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This master course is designed to broaden and intensify academic and practical knowledge in the fields of management, conservation and development of water resources within different climatic zones and construction and operation of water management systems. The students will be enabled to cope with future professional demands within research and practice worldwide. The master programme meets international standards required to pursue and develop careers within national and international administrations and organisations. The master course provides the basics for engagement in development and consultation agencies, to head the operation of water management systems and to contribute to transdisciplinary research tasks within the entire field of hydro sciences.

Quelle: TUD - TU Dresden 2020

This degree course addresses especially students from developing and emerging countries. Specific water related problems, i.e. limited drinking water and raw water resources as well as the devastating impacts of hydrologic extremes like droughts or flood disasters connected with heavy erosions, are subject of several modules.

Quelle: TUD - TU Dresden 2020

Several funding programmes are offering financial support like scholarships. For example, DAAD supports this master course at TU Dresden within the framework of the DAAD-EPOS-Programme.

Quelle: TUD - TU Dresden 2020


Dipl.-Geogr. Christina Görner
TUD - TU Dresden
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