The Research MSc in Water and Sustainable Development starts on 30 October 2023.
Its curriculum includes common parts, thematic track modules, research proposal development, electives and an extensive thesis research part.
All students join the intro week, mixed weeks and the interdisciplinary project – the common parts – together. The thematic track modules and MSc thesis research, however, are part of a customized learning trajectory based on your personal learning ambitions.
The first part of study follows a similar trajectory to the regular MSc in Water and Sustainable Development, with a variation in course work during the mixed weeks, and a philosophy of science module to emphasise research skills.
In the second part, you will focus on your individual research, with additional elective courses and training in advanced academic skills.