Prospective students will be provided with the engineering and scientific fundamentals in order to be able to face current and future engineering and environmental problems. The study offers interdisciplinary approach to better understand the world labor market demand and provides students with a wider picture of water resources and environmental engineering through fundamentals and basic principles.
Objectives / Mission
The goal of the WREE program is to train outstanding engineers and future scientists to conduct research in areas that are of great importance to modern engineering needs in the areas of water resources and environmental engineering. It is our intention to provide students with a high quality-learning environment to gain fundamentals and specialized engineering knowledge, while developing skills in critical thinking, communication, teamwork and leadership.
Graduates of the WREE program will be qualified for a professional career in:
- the private sector (engineering applications in different domains)
- the research sector (research at universities or research institutions)
- the public sector (consulting in administrations, defining and implementing policies for sustainable development)
- Computational Methods in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
- GIS & Remote Sensing Applications
- Environmental Economics
- Environmental Geochemistry
- Applied Soil and Rock Mechanics
- Watershed Hydrology
- Earth Observation Data and Environmental Monitoring
- Sustainable/Green Supply Chain Management
- Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport Modeling
- Coastal Zone Structures
- Project Management and Decision Support
- Coastal Oceanography
- Integrated Water Resources Management
- Water Protection and Municipal Wastewater and Rain Water Treatment
- Environmental Risk Assessment
- Surface Water Quality Modeling
- Air Pollution Modeling
- Master Thesis
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Climate Change Impacts
- Hydrography Survey
- Karst Hydrology
- Solid Waste Management
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
DisciplinesEnvironmental Engineering Hydrology & Water Management
The master program addresses candidates holding at least Bachelor's Degree (first cycle, 6th EQF level, minimum 180 ECTS credits or equivalent) in civil engineering and related fields (e.g., agricultural or environmental engineering, geology, geography, etc.).
The prospective students should have sufficient knowledge of English (knowledge level B1 of the Common European Framework CEF).
Admission is subject to an assessment of candidates’ achievements and educational background.
International4500 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 4500 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
EU/EEA3000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3000 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
European and Non-European students are welcome to apply for University of Split scholarship available to them to cover tuition fees.The Selection Board of the WREE Programme will be responsible for selection of a scholarship holder.
The Selection Board evaluates the application material and ranks the applicants according to their score of qualification score.
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