The Master of Engineering (Urban Water Engineering) provides engineers with the integrated knowledge and skills required to grasp the whole urban water cycle and the linkages between its different aspects.
The trend towards urbanisation and associated water stress in modern cities is strengthening, and as the urban centres become more densely populated this will not be reversed in the foreseeable future. Globally, there is shortage of engineers with expertise in all aspects of the urban water cycle and their reciprocal influence and integration.
The Master of Engineering (Urban Water Engineering) is designed to develop your technical expertise through advanced and master's level courses, and provides the opportunity to select electives to complement your discipline. This knowledge will expertly prepare graduates with the necessary skills required to solve complex engineering challenges in a changing world.
- Consulting / Multinational engineering organisations
- Small and medium-sized enterprises
- Educational institutions
- Municipal and governmental bodies
- Urban utilities