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Addressing a sustainable approach in teaching, conventional methods such as lectures, seminars and self-studies are completed by integrated courses, field trips, internships, integrated projects and an industry internship. To enhance the international character of this program, all courses are held in English. Classes are held by established international professors and lecturers of the Technische Universität Berlin, all of them specializing in water-related fields. Associated professors may also broaden the scientific expertise. This enables a permanent integration of cutting-edge applied research into the course content.

Experimental, Modeling or Analyzing Exercises

Flow velocity measurement

Compared with lectured courses where professors mainly teach students in regular lecture sessions, integrated courses deal with topics in various methodological forms, ranging from experimental, modeling or analyzing exercises, case studies and group work to presentations, in order to support participation.

Seminars encourage the independent academic and scientific exploration and a deepening of the students’ knowledge of specific topics and issues.

Limited Number of Students and small Project Groups


Lectures, exercises, seminars or field trips are given at the campus in the form of block courses. The work load for each module also includes time for pre- and post-preparation and exam preparation which can be conducted in self-studies or group work, depending on the respective course. Written, oral or equivalent exams (e.g. presentation, report) are possible.

Finally, extensive monitoring and individual support is guaranteed by several research assistants, a limited number of students and small project groups, as well as through the framework of twin-supervision with cooperation partners.

Excellent Working Conditions

Laboratory Work

Students in the program enjoy excellent working conditions, with ample study space, library access to the TU Berlin main library, the Departments library and the Embassy of the Bibliotheka of Alexandria in El Gouna.

They also have access to IT equipment (PC room). Moreover, field trips allow students to attend instruction and gain knowledge of their field outside of the university setting. A practically-orientated study is assured by work with state-of-the-art laboratory equipment (like AAS, ICP, HPLC, GC etc.) and field equipment (like Geoprobe) as well as the work at test stands and pilot units. . To further support the transfer of the students’ knowledge into practice and to enhance the interdisciplinary exchange, cooperative, practical projects are undertaken together with students from the Energy Engineering and Urban Development departments in the framework of the Integrative Project II, possibly also in the master’s thesis.

With the goal of providing students with insights into potential subsequent fields of employment ranging from the local to the international market, an industry internship may be completed at any facility or institution that works in the field of water engineering anywhere in the world.

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