The growing global socio-political requirements for solutions concerning water supply and environmental investments in the water sector have increased the demand for well-qualified and internationally oriented engineers. WAREM is particularly suited to satisfy and answer these demands by covering the following main areas:
- Groundwater Management and Geohydrology
- Hydraulic Engineering and River Basin Management
- Sanitary Engineering and Water Quality Management
The program profits from the University of Stuttgart‘s excellent research facilities in the water sector, such as the in-situ groundwater remediation installation (VEGAS, the only facility of its kind throughout Germany), Europe’s largest prototype research waste water treatment plant (LFKW), and a laboratory hall for physical modeling in Hydraulic Engineering. The program includes many excursions throughout Europe to visit hydropower stations, locks, sewage treatment plants and water supply systems.
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, or equivalent
- Educational or professional experience in either Hydraulics, Fluid Mechanics, or Waste Water
- Excellent knowledge of English
- Plant and system planners in engineering offices and industrial companies
- Engineers within research and development departments in industry
- Environmental officers or quality managers
- Head of environmental water management facilities
- Consultant in testing and measuring institutes
- Employee or manager in local, national or international authorities or offices for the development and enforcement of environmental legislation
- Experts in national and international development organizations
- Scientists in universities and research institutions
WAREM offers DOUBLE DEGREE programs with Chalmers University, Sweden and Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia.
Studying abroad: what opportunities does my study program offer?
Studying abroad: what opportunities does the University of Stuttgart has to offer?
Are you interested in going on exchange for a semester or two? Or would you rather do some research or attend a language course? Have you ever thought of joining a Summer School or planned an internship abroad? Whatever you have in mind for your exchange, the International Office will help you make your stay abroad an unforgettable experience. The first step will be to sign up online for our information sessions at the International Office that are offered on a regular basis. We look forward to your registration!
Application and admission: how do I get a place at the University?
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- High School Diploma (original translated (English or German) and validated)
- University transcript (original translated (English or German) and validated)
- University Diploma (original translated (English or German) and validated)
- Letter of University indicating maximum/minimum grading system
- Motivation letter
- Results of your English proficiency examination (validated copy) - English as medium of instruction is not accepted!!
Please note: Native speakers from USA, Ireland, UK, Australia, Nea Zealand and Canada are exempted
- Local admission restriction
- Recommendation letter(s)
- Working Certificate(s)
The complete information on the admission process, required knowledge of English, and the criteria for the assessment of professional suitability can be found in the admission regulations.
Very good knowledge of English, non-Nativespeakers need a language certificate (IELTS min. 6.0, TOEFL 79, CAE C)
Application period for the winter semester: November 15 – February 15
The winter semester starts in October.
How is the program structured?
WAREM is a consecutive program. It comprises 120 ECTS which are generally obtained within three in-class semesters and a fourth semester dedicated to the Master’s Thesis (30 ECTS). The modules typically have a 6 ECTS value, however the compulsory seminar "Requirements of Professional life and Engineering in Practice" is worth 3 ECTS, as are two interdisciplinary key qualifications or learning German to Level A 2.1. "Short Courses" are offered as block courses worth 3 ECTS each.
After having completed the Master’s Program it is possible to deepen the acquired knowledge in the PhD program ENWAT (Environmental Water).
The Module Guide describes the modules and the required courses belonging to the module. The Module Guide (also called module handbook) is published in the Campus Management System C@MPUS (please click as follows: choose the degree - click on the book behind the study program's name).
The quality of this degree program has been certified.