Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program.; Stuned; NFP.
Educational requirements: BSc degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject from a recognised university.
Professional experience required: Preferably 3 years of practical or research work experience.
Language requirements: TOEFL (minimum score: 550 + TWE 4.5 paper, 213 computer, 83 internet.); IELTS (minimum score: 6.0.)
Objectives: The aim of the programme is to convey to students the knowledge, insight and skills that are required to function as independent professionals within the field of hydraulic engineering and river basin development.
Subjects: Geotechnics; hydrology; hydraulics; river dynamics; GIS and remote sensing; probabilistic design; economy; technical writing; modelling; physical models; water resources management; river basin development; river systems management; EIA; climate variability; storage works; water harvesting; hydropower; river structures; flood management; group work; research methods; electives; MSc research.
Modes of instruction: Lectures, exercises, assignments, workshops, computer training, group work, multidisciplinary project work, field visits, field projects, case studies, role-play and oral presentations.