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Sanitary Engineering

Degree type
MSc
Language of education
English
Duration
18 months
Tuition fee EU/EEA
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Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
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Education type
Fulltime
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Application deadline
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Accreditations
Netherlands Government
Type of institution
Institute for International Education
City
Delft

Program description

The Sanitary Engineering program teaches you how to design solid waste and wastewater collection and treatment systems. It also explains how to develop rational approaches towards sustainable waste management via cleaner production, appropriate treatment and re-use.

The Sanitary Engineering program is designed for professionals interested in achieving and maintaining the environment and public health. It is particularly relevant to BSc-level engineers who are involved in the provision of sanitation services. Typical students include civil, process and sanitary engineers, university faculty and researchers, and technical managers.

Subjects
Integrated Urban Water Management; Engineering Support Subjects; Process Technology; Wastewater Treatment Design and Modelling; Decentralised Water Supply & Sanitation; Biological Wastewater Treatment; Resource Oriented Sanitation; Industrial Effluence Treatment and Residuals Management; Modelling Wastewater Treatment Processes and Plants; Modelling Urban Drainage and Sewerage.

Objectives
The Sanitary Engineering program educates mid-career professionals to develop rational approaches towards sustainable wastewater management, focussing on process technology, engineering and design of wastewater collection and treatment and sludge treatment, disposal and reuse.

Admission requirements

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