MAEH is a two year master programme (120 ECTS credits) offered by four European Universities: University of Algarve (Portugal), the University of Lodz (Poland), the Technische Hochschule Lübeck (Germany) and the University of Antwerp (Belgium). After successful completion of the programme you will obtain the Joint Master degree in Applied Ecohydrology. The programme supported by the Erasmus+ fully financially supports 22 scholarships each year, including all expenses with travels, insurance, installation, university fees and 1000 euros monthly subsistence. The MAEH is scientifically supported by UNESCO Ecohydrology Programme of the Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme, that has been developing the concept of ecohydrology for more than 20 years.
MAEH academic year starts in October 2022. Applications to Erasmus Mundus Scholarships from Partner countries are opened until February 15h, at 3:00 PM (GMT+0). The deadline for applications from Programme countries has been extended until March 9th.
THE MAEH MERGES FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENT EXPERTISE IN WATER SCIENCE:
focuses on a scientific understanding and on nature-based solutions providing the knowledge, skills and competences to restore aquatic ecosystems carrying capacity and ecosystem services (University of Algarve and University of Lodz)
provides advanced engineering techniques and skills to plan, devise and implement technical structures and systems that can be used to restore and use ecosystems services in a sustainable manner and to reduce water-related risks to society (Technische Hochschule Lübeck)
INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT
focuses on the coordinated and integrated development, management and restoration of the water system today and in the future (University of Antwerpen). The course aims to create professionals that understand the complexity of the water problems and are able to develop transdisciplinar solutions for the “world of work” and for society.
The course aims to create professionals that understand the complexity of the water problems and are able to develop transdisciplinary solutions for the “world of work” and for society.