The general objectives of the Master in Urban Water Cycle are:
Enable professionals with different training base, to work in team, cross-and multidisciplinary way, answering to the new challenges in urban water cycle, in a global changes scenario;
Qualify the students to develop expertise in the different areas of urban water infrastructure, sustainable water management (origins, quality, use and reuse) and water governance (economic, political and regulatory);
- Training students to meet different geographical realities, preparing them to participate in water management locally, nationally and internationally.
a) Holders of a degree in the areas (CNAEF codes): Life Sciences (420), Physical Sciences (440) Engineering and technical (520) Building and civil engineering (582), Health (729) and Protection of the environment (850), national or foreign, or equivalent degree.
b) Holders of a foreign academic degree: - attributed in a first cycle of studies organized according to the principles of the Bologna Process by a signatory state to this process; - recognized as fulfilling the objectives of a degree by the Scientific Councils, Technical-Scientific Councils, or Scientific Committee of the associated organizational units;
c) Where duly justified, holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum vitae that is recognized as attesting the capacity to carry out this cycle of studies by the Scientific Councils, Technical-Scientific Councils, or Scientific Committee of the associated organizational units.
Selection criteria of candidates
Academic qualifications (degree and duration of the course) [Max: 5 points];
Education (final standings) [Max: 5 points];
Curricular Assessment (professional and scientific experience) [Max: 5 points];
- In case of a tie the realization of interview will be required
Public and private organizations working on water sector, namely research institutes, laboratories of water and wastewater analysis, consulting firms, and international organizations (UNESCO, FAO, etc.).