Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Protecting the environment for a sustainable future. The major future challenges for planet earth are climate change, limited resources, pollution, human population growth and loss of biodiversity.
The modern and competitive Environmental Engineering Program at EPFL prepares students for the multidisciplinary nature of environmental engineering problems and educates future engineers to address the complexities and uncertainties of natural and engineered systems. Our program focuses on environmental engineering in natural systems where solutions must be developed under conditions of incomplete information, spatial heterogeneity, and uncertainty. We also emphasize contemporary issues related to complex interactions taking place in built and urban environments.
Program’s Objectives The Master in Environmental Sciences and Engineering offers a wide range of courses grouped in three specializations: Environmental Chemistry and Bioprocess Engineering/ Natural Water, Soil and Ecosystems Engineering / Environmental Monitoring and Modeling. You also can follow specializations in which the Environmental Sciences are involved such as courses on the development of Regional and Urban Planning, on Energy or Biotechnology.
Admission Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering or related areas. Students with knowledge of geographical information systems are particularly encouraged to apply.
Application: important deadlines Applications can be filled online from mid-November to the 15th of January, or from the 16th of January to the 15th of April.
School of International Development, University of East Anglia (DEV) Sustainable management of natural capital underpins human development and well-being. Ecosystem services provide a conceptual framing to help identify and manage synergies and trade-offs in the natural capital, natural resource management, food security and biodiversity conservation domains. This course is designed for practitioners working in government institutions, NGOs, international agencies and private sector with an interest in identifying, appraising and managing the synergies and trade-offs among multiple users and uses of nature.