Holland, and the Dutch, are famous for having spent centuries mastering the art of water management. In view of the expected climate changes, this expertise and specialised knowledge in water management becomes increasingly important, especially how to apply them in other comparable contexts.
Considering the growing global demand, questions about how to govern the use and availability of drinking water deserve serious attention too. The programme also focusses on the relation between water shortage and water surplus.
Students can further develop their research skills on water-related issues by writing a research proposal or participating in an interdisciplinary project.
Period: Semester 4: Feb – April (+ June)
For specific course details, please refer to the UvA Course Catalogue.
The international programmes on Food & Water are open to students:
Depending on their curricular background, a tailor-made programme can be put together that fits the needs and motivation of the individual student. Note: The available places for international students per course are limited.
Note: The available places for international students per course are limited.
For more information on the programme or exchange of ideas about the Bachelor's programme Future Planet Studies, please contact the student exchange office.