The sixth Master in Water Technology and Management will begin on 13 March in Madrid and 20 March in Barcelona. Intended for both technical and management profiles, the master’s degree is geared toward increasing the employability of the participants in the water sphere, providing them with the knowledge and the skills necessary to make decisions in a strategic sector.
The master’s degree provides an overview of complete water cycle management and offers the tools to manage and assess projects with criteria which optimize quality, time and cost. Accredited by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), it is a blended learning course with a total of 60 ECTS credits, equivalent to 360 classroom hours.
Around 20 applicants answered the call for candidates, with different academic and professional backgrounds and with an average age of 33, most of them unemployed.