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Students

The Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering (DWTEE) provides education in both Czech and English. If you are interested in a short, intensive course, Athens is the best choice for you. If you want to spend one or two semesters during your bachelor or masters studies at our Department and you are from an EU country, the Erasmus programme is designed for you. For students from both EU and non-EU countries, there is an alternative option with our Erasmus mundus programmes: Imete or ETeCoS3

The International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE) programme is an International Erasmus Mundus programme and is delivered by a consortium of universities consisting of UCT Prague (Czech Republic), Ghent University (Belgium) and the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (Delft, Netherlands).

DWTEE participates as an associated partner in the PhD. Erasmus Mundus programme Enviromental technologies for contaminated solids, soils and sediments (ETeCoS3). PhD. students can come with financial support from Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, or other foundations. ETeCoS3 is provided by a consortium consisting of the University of Cassino (Italy)UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (Netherlands), and Université Paris-Est (France).

If you are interested in our research and would like to cooperate with us or work at our department, feel free to contact the leaders of working groups or the Head of the Department (Prof. Pavel Jeníček).

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