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DWTEE cooperates in two Erasmus Mundus international study programmes. For further information, contact Prof. Pavel Jeníček or Dr. Jan Bartáček.
The International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering (IMETE) programme is an International Erasmus Mundus programme. It trains people to apply and develop environmental technologies, offering a wide range of optional study fields in an international environment. IMETE is offered by a consortium consisting of three leading Higher Education Institutes: Ghent University (UGhent, Ghent, Belgium), UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (UNESCO-IHE,Delft, Netherlands), and University of Chemical Technology, Prague (UCT Prague, Czech Republic). Student mobility within Europe is an integral part of the programme, which contains 120 ECTS (2 years). During the programme, students study in Delft (Netherlands), Prague (Czech Republic) and Ghent (Belgium). Master thesis research is carried out in one of these locations or at one of the many associated partner institutions all over the world. Between the first and the second years, summer school is held. More information here.
The Environmental Technology for Contaminated Solids, Soils and Sediments (ETeCoS3) programme provides education and research at the PhD level, training its doctoral candidates to think globally and co-work in multidisciplinary research teams. It is delivered by three universities: University of Cassino (Italy), UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (Netherlands), and Université Paris-Est (France). The programme is centered around three key topics in environmental pollution: Heavy metals, recalcitrant organic pollutants, and contaminated solids. The programme focuses on fundamental and applied aspects to treat and remove these pollutants as well as on the development of recovery and reuse technologies with market potential. There will be a close connection to practical problems, as e.g. hot spots in the Balkans, brown fields in the Czech Republic, and sediments and soils polluted by mining activities in Minais Gerais (Brazil). UCT Prague (represented by the Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering) is an associated partner of the consortium.