Our MSc programmes were devised over fifty years ago. Even with this long history, the programmes evolve continually, led by our research and our vast practical experience in the field. Changing developments and priorities in our sector also feed into the programmes so that they remain constantly relevant and are a pivotal stepping stone for professionals seeking to advance their careers in water engineering and management. Through distance learning, programmes can be built module by module, and can be studied at different levels from any location in the world. Take a look at the video to get a flavour of what is on offer.
MSc in Water Management for Development
MSc in Water Engineering for Development
Click here to find out how the programmes differ.
Find out all about distance learning by clicking on the image below.
Shorter sections of the film
Part 1: An Overview of Distance Learning with WEDC
Part 1: An Overview of Distance Learning with WEDC (with subtitles)
Part 1: An Overview of Distance Learning with WEDC (in Mandarin)
Part 2: Learn with WEDC anywhere in the world
Part 2: Learn with WEDC anywhere in the world (with subtitles)
Part 2: Learn with WEDC anywhere in the world (in Mandarin)
Part 3: Benefits of distance learnng with WEDC
Part 3: Benefits of distance learnng with WEDC (with subtitles)
Part 3: Benefits of distance learnng with WEDC (in Mandarin)
Find out what current and recent students think about the programmes
We asked a few of our students from a number of countries to let us know what they think about our distance learning programmes. Listen to their podcasts here.
London, full-time: 2022-2023
If you are seeking to study in the UK, we have two MSc programmes which can be studied at our London campus.
MSc in International Sustainable Development
MA in International Development
Individual postgraduate modules can undertaken for continued professional development. If, at a later date you wish to extend your studies, the successful completion of your first module will count towards a Postgraduate Certificate (4 modules) or a Postgraduate Diploma (8 modules) and with a Research Dissertation, a Master of Science (MSc) qualificaation.