Singapore government through the Environment and Water Industry Development Council (EWI) intends to establish Singapore as a global hydrohub. Among the EWI’s goals is to encourage the growth and development of cutting-edge water technology in Singapore and to export the products and services that arise from the developed technology. To be able to achieve this goal there must exist a manpower base within Singapore that is able to support this aim.
Therefore, the objectives of the MSc (Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management) programme are as follows:
- Develop the manpower base that processes the necessary expertise to support Singapore as a global hydrohub.
- Provide the students with opportunity to undertake innovative research projects within the framework of an Master of Science.