Master of Engineering (MEng), Water and Environmental Management
Applicants should have Bachelor's or Master's degree in civil, environmental, chemical, mechanical, process or water engineering, environmental hygiene, environmental sciences, geology or limnology. The degree should be finished before 28 December 2018.
In addition three years of field specific work experience is required after the graduation. If applicant has completed a post-secondary or higher vocational level diploma in Finland in any field of education, the work experience between those diplomas and higher education degree is taken into consideration.
|Student selection||Final points|
|Advance assignment||100 points|
The students to the degree programme will be selected based on the advance assignment, which includes the following documents:
1. Cover letter
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Preliminary plan describing a development challenge
The advance assignment is evaluated on a scale of 0 to 100 points (min points being 20). The documents should be submitted in English and as a pdf format electronic document by 26 September 2018 at 3 pm Finnish time. Language skills of applicants will be evaluated by the advance assignment.
The cover letter (max 500 words)
The purpose of the cover letter is to outline the applicant's motivation and to share his /her interests and goals and the readiness to study in the programme. In practice, it explains the reason why the applicant should be accepted as a student. The applicant describes his/her career and plans and how the studies are related to it. The applicant also presents how he/she intends to organize the studies taking into account work and life situation. The applicant also evaluates his/her current skills in relation to the curriculum of the applied education.
The curriculum vitae
The curriculum vitae should be presented in a tight format. It should show, among other things, completed studies, work history and a list of publications if applicable.
The preliminary plan describing a development challenge (max 1000 words)
The preliminary plan should demonstrate at least one key challenge from the applicant's previous (or current) work place environment which is in need of a relevant industry. One of the most important evaluation criteria of the preliminary plan is the concreteness of the plan. The plan demonstrate applicant's capability to approach working life based development assignment. The development assignment can be the theme of the master thesis.
More information regarding the application and admission
Visiting address: Kotkantie 1, 90250 Oulu
Postal address: PL 405, 90101 OULU
P. 010 192 001
More information regarding the studies and the contents of the degree programme
Head of Degree Programme, Vesa Moilanen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Principal Lecturer, Mohamed Asheesh, email@example.com
P. 020 611 0210