Degree programme Waste Management and Contaminated Site Treatment (Master)

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degree
Master of Science
Standard period of study for full time studies
4 semesters
type of study
direct study
type of study
postgraduate

Application procedure for German applicants and educational residents

First semester

limited admission
open admission with aptitude test
beginning of studies
winter semester
registration for aptitude test
»Details regarding the aptitude test (down below)
degree programme application deadline
1. June - 30. June
application portal

higher semester

limited admission
open admission
beginning of studies
summer semester, winter semester
registration for aptitude test
1. June - 30. June »Details down below
application dates
1. June - 15. September,

1. December - 15. March
application portal

Application procedure for international applicants

First semester

limited admission
open admission with aptitude test
beginning of studies
winter semester
registration for aptitude test
»Details down below
application dates for not-EU applicants
1. April - 31. Mai (für direkten Studienbeginn im Wintersemester)
application dates for EU applicants
1. April - 30. Juni (für direkten Studienbeginn im Wintersemester)
application dates (with preparatory programme)
1.April - 31.Mai (für Studienvorbereitung im Wintersemester),

1. Oktober - 15. Januar (für Studienvorbereitung im Sommersemester)
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Important information

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Table of contents

admission requirements

aptitude assessment procedure

German language requirements

International applicants and German applicants with foreign school leaving certificate please find information here: language requirements.

General information for the degree programme

The overall aim of the study programme is to provide broad knowledge and training which aims at fostering the development of critical judgement and independent scientific work in the field of waste management and contaminated site treatment. The programme "Waste Management and Contaminated Site Treatment" is a combined programme which focuses both on natural, economical and engineering science, and the application of water science.

The objective of the course is to educate specialists who are able to cope with the variety of issues arising from the development of waste projects, the operation of waste plants, resource recovery in production processes and the evaluation and remediation of sites contaminated with hazardous compounds.

Students need to choose from the following mandatory electives:
• selected problems of power and process engineering
• selected problems of water
• selected problems of chemistry
and need to take minor subjects out of the following areas: hydrology, settlement water management, environmental economics, process engineering, water management, aquatic ecosystems.

Students are given five months to complete their master's thesis at the end of the course of study.

Study contents

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Documents

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  • study programme regulations
  • examination regulations
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Contact

Immatrikulationsamt

Name

Administrator

Mrs Katharina Weber

Contact Information

Address

Address

Bürohaus, Strehlener Str. 24, 6. Etage, Zi. 613

Address

Post address

TU Dresden
Immatrikulationsamt
01062 Dresden

work Tel
+49 351 463-42000
Office Hours:
Office Hours

Faculty of Environmental Sciences

Name

Academic
Advisor

Mrs Dipl.-Geogr. Christina Görner

Contact Information

Organization Name

Fakultät Umweltwissenschaften

Fakultät Umweltwissenschaften

Address

Address

Neubau Chemie (CHE), Bergstr. 66, Bergstr. 66, Raum P 206

Address

Post address

TU Dresden
Fakultät Umweltwissenschaften
Fachrichtung Hydrowissenschaften
01062 Dresden

work Tel
+49 351 463-37524
Office Hours:
Please contact us for an appointment or refer to the office hours.

International Office

Name

Administrator

Akademisches Auslandsamt

Contact Information

Additional Information