Successful graduates are awarded the academic degree Master of Advanced Studies ETH in Sustainable Water Resources (MAS ETH SWR).
The MAS in Sustainable Water Resources is a full-time 12 month study program. A total of 66 credit points ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) must be acquired in order to obtain the MAS degree.
Language of Instruction
Courses, seminars, and communication with academic advisors are typically held in English. The MAS thesis must be written and defended in English. However, it is possible to take some courses in German and if requested, to write the thesis in German.
The tuition fees are 5’000 Swiss Francs (approximately $5'000 or 4'600 Euro), not including living expenses. The fees are payable in two parts: half is due in October, the second half is due in April.
Students are enrolled at ETH Zurich and are entitled to the use of all academic facilities, including student computer rooms, excellent libraries with electronic access to journals, discounted meals in student cafeterias, as well as access to sport and leisure facilities.