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IWRM International - Master of Science with focus on Middle East and Northern Africa Region

Admission Requirements

There is a set of minimum admission requirements for the IWRM-MENA master’s program that all applicants have to fulfil.

These minimum requirements are:

  • Bachelor degree with a minimum grade of 3,0
    (according to the German System with 1,0 the best grade and 4,0 the minimum passing grade)
  • Proof of a relation to the integrated water resources management through previous studies of a minimum of 15 ECTS
  • Proof of proficiency in English language NOT older than five years:
    TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language, USA) of at least 79 points in the internet based version or at home version;
    IELTS (International English Language Testing System, UK), band 6 in the academic version or indicator version;
    Cambridge First (FCE) certificate
    Native English speakers have to prove that English was the language of instruction during their school and university education
  • Letter of the applicant’s study motivation (max. 500 words, in English)
  • A research proposal (two pages, in English)

For more details on the admission requirements of the IWRM-MENA master’s program, see pdf.

In addition to the above requirements, scholarship applicants must meet the requirements of the DAAD EPOS scholarship.

Q&A | Application IWRM-MENA

Oct 17, 2023, 3 pm (German time)
Q&A Session: Application for the IWRM-MENA Master’s Program

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 650 7809 5644
Passcode: MENA

Application Deadline

Foreign applicants: until March 31st each year for the winter semester of the same year.

German applicants: until June 10th each year for the winter semester of the same year.

DAAD Scholarships: Applicants from DAC-list countries can apply for the Master program until November 15th each year for the winter semester of the following year.

Examination Regulations

Partner: German Jordanian University

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