Where appropriate, you can also opt for one of the four thematic study profiles: water resources management, water services management, water conflict management and water quality management.
An integration phase towards the end of the taught part of the programme will ensure that you get hands on experience with integrated approaches and multidisciplinary collaboration. Apply for the programme in Water Management and Governance and compose your own study trajectory or enroll in one of four study profiles during the course of the programme.
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In the context of rapid climate, land cover and other environmental changes, the requirement to protect communities against water-related na "Understanding the risks and opportunities presented by the changing water cycle, and the intensifing demands and competition for freshwater, are some of the most pressing challenges facing scientists, water managers and policymakers. In the context of rapid climate, land cover and other environmental changes, the requirement to protect communities against water-related natural hazards; the stewardship of water resources to provide reliable water quantity and quality, and the provision of clean, safely-managed drinking water and improved sanitation to a population predicted to exceed 9 billion, constitute a defining challenge for the 21st century.
Water: science, policy, and management; challenges and opportunities
This challenge has inspired the University of Oxford to offer a graduate programme in Water Science Policy and Management since , which to date has seen over students from 55 countries graduate, of which more than half are women. This book is formed from contributions from more than a dozen academics and practitioners who have taught the course, in each case writing in co-authorship with more than two dozen alumni" Get A Copy. Expected publication: November 7th by Wiley-Blackwell. More Details Friend Reviews.