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The Bachelor in Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis programme offers possibilities for careers in governmental organisations at all levels, water boards, research institutes, consultancy companies and non-profit organisations. [+]
This English-taught Bachelor programme on Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis is open to both Dutch and international students who are interested in careers in one of the following professions:Advisor Spatial Planning for water ecosystems Practical researcher Monitoring & Evaluation Eco-hydrologist And professions related to the above.
The programme focuses on current challenges such as climate change, dealing with stakeholders in nature development projects and on the aspects of the monitoring cycle. You will be trained to develop a professional working method and attitude. To assure that our students are well prepared for the professional practice, this programme has been developed in cooperation with expert groups from the water sector. For example knowledge of and practical experience with the Water Framework Directive will be part of the programme; this is an EU directive that strongly influences the work of a present-day water professional.... [-]