All4WASH is a project funded by the Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation (NORPART) with a consortium of partner Universities from Norway (University of Science and Technology), Ghana (Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology), South Africa (University of Venda), Tanzania (The Nelson Mandela African Institute of Technology), Ethiopia (Addis Ababa University), Mali (National School of Engineers Bamako) and Uganda (Kampala International University).
The overall aim of the project is to strengthen inclusive education and research in sustainable water supply and sanitation. The project also aims to increase the quality of research and advance knowledge in the areas of circular economy, digitalization, governance, equity & inclusion, resource recovery, health, and climate change.
The scholarship is tenable at the Department of Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology campus in Ålesund.
Number of scholarships: 2
About Smart Water and Environmental Engineering Specialization
Water infrastructure continues to face significant challenges of complex nature in many cities. Rapid urbanization, climate change, ageing infrastructure and the emergence of new contaminants necessitate the need for a paradigm shift towards a new kind of water management intelligence. The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), advanced modelling, simulation and visualization techniques, and a need for more sustainable smart cities, are already leading to a digital transformation of the water sector. Water operation systems are increasingly being integrated with cyber-physical systems, digitalization, and big data.
The MSc. study specialization in smart water and environmental engineering introduces students to traditional engineering approaches, cutting-edge digital technologies and data analytics techniques to address complex water challenges within the context of sustainable development.
- Must have completed a BSc. degree in Civil and/or Environmental Engineering with at least a second-class upper from an All4WASH south partner University.
- Must preferably be a female or from a vulnerable group in the home country.
- Must be committed to conducting MSc. research work in any of the research themes of All4WASH in his/her home country.
- Full Tuition Fees
- Round-trip air tickets
- Monthly Stipends (NOK. 11 229)
- Small grant for MSc. research work
Interested applicants should submit the following documents not later than Monday 21st November 2022 by 11:59 PM (EAT) to the HoD Civil Engineering physically or on the following email: [email protected]
- Application letter
- Bachelor’s degree certificate
For further enquiries, please contact the All4WASH project coordinator:
Name: Dr.Zubeda Ukundimana
E-Mail: [email protected]/ [email protected]
Tel. No: +256707203398/ +250783329137 (Whatsap)
Definition of vulnerable: UN SDG 10: vulnerable due to inequalities in income as well as those based on age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or another status within a country.