MSc Environmental Technology & International Affairs
High flying careers for a better environment.
Over the last few years environmental challenges have taken on a new urgency on a local, regional and global level. In particular, issues regarding the protection and sustainable use of environmental resources have become an existential concern. This puts increasing demands on decision-makers, who require a broad knowledge and understanding of the political, legal, economic and technical issues involved. Everybody concerned, whether as representatives of ministries, international organizations, NGOs or the private sector, has to deal with an ever increasing range of environment related questions.
The ETIA postgraduate MSc Program enables graduates to understand and analyze the relevant scientific and technical issues at the same time as providing them with a sound knowledge of international affairs in order to deal with both current and future challenges concerning the environment and sustainable development.
This interdisciplinary MSc Program is a joint program of the TU Wien and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna. It is a pioneering project in its combination of international issues and environmental technology.
Final Degree: "Master of Science in Environmental Technology and International Affairs" (MSc) granted by the TU Wien in cooperation with the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna
Academic Directors: Prof.Dr. Hans Puxbaum (TU Wien), Prof.Dr. Gerhard Loibl LL.B. (Diplomatic Academy of Vienna)
Duration: 4 Semesters
Tuition Fee: EUR 27.800 (excl. cost of travel and stay)
Next Program Start: September 27, 2021
Application Deadline: March 15, 2021
Admission requirements: Requirement for admission is the possession of an internationally recognized academic degree (all academic degrees in Austria, Bachelor's, Master's or Fachhochschule degrees from Austrian and foreign universities), as well as proof of excellent English language skills (mother tongue, 1st degree in English, CPE, IELTS, TOEFL)
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