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agrinatura Master of Science

Water management for rural development

         Water management for rural development is offered by:

-          Wageningen University (Netherlands) for the M1
-          Montpellier SupAgro (France) for theM2
 
Training objectives:
Graduates from this particular track should be able to:
-          Scientifically analyse physical, technical and socio-economic aspects of land and water management;
-          Develop a comparative insight in different land use and land management situations;
-          Develop an academic and interdisciplinary attitude;
-          Work at different scales (field, farm, watershed and region), with different actors;
-          Relate irrigated production to the other sectors of the rural livelihood;
-          Critically assess irrigated systems in order to identify limiting factors and bottlenecks;
-          Evaluate (technical, economic, social) consequences of the possible solutions for all the people concerned;
-          Conceptualise and implement global development policies / projects in situations where irrigation is key;
-          Monitor and evaluate irrigation development projects.
 
Courses M1 and M2
Read more, click on the PDF files below
 
 
For the M2 in Montpellier, students will follow the Montpellier's specialisation SAT (admin/files/sat-presentation-generale-&-objectifs_en.docxadmin/files/sat-ue-par-parcours-et-ects_enx.pdf). Two options allow either to concentrate : 
    - on systemic approaches (more environmental and technical issues) : RESAD (admin/files/parcours-resad-complet_enx.pdfadmin/files/parcours-resad-resume_en.pdf ) and
    - or on policy questions (land, services and chains organisation) : MOQUAS (admin/files/parcours-moquas-complet-1_enx.pdf; admin/files/parcours-moquas-resume_en.pdf).
 
Students will have to choose between RESAD and MOQUAS.

 


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