SDWA considered that strong research capabilities and activities are essential to education and training. As such students and course participants were exposed to mature reflections on the results generated through the research projects in which SDWA members were involved, and also to results from research done elsewhere.
As part of this approach SDWA was spearheading a new double M.Sc. degree program in Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management in collaboration between the National University of Singapore and the Delft University of Technology. The programme is based on an institutionally innovative concept under which students spend one year of study in both Singapore and The Netherlands and receive separate M.Sc. degrees from both Universities.
The programme is still ongoing. More information can be found here.