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The requirements include, but are not limited to, a Master’s or equivalent from an accredited university in the following fields: [e.g., engineering, natural sciences, geography, GIS/Remote, natural resources management, environmental management, agricultural sciences, earth sciences, resource economics, climate science, geohydrology, hydrology, informatics or similar, etc.] with a strong focus in IWRM.

Candidates who meet the eligibility and academic requirements are welcome to apply via the online application platform at https://

An adequate monthly allowance that includes accommodation; Academic fees; research expenses, amongst others.

The GSP-IWRM will be delivered in full time mode in accordance with NUST Rules for postgraduate studies.

No, this Call is only open to nationals or residents of the five SASSCAL Countries (Angola, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia)


The objective of the SGSP – IWRM is the development and deployment of an innovative and excellent regional collaborative education and research programme at PhD degree level complemented by selected tailor-made short courses for decision makers and industry, as well as a curriculum for a new regional PhD qualification in IWRM.