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Unraveling Scientific Mobility in Germany

Unraveling Scientific Mobility in Germany

Ten of our SASSCAL Graduate Studies Programme in Integrated Water Resources Management (SGSP-IWRM) PhD students at NUST, are in Germany on a scientific mobility initiative.

These bright minds have a unique opportunity to expand their knowledge and collaborate with top researchers in Germany under the guidance of their supervisors.

Over the next few months the students will be hosted by various universities where they will immerse themselves in cutting-edge research, gaining invaluable insights, contributing to global water management solutions and fostering international partnerships.


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.