Overview
The University of Algarve is partner in a European consortium with the Universidad de Cantabria (Spain) and Delft Institute for Water Education (The Netherlands) in the creation of a new Erasmus Mundus Master in COASTHazar - Coastal Hazards, Risks, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation.

Objectives

This new master's degree, coordinated by IHE Delft, aims to prepare students for professional careers that will help societies face and adapt to coastal hazards and associated risks, and to meet the worldwide need for qualified professionals in coastal engineering and management.

The highly trained COASTHazar graduates are expected to have the skills needed to design and implement climate change adaptation measures in vulnerable areas.

Tuition and Annual Tuition Fee 2022/2023

National Students: 

International Students*: 

Application Fee: 

Registration Fee and School Insurance: 

Note: The tuition of this course can be paid in 10 installments, being the first at the time of registration and the remaining in the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May and June.

* in accordance with Decree-Law No. 36/2014, changed by Decree-Law No.62/2018, of 6th August, international students are nationals of a country which is not a Member State of the European Union and are not a legally resident in EU for more than 2 uninterrupted years by 1st of January of the enrolment year

The application is made through the Erasmus Mundus master's official website