"Integrated water resources management" Master's Program (2 years)

The program covers interdisciplinary issues in the field of supply, distribution and rational use of water resources in Central Asia. The aim is exchange of advanced international practices to aid in solving water and environmental problems at all levels.

The program content is developed in collaboration with the Free University of Berlin (Freie Universität Berlin) having many years of experience in education in the field of Water Management including Central Asia.

Courses are conducted by professors from Freie Universität Berlin and experts from German and Central Asian organizations. Students actively participate in research projects and practical activities.



  • Module "Pedagogy and psychology of higher education"
  • Module "Professional English"
  • Module "Management in water resources"
  • Module "Theoretical basis of scientific research"
  • Module "Basis of the IWRM"
  • Module "Environmental Policy, Legislation& Economy"
  • Module "Technical aspect of IWRM"
  • Module "Field research and data analyses"
  • Module "Scientific research of master student"


The program graduates may obtain professional development:

  • at public administration bodies;
  • at state, municipal and private enterprises and institutions for water supply;
  • at national and international unions, non-governmental organizations;
  • at higher education institutions;
  • in the field of nature protection, environment and natural resources.