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Statements from faculty members

O.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.rer.nat. Paul Hans Brunner
Professor and head
Institute for Water Quality, resource and Waste Management
TU Wien

The base for effective environmental protection is a sound knowledge of methods for analysis, evaluation and design of natural and manmade systems. The ETIA curriculum provides these skills in a goal oriented and interdisciplinary way combining a tailor made social science program with advanced natural science and engineering courses.

Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Helmut Rechberger
TU Wien

We have plenty of knowledge about environmental problems and their technological solutions at the academic level. However, we require excellent people who can translate these topics for decision makers and help to turn knowledge into actions. This MSc Program delivers such people.

Prof.DDr.hc. Manfred Grasserbauer
Director of the Institute for Environment & Sustainability
Diretorate General Joint Research Centre, European Commission

The future developement of the globalized earth, which currently comprises 6.7 billion people, 1,000 nations and 200 countries, must be based on a proper equilibrium between economic growth, social cohesion and quality of the environment. Environmental technology is the key to solve the huge challenges facing us all. This MSc Program examines the most pertinent issues and is therefore very attracitve to anybody actively engaged in international affairs, be it in the civil service, industry or trade.

Dr. Hannes Schaffer
mecca consulting

Promoting a global and integrated understanding of current environmental issues is crucial in a time of increasing environmental challenges. This Msc program meets the demands of the future by combining a sound knowledge of technical issues and international affairs.

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