Wetskills-The Netherlands 2019
Wetskills goes for the sixth time in the Netherlands!
2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2018 –> 2019: Wetskills Foundation and partners will organize the sixth Wetskills Water Challenge in The Netherlands.
The Wetskills Foundation invites Bachelor, Master, PhD students and recent graduates in The Netherlands and from over the world to apply for this great Wetskills Water Challenge programme in The Netherlands. The presentations will be aligned to and in close cooperation with the Amsterdam International Water Week. Moreover, all Wetskills participants will be part of the integrated Future Water Leader programme of the AIWW.
To all who are interested in a large range of water challenges of and water solutions from The Netherlands and the cultural heritage of Amsterdam and surroundings: this is your chance!
Apply for Wetskills-The Netherlands 2019 (period: 25 October – 7 November 2019)
This sixth Wetskills edition in The Netherlands will be hosted by the Wetskills Foundation and supported by partners as Amsterdam International Water Week, various case owners and other organisations in the Dutch water sector that Wetskills will visit.
The first deadline for registration: 1 June 2019
(After the first deadline, every two weeks Wetskills Foundation will select the last candidates on a first come first serve basis).
Who can apply?
Any Young Water Professionals (up to 5 years of working experience) and last year Bachelor, Master or PhD student and recent graduates from European universities or organizations with a passion for water and intercultural teamwork.
How can I apply?
Prepare a motivation letter and resume, go to the Wetskills website, fill in the online application form on the website and
For more information, please see the pdf below, or visit the Wetskills website.
The Wetskills organization of the edition is looking for Case Owners, companies/organisations that formulate their case and support the Wetskills programme.
For more information, contact Johan Oost (firstname.lastname@example.org).