Admission requirements for the Master Program in Environmental Technology are a bachelor degree in environmental engineering, chemical engineering, biotechnology or corresponding studies. Candidates, with a bachelor degree in related areas, will also be considered, if having undertaken a minimum of 30 credits of applied chemistry, applied microbiology/biotechnology or similar subjects. All master programmes in technology/civil engineer require 30 credits of mathematics/statistics.
Normally, the level of grades of those that are short-listed is equivalent to a Second Class Upper Division or better. Applicants with a grade level equivalent to Second Class Lower Division, or lower, will normally not be considered for admission.