Water, Sanitation and Health at University of Leeds
University of Leeds conducts research into water, sanitation and health across the globe, and across many disciplines. Our researchers are often affiliated with transdisciplinary groups, such as the Centre for Global Development and Water@Leeds.
This blog is a place to hear from our students, staff and alumni about their experiences as researchers, learners and practitioners.
Check out the latest blogs from our students, staff and alumni
Pieces by University of Leeds WASHies published elsewhere
Interested in studying water, sanitation and health?
Several courses at University of Leeds will allow you to learn more about water, sanitation and health. These include (but are not limited to):
- Master of Engineering (Civil and Environmental)
- Master of Science in Water, Sanitation and Health Engineering
- Master of Science in Environmental Engineering and Project Management
- Master of Public Health (International)
- Several of the Master of Arts programmes in political and international studies
- PhDs within the Centre for Doctoral Training in Water and Waste Infrastructure Services Engineered for Resilience (Water-WISER)
Something we should add?
This blog is managed by Dr Paul Hutchings, but is informal - it is not supposed to represent a specific research project, group or programme at the University, and it is not restricted to WASH research in lower and middle income countries (after all, the Sustainable Development Goals apply to all of us!). It is a place to share our research findings and experiences. If you would like to contribute a blog, suggest an event, add a course to the list or something else, please feel free to shoot Paul an email.