Global Sanitation Graduate School (GSGS)
The Global Sanitation Graduate School is a platform to facilitate the development and empower the dissemination of knowledge on sanitation through postgraduate (MSc) programs, online (self-study and instructor-led) courses, face-to-face (on-campus) courses and tailor-made training so that the sanitation challenges can be embraced with deeper insight, advanced knowledge, and greater confidence. It also provides an enabling environment with a vibrant community of professionals who have completed one or more educational or training courses offered by members of the School. The School offers a variety of course materials as open courseware. Please note that the actual enrollment on a course, program or training courses can only take place via the providers' official website and associated application procedures. Links are provided.
The World Bank scholarships available for MSc in Sanitation program in Delft
Masters of Science Program in Sanitation of IHE Delft has been selected to be a Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program preferred masters degree program. This is a great opportunity for eligible candidates from more than 100 countries to apply for the scholarship for the academic year 2020-2021. For eligibility criteria and application procedure please visit the JJWBGSP website. Please note that IHE Delft and GSGS will not be directly involved in the selection process.
Stories from the field
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, IHE Delft and their partners invite alumni members of the Global Sanitation Graduate School to share examples from their professional lives that demonstrate how they have used and/or applied knowledge gained from their participation in the Alliance’s activities. Find more on how to submit your story here.
Meet our alumni
Every scholar who has completed one or more educational or training courses offered by the Global Sanitation Graduate School will join a vibrant community of alumni. In addition, the database includes many course instructors, teachers, and supervisors.