Online methodology


The student is at the heart of the School of Water’s online teaching model.


The School of Water’s Campus is a training environment which offers you a unique situational learning experience, based on professional challenges from the sector that you may face in your future professional life.

The teaching method of the knowledge units is presented in transmedia formats which allow students to learn in a pleasant way.

The Water Resources Centre (CREA), a virtual space where you will be able to find books, articles, reports, seminars and all kinds of bibliography organized by areas of knowledge.

In addition to a dynamic community of fellow students and an expert teaching body, you will have an academic tutor who accompanies you right from the start.

Team of experts in the different spheres of the complete water cycle who provide you with the knowledge and experience acquired in their extensive professional career.

Key space for networking which offers exclusive access to resources and documentation, professional advice, a job vacancy service and the consultation of experts, in addition to preferential attendance of events and debates of interest from the sector.



A unique technical and management training experience

The methodology and the support resources are designed to facilitate autonomous, flexible and practice-orientated learning.

The innovative educational approach of the materials involves resolving CHALLENGES based on the real professional issues that you will have to confront during your professional career.

First we present the challenge that you will have to resolve and that you may face in a real situation; you will then be able to access the transmedia content in order to find your solution; finally, you have to deliver your solution which you will be able to contrast with the solution proposed by the expert.


Transmedia formats

The challenges and other contents are presented in various transmedia formats:

Radio programmes..
Mini-reports, interviews, competitions, news, last-minute information....

Television programmes. 
Audiovisual reports, and resources which complement the content in an educational manner.

Digital magazines and publications.
Knowledge of journalistic, friendly and dynamic language.

Manuals with notes written by the expert.
Annotations, tips, reviews, highlighting what is really applied in the professional world.

Interactive elements


To understand what the School of Water’s Virtual Campus is like, we recommend that you watch this video which will clear up any doubts that you may have: