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Australia, the land of droughts and flooding rains is an ideal location to study water resource management issues. Enrol at Griffith University (Nathan campus) and enjoy all that Brisbane has to offer: a modern city, relaxed lifestyle and subtropical climate.

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Australia's expertise in water management

5 reasons to study in Australia:
  • World-class universities
  • High level of expertise in water management
  • Relaxed lifestyle
  • Safe environment
  • Great career opportunities

 Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth. It is a country whose water resources are highly susceptible to changes in temperature and the hydrological regime.

The Australian water industry is globally respected for its knowledge and technical capability in a diverse range of water management practices, and Australian research efforts are increasingly recognising the importance of integrating different disciplines for more effective water policy.

> Watch Australia's Future Unlimited video

 

Griffith University, Nathan

The Nathan campus is home to world-class expertise in the environment, corporate sustainability, Asian studies and the emerging biosciences. With panoramic views of Brisbane, the campus is the site of Australia's first teaching and research building driven by a combination of solar power and hydrogen energy.

The six-star, green-rated Sir Samuel Griffith Centre opened in 2013, providing students with innovative new learning spaces. The Centre also hosts the Red Zone, where students and visitors can relax and play with interactive technology and massive projection displays. The campus also has a new social space, the Campus Heart, and a range of sporting facilities and student clubs and societies. Learn more here 

 

Sir Samuel Griffith Centre

 

Brisbane: a modern city, relaxed lifestyle, subtropical climate

Built on and around the hills overlooking the Brisbane River, Australia’s third largest city is characterised by a subtropical climate, safe and relaxed outdoor lifestyle, unique “Queenslander” architecture, bustling restaurants and cafes, and thriving arts, sports and entertainment scenes.

With a multicultural population of just over two million, Brisbane is large enough to offer all the advantages of a modern city – including Australia’s most popular art museum, state-of-the-art sporting grounds, world-class higher education institutes, a major inner-city business hub and diverse eating districts – but small enough to retain the country charm for which it is renowned.

An hour’s drive south of the city are the golden beaches and theme parks of the Gold Coast. North from Brisbane are the Sunshine Coast beaches, national parks, rainforests and attractions like Australia Zoo.

Just off the coast are the pristine Stradbroke and Moreton Islands, both popular day-trip or holiday destinations for locals and visitors alike. 

Brisbane South Bank

More information:

> Study in Brisbane (external link)

> Guide to studying in Brisbane (PDF)

> Field trip to North Stradbroke Island

> Accommodation in Brisbane

> Brisbane City Council (external link)

> Things to do in Brisbane (external link)

 

 

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