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Tuition fees for 2018 entry

The tuition fees for the program are set for Domestic and International candidates below:

  • International students
UQ enrolled MIWM international fees for 2018 entry have been set at AUD$56,133 for the whole program (see below table).
 
Partial scholarships valued at AUD$9,000 (plus the cost of a return flight to Australia up to the value of $2,250) are available to all self-funded international students in 2018, bringing the whole program cost to AUD$44,833.
 

Semester 1 & 2 (annual FT) Semester 3 (FT) - Final Project Whole program
Full cost AUD$36,688  AUD$18,344  AUD$56,133 
Partial scholarship (AUD$9,000)  Less $5,000 
AUD$31,688
Less $4,000 
AUD$14,344
Less $9,000
AUD$47,133 fees
Less $2,250 flights 
AUD$44,833 net
  • Domestic students

Griffith enrolled MIWM domestic fees for 2018 entry have been set at AUD$52,416 for the whole program (see below table).

Partial scholarships valued at AUD$7,500 are available to all self-funded domestic students in 2018. 

  Semester 1 & 2 (annual FT) Semester 3 (FT) - Final Project Whole program 
Full cost AUD$34,944   AUD$17,472 AUD$52,416 
Partial scholarship (AUD$7,500)  Less $4,000
AUD$30,944
Less $3,500
AUD$13,972 
Less $7,500 
AUD$44,916

Included in fees

  • IWC Professional Development Grant (AU$1,000) which can be used towards your final project or professional development (for Masters and Graduate Diploma students)
  • Field trips: IWC covers the costs of most field trips including travel from campus, accommodation and meals. However some field trips are only partially subsidised by IWC: please refer to the field trips page for more information about their cost.
  • Networking opportunities with industry professionals 
  • Course materials (learning guides, module readers, DVDs, etc)

 

Scholarships

Several scholarships and other funding options are available to study the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management:

 

Fee-Help 

Australian citizens can apply for Fee-Help, an Australian government loan to help with tuition fees:

More information on FEE-Help

Australian Government tax incentives (self education expenses) may also be available for professional development education expenses.

 

Questions

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