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Endeavour Scholarships and Australia Awards Scholarships

Australia Awards and Endeavour Scholarships are an Australian Government initiative designed to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia, its neighbours and the global community.

Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarships

The Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarships are an Australian Government’s internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship program that provides up to AUD $140,500 for Master-level studies for applicants from selected countries.

In 2014, over 50 international students from 19 countries around the world received a Master-level Endeavour Scholarship to study a postgraduate degree in Australia.

How to apply for an Endeavour Scholarship

Applications for the 2017 round are now closed.

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Australia Awards Scholarships

Applications for the 2018 round are OPEN.

Australia Awards Scholarships are prestigious international Scholarships and Fellowships funded by the Australian Government. They offer the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake study, research and professional development in Australia and for high-achieving Australians to do the same overseas.

They provide opportunities for candidates from selected participating countries to undertake full-time postgraduate study at participating Australian universities (The University of Queensland is a participating institution).

In return, Australia Awards scholars are expected to go back to their home country upon completion of their studies to contribute to their country/region's development.  

Can I study the Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) with an Australia Award Scholarship?

Yes the MIWM program is highly relevant if the following development priorities appear among your home country's list of development priorities:

  • Water and sanitation;
  • Water resource management;
  • Natural resource management;
  • Sustainable development;
  • Sanitation and hygiene;
  • Environment;
  • Urban water management;

  • Urban/regional planning;

  • Land and water management;

  • Governance;
  • Public Health;
  • Mining;
  • Agriculture/food security;
  • Rural development;
  • Livelihoods/poverty alleviation;
  • International development;
  • Community development;
  • Climate change.

For further information about how the MIWM program meets the above development priorities, please refer to the MIWM Syllabus or contact us.

The MIWM program is designed to develop future water leaders by equipping students with the strategic, managerial and technical skills they need to advance in the water sector. Using problem-based and experiential learning, IWC students create and implement integrated solutions to real-world water and climate change challenges.

Since 2008, the MIWM has welcomed 71 Australia Awards sponsored students from 39 countries. > see list of eligible countries

IWC graduates are capable of providing water management expertise to help reduce poverty through sustainable use of water; provide technical and managerial input into the planning, design and operation of water projects and facilities; understand the principles of managing water, wastewater and stormwater systems and water sensitive urban design; recognise the socio-economic factors relevant to effective water solutions; and understand governance frameworks for good water management.

The program prepares students to management positions in the public, private and non-governmental sectors, international development agencies, consultancies, private water management companies, utilities, or policy and planning bodies at various levels of government.

  • Master of Integrated Water Management CRICOS code:

CRICOS 059263A (The University of Queensland, education provider 00025B)

Australia Awards Scholarships benefits

  • Full tuition fees
  • Return flights
  • Establishment allowance
  • Contribution to Living Expenses
  • Introductory Academic Program (IAP)
  • Student Health Cover (OSHC)
  • Visa expenses
  • Pre-course English (PCE) fees and Supplementary Academic Support (Tutorial Assistance), if needed

How to apply for an Australia Award Scholarship

  1. Check the open and closing dates for your country, and select your country of citizenship from the list of participating countries for specific information on eligibility, priority areas and how to apply. Applications for the 2018 round are now OPEN.

  2. If you intend to apply, you must read the Scholarships handbook. The handbook provides information including general eligibility requirements, selection processes, entitlements and awardee responsibilities. 
  3. If your country accepts online applications, please complete your online application via the OASIS system:

Otherwise please refer to your participating country profile for instructions on how to apply.

  1. IMPORTANT - If you wish to study IWC Master of Integrated Water Management, please select the program as Option 1 (CRICOS 059263A at The University of Queensland).

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 Australia Awards Scholarships - featured recipients

 Eka Sulistiyowati

(Vietnam)

Kasenga Hara 
Kasenga Hara
(Zambia)


M Faridy
Thakur Thapa Magar   Thakur Thapa Magar (Nepal)

Towela Kazunga
Towela Kazunga (Zambia)


Antony Mwenje   Antony Mwenje
(Kenya)

Erickson Sammy
George Chen
Lien
Phuong Lien Tran (Vietnam)


Ronaldo Inguane 
Ronaldo Inguage
(Mozambique)


Moses Kalenga 
Pauline Komolong

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this webpage is for educational purposes only; no warranty is offered on the accuracy of this information. The International WaterCentre Pty Ltd cannot be held responsible for inaccurate information on this webpage. Please refer to the Australia Awards website for official announcements and up-to-date information on the scholarships and awards offered under the Australia Awards initiative.


 

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