IWC Scholarships (Domestic) – closing soon!

IWC Scholarships (Domestic) – closing soon!

IWC is currently offering a range of scholarships for candidates in Australia interested in joining the next intake of the Water Leadership Program or Master of Integrated Water Management. Apply now!
IWC Scholarships (Domestic) - closing soon!

Scholarship applications will close 30 September for the IWC Water Leadership Program and 1 October for the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management.

Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) ScholarshipsMaster of Integrated Water Management Scholarships

Up to two full-tuition scholarships (each valued at $49,920) for part-time/distance (3 years) or full-time study (1.5 years)

IWC is currently offering scholarships for high calibre domestic* candidates to study the Master of Integrated Water Management commencing in Semester 1, 2016.

The program is designed to fast-track career development and equip students with transdisciplinary skills in integrated water management.

Students enrol at The University of Queensland and choose one of three specialisation streams: ‘International development’; ‘Urban water’ or ‘Water, land and people’.

• Apply for an IWC Masters Scholarship by 1 October

• Download the MIWM program brochure (PDF)


Water Leadership Program (WLP) Scholarships

Water Leadership Program Scholarships

Several full ($11,500) and half ($5,750) scholarships

Designed for emerging water leaders at the project to middle management level, the IWC Water Leadership Program helps participants to develop the abilities they need to exert influence, drive change and advance challenging integrated water management projects.

The 2015/16 program will start in December and run for nine months with two face-to-face sessions in Brisbane and various distance/online elements including coaching.

• Apply for a WLP Scholarship (extended deadline! Applications will now close on30 September)

• Download the WLP program flyer (PDF)


* Domestic candidates are Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens. IWC Scholarships are available for new students who are not currently enrolled in our programs.

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