Last chance to enrol in IWC education programs and receive a partial scholarship

Last chance to enrol in IWC education programs and receive a partial scholarship

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Partial scholarships ($7,000 for the Master of Integrated Water Management and $2,000 for the Graduate Certificate in Water Planning) remain available for each self-funded student commencing study this semester.
Last chance to enrol in IWC education programs and receive a partial scholarship

IWC education programs are designed to equip participants with transdisciplinary skills in integrated water management, fast-track their career development and build their capacity to create innovative and sustainable solutions to complex water management issues.

Both programs will commence on 20 February with a week-long intensive in Brisbane including a three-day field trip to North Stradbroke Island.

Program applications close on 31 January for domestic students*.

Master of Integrated Water Management

Campus: The University of Queensland, St Lucia – 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part-time/distanceMIWM brochure

Three specialisation streams are available: ‘International development’, ‘Urban water’ and ‘Water, land and people’.

Enrol at The University of Queensland and study 1.5 years full-time or 3 years part- time/distance. The program is also available as a Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma.

Program brochure (PDF)

$7,000 partial scholarships details

Watch video testimonials from recent graduates

Apply now for this program

 

Graduate Certificate in Water Planning

Campus: Griffith University, Nathan – 1 year part-time/distance onlyGrad Cert Water Planning brochure

Enrol at Griffith University and study part-time/distance for one year. You can then choose to continue onto the IWC Graduate Diploma and Master in IWM.

Program brochure (PDF)

$2,000 partial scholarships details

Apply now for this program

 

 

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 * Applications are now closed for international students. Part-time/distance option available only for domestic students: Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents.

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