Applications now open for Endeavour Postgraduate Awards
- Endeavour Postgraduate Awards support citizens from eligible countries to undertake a postgraduate qualification at a Masters or PhD level in any field of study in Australia.
- Apply now for a scholarship to enrol in the International WaterCentre Master of Integrated Water Management.
- Applications for the 2014 Endeavour Awards are currently open, and will close on Sunday 30 June 2013.
How to apply:
- Please follow the application process outlined on the Australian Government website: http://www.innovation.gov.au/InternationalEducation/Endeavour/Pages/ApplyNow.aspx
- Select the Master of Integrated Water Management as your first option (CRICOS code 059263A at The University of Queensland / or CRICOS 076855B at The University of Western Australia).
For more information about the application process and entry requirements:
- Web: Endeavour Postgraduate Awards
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or contact your local Australian High Commission or Embassy for further details: www.ausaid.gov.au/about/overseas/Pages/default.aspx
About IWC Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM):
The MIWM program is custom-designed by industry practitioners and academics from a range of disciplines from four leading universities in Australia. The program takes an integrated, whole-of-water cycle approach and equips students with the integration, leadership and managerial skills to become part of an elite group of water leaders with sustainable and holistic solutions to global water challenges.
Since 2008, the MIWM program has welcomed 50 AusAID Australia Awards Scholarships recipients from 33 countries.
MIWM 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.
Study 'International development' or 'Urban water' specialisation streams at The University of Queensland (CRICOS 059263A) or 'Water, land and people' at The University of Western Australia (CRICOS 076855B). The next intake will commence in February 2014 (duration: 1.5 years full-time).
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