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Partial scholarships now available for IWC Masters Program

To support future water leaders the International WaterCentre (IWC) is offering partial scholarships to self-funded international students enrolling in the Master of Integrated Water Management Program in 2018.
Partial scholarships now available for IWC Masters Program

Partial scholarships are now available for international students studying the MIWM in 2018

Self-funded international students who enrol for the Master of Integrated Water Management before 30 November 2017 and do not receive any full-tuition scholarship or support to study are eligible for a partial scholarship to cover part of their program tuition fees plus return flights to Australia.

The Master of Integrated Water Management is an opportunity to develop practical knowledge and skills in Integrated Water Management through problem-based learning projects, workshops, case studies, and field trips to Cairns, North Stradbroke Island, Perth, Thailand and around South East Queensland. You can read about our other program highlights here.

Using problem-based and experiential learning, the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) is designed to fast-track career development and equip students with transdisciplinary skills in Integrated Water Management.

Partial scholarships

To receive a partial scholarship, eligible students must receive an unconditional offer of admission from The University of Queensland into the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management commencing in Semester 1, 2018 and have successfully enrolled in the program by February 2018.

For international students, each partial scholarship has a total value of AU$9,000 (unless otherwise specified) plus the cost of return flights to Australia (terms and conditions apply). More information on the partial scholarships and the terms and conditions can be found here.

About the MIWM Program

The Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) is one of the few programs in the world that takes a truly integrated approach to water management. The program brings together the social, economic, ecological and engineering dimensions of water management to effectively address complex sustainable development challenges that have water at their core. Designed to build future water leaders the program has three specialised learning streams: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Development, Water, Land and People, and Urban Water.

More information

For more information on the IWC MIWM Scholarships or Program please contact:

IWC Education Team
E admin@watercentre.org
T +61 7 3028 7600

 

 

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