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, bringing together social, economic, ecological, and engineering dimensions to effectively address complex sustainable development challenges that have water at their core.
For anyone thinking of enrolling in the MIWM, I’d like to say that it is not an engineering course. It’s made up of students from all kinds of water-related professions from all over the world. You’ll gain a lot from the course, and gain from sharing knowledge and experience with the class.
Pauline Komolong, Papua New Guinea, 2013 Cohort
The MIWM Program has been custom-designed to offer water professionals an industry-leading, integrated learning experience. The program is built around workshops, field trips and problem-based learning activities developed to align with real-world water management challenges.
There is only one intake per year in Trimester 1 (February) and the Program commences with a week of on-campus workshops and field work. The first three days involve a field trip to North Stradbroke Island (Queensland), with the remainder of the week spent at Griffith University participating in intensive workshops and lectures.
(International students, full-time)
(Domestic students, full-time or part-time/distance)
Tuition fees for 2019 entry.
The tuition fees for the program are set for Domestic and International candidates below:
Australian citizens can apply for FEE-Help, an Australian government loan to help with tuition fees. Australian Government tax incentives (self-education expenses) may also be available for professional development education expenses.
A range of scholarships are awarded annually to high-calibre candidates who clearly demonstrate potential as future water leaders.
We have scholarships available to both international and domestic students.
The Australia Awards Scholarship offers the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to study, research and develop professionally at Australian Universities. In return, Australia Awards scholars are expected to return to their home country and contribute to their regions development.
Value of this scholarship includes:
For more information view the Australia Awards Scholarship website.
There are two IWC-Ken Thiess Scholarships available annually, targeted at international candidates who meet the minimum eligibility requirements, hold citizenship and currently live in one of the priority countries. These countries include the Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. One of these scholarships will be reserved and awarded to a female candidate.
Value for this scholarship is AU$92,645, which covers:
For more information view the Terms and Conditions for this scholarship.
One full tuition Type B scholarship is available annually, targeted at international candidates who meet the minimum eligibility requirements, hold citizenship and currently live in North America, Europe or Asia.Up to a further two full tuition scholarships are also offered to domest applicants every year.
Value for this scholarship is AU$52,500, which covers:
Unsuccessful Type A and B scholarship applicants who are accepted into the program as self-funded students will have access to the IWC Masters Scholarships (Partial). Information will be provided in November.
Value for this scholarship is AU$9,500, which covers:
The Endeavor Scholarship is awarded to Postgraduate applicants from select countries to promote knowledge, education links and enduring ties between Australia, its neighbours and global partners.
For more information view the Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships website.
The IWC offers up to two full tuition scholarships annually to Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents to study the Master of Integrated Water Management for full-time (1.5 years) or part-time/distance (3 years) study.
Each scholarship covers the program’s full tuition fees and will also cover the costs of airfares from any capital city in Australia or New Zealand to attend the mandatory ‘intensives’ in Brisbane.
For more information view the Terms and Conditions [hyperlink] for this scholarship.
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You’ve read the syllabus, reviewed the FAQs – before you apply and you’re ready to join us for the Master of Integrated Water Management Program.
You can apply now through the Griffith University Online Application Portal:
When you enrol through Griffith University you will need to create an account, and follow the instructions on screen. You can save an incomplete application and return later.
Please upload copies of academic transcripts, award certificates and translations when required. If you are an international student you will also need to upload a proof of English Language Proficiency during the application process.
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Below you will find answers to our most frequently asked questions. Detailed information on the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management program, structure and delivery can be found in the program syllabus and brochure.
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