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Master of Integrated Water Management (Partial Scholarship)
We lead whole-of-water cycle, trans-disciplinary and collaborative research activities, which address current and emerging water issues to influence water management and policy, education and leadership. Our research is empirical, problem-based and generates useful new knowledge.
Recognising the interconnectedness of issues affecting water, we adopt a trans-disciplinary approach to research.
We support our applied research programs with:
By applying a trans-disciplinary approach to investigative activities, we ensure our work generates:
Because our research is context specific, it can directly influence water policy and management.
We develop the capacity of the water sector and practitioners at all levels – institutional, inter and intra-organisational, community and individual – to enhance understanding of integrated water management across the professional spectrum.
Our integrated approach to water research, education and management makes us unique. The three areas of our business – education, projects and applied research – are intricately linked and draw from each other to develop and promote best practices in integrated water management.