Apply for a Master of Integrated Water Management scholarship!
Master of Integrated Water ManagementThe Master of Integrated Water Management program aims to build future leaders in water management with an emphasis on working either in rural international development, in urban water policy and management, or across stakeholders in the context of integrating water resource management for water, food, energy and environment. The program draws on the expertise of international leaders in education and research across a wide breadth of disciplines, taking a trans-disciplinary whole-of-water-cycle approach that equips students with practical tools and skills for developing and managing the implementation of innovative solutions to local, regional, national and international water challenges.
This program is custom-designed to give participants the technical, managerial and leadership skills they need to create innovative and sustainable solutions to global water challenges. Three specialisation streams are available:
- International Development
- Urban Water
- Water, Land and People
While students enroll at UQ, modules are jointly delivered by world-leading industry experts and lecturers from IWC’s four founding universities. Upon graduation, students receive a co-badged degree. This means they receive a testamur with the logos of all four universities. For more information, visit the IWC website (www.watercentre.org/education/masters).
Program: Master of Integrated Water Management
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Duration: 1.5 years
Semester intake: February
Application deadline: November 29, 2016
Scholarships for Master of Integrated Water Management candidates
The International WaterCentre (IWC) is currently offering a
full-tuition scholarship for a future water leader from North America,
Europe and selected countries in Asia to study the Master of Integrated
Water Management commencing in February 2017 at the University of
- U.S. and Canada citizens can apply for this scholarship (valued at AU$52,500)
- Apply online by July 31, 2016
- Note: unsuccessful U.S. and Canadian applicants for the scholarship who are self-funded will also have access to partial scholarships (up to the value of AU$9,500 – including AU$7,000 towards tuition fees and return flights to Australia)