The Master of Integrated Water Management is custom-designed by leading practitioners and academics from four high-ranking Australian universities in a range of disciplines to equip students with the skills to become part of an elite group of water leaders for the future.
Integrated, whole-of-water cycle approach The program’s multi-disciplinary, whole-of-water cycle approach draws on international practitioners and academics from a range of disciplines from The University of Queensland, Griffith University, Monash University and the University of Western Australia.
The International WaterCentre As a joint venture, IWC provides a breadth of expertise and experience rarely found in a single organisation. The program is managed by IWC and delivered by the four university members. Students enrol at The University of Queensland and upon graduation receive a co-badged degree.
Is this program for you? IWC students come from a wide variety of fields, including engineering, social sciences, physical sciences, humanities, planning, political science, and many others to bring their unique skills to water management.
Students have a four year undergraduate degree in a related field of study and relevant work experience. They are new, mid or senior level professionals who see the IWC programs as an opportunity to advance or change their career directions or gain new perspectives in their fields.
Upon graduation, IWC students may find employment in such areas as: · High level management positions · International development agencies · National and international consultancy companies · Policy and planning · Government and private corporations · Community and non-government organisations
A completed undergraduate degree in a related field of study from an internationally-recognised institution. Demonstrated English language proficiency