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Master of Integrated Water Management

The International WaterCentre Master of Integrated Water Management creates water leaders by drawing on international teaching and research from many fields to provide a transdisciplinary, whole-of-water-cycle approach to water management.

 

Get a degree from Australia's top universities

The program was created as a unique collaboration between four leading Australian universities:

IWC Member Universities

 

While students enrol at The University of Queensland, 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.

IWC founding universities are highly ranked, among the top 1% in the world for teaching and research (QS World University Rankings).

*Note: part-time/distance available only to Australian/New Zealand citizens and Australian Permanent Residents.

 

Program highlights

 

Career opportunities

MIWM graduates are well-equipped to pursue work with NGOs, government or aid agencies, consultancies, water utilities, community development agencies, environmental regulators and agricultural, mining and industrial companies. Read more

 

Develop your skills and knowledge

You can choose one of three specialisation streams:

You can also tailor your final project experience to meet your professional or career development aspirations, either within your current work environment or as a placement with a host organisation, in Australia or overseas.

 

Scholarships and grants

A range of funding options exist for students who are interested in this program:

 

Study water management and advance your career

The IWC whole-of-water cycle perspective acknowledges all natural and human processes which water undergoes from catchment to coast.
  • Become familiar with all aspects of integrated water management.
  • Gain water management expertise for developed and developing countries.
  • Understand the importance of integrated water management from a global to local scale.
  • Learn integration and managerial skills for planning, design and operation of water projects and facilities.
  • Understand the principles of managing water supply, wastewater treatment and urban infrastructure projects.
  • Recognise the socio-economic factors affecting water solutions.
  • Study governance and institutional frameworks underpinning water management.

 

Join a diverse group of water professionals

IWC students come from diverse academic backgrounds such as engineering, biology, chemistry, geology, public health, hydrology, natural resource management, social sciences and philosophy. They are new, mid or senior level professionals who want to change career direction or gain new perspectives in their fields.

IWC students come from all over the world, bringing with them great cultural and professional diversity. Students support each other and build strong professional and personal friendships.

 

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