Partial scholarships available for self-funded students
Self-funded students are international and domestic students who do not receive any full-tuition scholarship. Note: students who receive a loan (eg. FEE-HELP) or funding from their employer remain eligible for a partial scholarship.
Each partial scholarship has a total value of AU$7,000 for the full Master of Integrated Water Management (or AU$2,000 for the Graduate Certificate in Water Planning) and aims to cover part of the tuition fees.
Both programs are designed to equip students with transdisciplinary skills in integrated water management, fast-track their career development and build their capacity to create innovative and sustainable solutions to complex water management challenges.
To receive a partial scholarship: no need to complete a separate scholarship application form. Simply apply for any of the following programs by 31 January 2016 (if you are a domestic* student) or 30 November 2015 (if you are an international student) and enrol before the program begins in February 2016.
- Campus: The University of Queensland, St Lucia – study 1.5 years full-time or three years part-time/distance*. Program available for international and domestic students. Option to exit the program at the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma level. Read more about the Masters program.
- More details about the $7,000 partial scholarship
- Apply now for the Masters program
- Campus: Griffith University, Nathan – study one year part-time/distance*. Program available for domestic students only. Read more about the Grad Cert in Water Planning.
- More details about the $2,000 partial scholarship
- Apply now for the Graduate Certificate
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* Part-time/distance option available only for domestic students: Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents.