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Program Launch: IWC Master of Integrated Water Management at UWA

Please join us for the launch of IWC Master of Integrated Water Management which will be available -for the first time- at The University of Western Australia (Albany campus) from Semester 1, 2013.


The launch of this new program is part of the process of establishing WA as a key higher education destination for future water leaders and ensuring the state's skills needs within the water, agricultural and resource sectors are met with the very best in collaborative higher education delivery.

The Hon Bill Marmion MLA, Minister for Water, WA, has accepted to open the event. Other guest speakers will include: W/Prof Tony O'Donnell, Dean of the Faculties of Science, UWA; Mr Mark Pascoe, CEO, International WaterCentre; and Prof Peter Davies, Director, Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management, UWA.

You should attend this event if you want to hear about how postgraduate education can contribute to effective water leadership and build the capacity of the state in integrated water management. Come and enjoy drinks, canapés and the company of your peers!

• Date: Tuesday 7 August 2012
• Time: 5:30 - 8:00pm
• Venue: UWA University Club (Banquet Hall South), Hackett Drive, UWA Campus - Crawley, Western Australia


How to RSVP

The event is free of charge. Please RSVP by 1 August as places are limited:
• RSVP online:
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About the program

IWC has been successfully delivering the MIWM program in Queensland for the last five years; however, 2013 will mark a new milestone with the opportunity for students to enrol at The University of Western Australia, Albany campus (full-time or part-time/distance). Through the specialisation stream 'Water, land and people', students will be well equipped to work on some of the most difficult technical and social issues present in water resource policy and management, mining development, and indigenous and rural community engagement.

The program aims at creating tomorrow's water leaders by taking a truly integrated approach to water management. It is co-badged and co-delivered by lecturers from the University of Western Australia, the University of Queensland, Griffith University, and Monash University.

Full-tuition scholarships are currently available to international and Australian students.

More information:



Delphine Gonchond, Marketing and Communications Manager:, 07 3123 7766 ext 124


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