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GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR NEW MASTER OF CATCHMENT SCIENCE PROGRAM

Griffith University is home to the International WaterCentre (IWC), a key player in the global water sector and an important influencer in the Australian water landscape. The IWC is supported by a network of 170 partners and associates worldwide, providing a scope of expertise and experience rarely found in a single water-focused organisation.

To date, over 1,000 water professionals from more than 75 countries have benefitted from the IWC’s far-reaching postgraduate education programs. These programs are designed to change the current thinking about water and develop a new generation of water leaders who can solve complex water management challenges. 

The award-winning Master of Integrated Water Management is centred around a truly integrated approach to water management and aims to equip graduates with practical tools and skills for developing and managing the adoption of innovative solutions to local, regional, national and international water management issues. 

The new Master of Catchment Science is the only catchment-dedicated postgraduate degree in the world and has been designed to develop a new generation of water professionals who understand the full mix of bio-physical processes required to solve catchment issues.

We are pleased to announce that full-tuition scholarships valued up to A$56,000 are now open for international students commencing the Master of Catchment Science in Trimester 1 2020. Please encourage students to apply by 1 October 2019.  

We also offer attractive partial scholarships valued up to A$9,500 for the Master of Integrated Water Management and Master of Catchment Science.

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