Master of Integrated Water Management

Griffith University

The Master of Integrated Water Management creates water leaders by drawing on international teaching and research from many fields to provide a trans-disciplinary, whole-of-water-cycle approach to water management. The program aims to build the capacity of future leaders in water resource management, with an emphasis on professionals working in developing countries. The program equips students with practical tools and skills for adopting innovative solutions to local, regional, national and international water resource issues. Students will develop the strategic, managerial and technical skills they need to advance in the water sector. The program is managed and led by the International WaterCentre (IWC). The IWC is a key player in the global water sector and dedicated to providing education and training to promote whole-of-water cycle approaches to integrated water management around the world.

Course Fee:

International: $57,750

Entry Requirements:

Related Bachelor degree or higher and related practical experience

Subjects you can Study:

Applied Mathematics major; Catchment and Aquatic Ecosystem Health; Economics for Water Resource Management; Final Project; New Perspectives on Project Management; Science of Water; Water Governance and Policy; Water, Sustainability and Development

Accepts International Students:


Related Careers:

Water Services Officer,
Campus ATAR/OP Adjusted Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Nathan No info No Part time 3 years
Nathan No info Full time 1.5 years
Nathan No info No Full time 1.5 years
Nathan No info Part time 3 years
Griffith University offer more than 350 qualifications across 5 campuses in Queensland. Griffith University serves more than 40,000 students. Approximately half of Griffith students study full-time and on-campus.

Provider CRICOS: 00233E

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