Application Deadline: 31 July 2015. Offered annually? Yes
Brief description: International Water Center (IWC) and International River Foundation offers Master of Philosophy Scholarships in Integrated Water Management four leading Australian Universities 2015
Eligible Subject Areas: Master of Philosophy in Integrated Water Management
The aim of this scholarship is to build capacity in water leadership in Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) and in doing so, to improve the implementation of IWRM in the home nation of the scholar. The scholarship includes tuition fees and living expenses for a candidate from a developing country to come to Australia and study the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management, commencing in 2015.
Offered Since: Not Specified
Type: Masters Scholarship in Water Management
Eligibility: To apply for this scholarship and to be accepted into the course, applicants must
- have a bachelors degree with honours I or honours II division A or hold qualifications which in the opinion of a committee are equivalent or a satisfactory substitute
- possess research aptitude and an interest in multi-disciplinary water issues (some work experience would also be beneficial)
- be a resident of a country with a demonstrated need for leadership in integrated water management.
Number of Scholarship: Several
Benefits: The scholarship covers tuition, international student health care and miscellaneous expenses (e.g. student visa expenses).
Duration: Two years
Eligible Countries: African & developing countries
To be taken at (country): Graduates will receive an internationally recognized degree endorsed by four leading Australian Universities.
- The University of Queensland
- Griffith University
- Monash University
- The University of Western Australia
How to Apply
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Sponsors: This scholarship is administered by the International Water Centre and funded through the support of two generous donors: the Global Water Partnership (GWP) and the Thiess Family Trust who provided funds in memory of their son, Ken Thiess, who died performing engineering duties on the construction of the Snowy Mountains Scheme.