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Part time Master of Integrated Water Management program available Semester 1, 2009 14 October, 2008

International WaterCentre is pleased to announce that the Master of Integrated Water Management will be available via part time, distance education starting Semester 1, 2009.

This option has been developed for students within Australia as a convenient way to study and further their career while still working.

The Master of Integrated Water Management Program aims to build the capacity of future leaders in water management. It draws on the international expertise from our member universities (The University of Queensland, Griffith University, Monash University and the University of Western Australia) in teaching and research across a wide breadth of disciplines, taking a multi-disciplinary and whole-of-water cycle approach.

The part-time course will run over a three year period, with students undertaking two course modules and associated problem based learning activities per semester for the first two years.

The final year will be devoted to an individual research project where students can specialise in a particular field of water management.

Most of the course will be conducted on-line; however, at the beginning of each of the first four semesters students will be required to attend a short residential period to participate in field trips and workshops together with full-time students.

Semester 1 starts March 2, 2009. Part time students will be required to attend a residential period from March 2 - 6.  This period will include program orientation, intensive workshops and a field trip to North Stradbroke Island. Semester 2 field trip will take place from August 3 -14.

Students enroll at The University of Queensland and upon graduation receive a co-badged qualification from all four member universities.

Applications for Semester 1, 2009 should be submitted to The University of Queensland by February 16, 2009.

Graduates of the program will be qualified to apply for high-level management positions in the public, private and NGO sectors.

International WaterCentre, the business centre for building international capacity for integrated water management, is a unique collaboration between four leading Australian universities.

Find out more about the program, download your application or contact International WaterCentre with your questions, please visit:

www.watercentre.org/education/distancedelivery call 07 3123 7766 or email [email protected]ercentre.org
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