IWC Masters Scholarships - now open!
The IWC Masters Scholarships are prestigious scholarships awarded annually to high calibre candidates accepted into the Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) and who clearly demonstrate potential to become water leaders of the future.
2015 Scholarships Round
***Applications are currently open for international students (closing date: 1 August 2014)***
IWC will be offering the scholarships to study the MIWM program commencing in Semester 1, 2015.
Who can apply
Scholarships are available to high calibre international and domestic candidates to study the Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) program.
All applicants must meet the minimum eligibility requirements outlined below. Successful candidates will be selected on a merit-basis, based on the selection criteria also outlined on this page.
Minimum eligibility requirements
To apply for a scholarship, you must also apply for the MIWM program through The University of Queensland (UQ) and meet the program entry requirements. The scholarships minimum eligibility requirements are:
A completed undergraduate degree in a related field of study from an internationally-recognised institution
At least two years of professional experience (paid work or volunteering experience) relevant to the program and following completion of an undergraduate degree. Although not essential for entry in the MIWM program, candidates with relevant professional experience have a higher chance of securing a scholarship – seeSelection Criteria below.
International students must also demonstrate English language proficiency (see UQ’s English language requirements including minimum English test scores).
Questions regarding scholarships or program content
Read our Frequently Asked Questions
Phone: +61 7 3014 0200
Register for our upcoming webinar - Dr Brian McIntosh, IWC Senior Lecturer and Education Program Manager, will present the MIWM program and answer your questions on Wednesday 2 July 2014. > Click here for more information and to register.
Questions regarding MIWM program admission
Please contact The University of Queensland directly:
Email (for international students): email@example.com
All enquiries should be addressed directly to the provided contact details above.
For more information please refer to:
PhD positions at University of Technology, Sydney
*Invitation to apply for UTS Doctoral Scholarships in the areas of
Information and Communications Technologies.*
We invite excellent candidates to apply for Doctoral Scholarships (IPRS/APA/IRS/RTS/Teaching
Assistantship) to work in the Centre for Real Time Information Networks (CRIN) or the Research Centre for Innovation in IT Services and Applications (iNext), School of Computing and Communications, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
We invite you to view the following web links for more information.
The scholarships are as follows:
- IRS - International Research Scholarship. This will pay your fees and
is worth about $20K per year.
- IPRS - International Postgraduate Research Scholarship. This will
provide an additional $25K per year living allowance
- APA - Australian Postgraduate Award. The same as the IPRS, but is
primarily intended for Australian citizens and permanent residents. Some
are available to international students
- RTS - Research Training Scheme. Same as IRS, but for Australian
citizens and permanent residents.
- The School makes available Teaching Internships for properly qualified
students. These are worth $10K per year.
Please see the websites for details of the research interests of the two Centres.
There is an excellent team of experienced supervisors to form your supervisory panel.
See CRIN members
and iNext members
The procedure is as follows:
1. You should contact Professor Robin Braun (firstname.lastname@example.org) for
an initial screening.
2. The next stage is to complete an online survey that will enable us to
decide whether to support your application or not.
3. If we support your application, we will then invite you to apply for
a Research Candidature, under a Supervisor that we will nominate.
4. Your application will be considered by the Faculty,
and may include a Skype or telephone interview
with final decisions expected in late August.