Griffith University IWRM Masters Scholarships Open

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The 2019 International IWC Master Scholarships for the Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) program is open for application; deadline August 1.

The IWC Master Scholarships granted each year to international students and include:

Up to two full tuition and full living costs scholarships (Type A – each valued at 92,645AUD* including tuition fees and living costs);

One full tuition scholarship and flights (Type B – valued at $56,739AUD*).

Air travel return is now included in Type B Scholarships.

Griffith is one of Australia’s leading research universities and is a global leader for excellence in water, with water science and management identified as one of the university’s key areas of strategic investment. Griffith University has been placed among the world’s top 300 universities in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2018.

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