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Graduate Certificate in Integrated Water Management

Build and update your knowledge and skills in the field of integrated water management by completing a Graduate Certificate in Integrated Water Management.

Introduction

The Graduate Certificate in Integrated Water Management focuses on building the skills base of students in such areas as critical thinking, problem solving, statistics and data management, knowledge transfer and effective leadership.

Unfortunately, this course will not be offered at The University of Western Australia in 2014. However, if you wish to enrol for semester 1, 2014, visit the International WaterCentre (IWC) website for more information: www.watercentre.org/education/programs


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Course description, features and facilities

Integrated water management deals with the challenges faced by water managers across the world including flooding and urban design, rural water and sanitation, climate change and water energy. Increasingly leaders are required to have the transdisciplinary skills to enable them to cross social, environmental and technological boundaries.

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Structure

Key to availability of units:
S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; S3 = summer teaching period; N/A = not available in 2014;
NS = non-standard teaching period; OS = offshore teaching period; * = to be advised

All units have a value of six points unless otherwise stated.

Graduate Certificate in Integrated Water Management

Take all unit(s) (12 points):

N/AENVT4471Project Management
N/AENVT4472Science of Water

Take unit(s) to the value of 12 points from Group A:

Group A

N/AENVT4473Water, Sustainability and Development
N/AENVT4474Water Governance and Policy
N/AENVT5571Catchment and Aquatic Ecosystem Health
N/AENVT5572Water Planning and Economics
N/AENVT5573Water and Agricultural Landscapes
N/AENVT5574Collaborative Planning

Career opportunities

This degree will provide skills, expertise, knowledge and understanding, which will assist you in taking the next step in your career.

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Further study opportunities

Students with a Graduate Certificate in Integrated Water Management can pursue further studies by completing a Graduate Diploma in Integrated Water Management or a Master of Integrated Water Management (coursework).

The Faculty of Science also offers a wide range of other postgraduate coursework and research courses.

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These pages are under review and are being updated.

Check the Entrance requirements

This course is available to Australian and international students.

On this page

  1. Admission Requirements
  2. English competency

Admission Requirements

The minimum requirements are:

(a) a relevant bachelor's degree with honours of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; or

(b) a relevant four-year bachelor's pass degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty; or

(c) (i) a relevant bachelor's degree of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty;

and

(ii) a relevant graduate diploma of this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty (excluding the Graduate Diploma in Integrated Water Management).

English competency

These pages are under review and are being updated.

How to apply

This course is available to Australian and international students.

On this page

  1. Application Deadlines
  2. How to apply
  3. Fees
  4. Contact details - admission information

Application Deadlines

Semester 1: 23 January

Semester 2: 26 June

How to apply

Complete an application form

Fees

Annual fee: $15739.

For courses that are less than one year in duration, the annual fee listed is the total for the course. Unless otherwise indicated, for courses that are 18 months in duration, the annual fee is two-thirds of the total cost of the course.

As some units vary in cost, the actual student contribution will depend on the mix of units you choose. See the unit costs website for details of individual unit costs.

Contact details - admission information

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On this page

  1. Application Deadlines
  2. How to apply
  3. Fees
  4. Contact details - admission information

Application Deadlines

The application deadline is 15 November. Prospective students are strongly encouraged to apply with sufficient time to allow for the processing of their application and to secure a student visa.

Postgraduate coursework applications generally take four weeks from receipt of an application to offer.

How to apply

International postgraduate applicants must complete the postgraduate application form and submit it through an authorised UWA overseas representative or directly to the UWA International Centre.

Fees

Annual fee: $16090.

For courses that are less than one year in duration, the annual fee listed is the total for the course. Unless otherwise indicated, for courses that are 18 months in duration, the annual fee is two-thirds of the total cost of the course.

As some units vary in cost, the actual student contribution will depend on the mix of units you choose. See the unit costs website for details of individual unit costs.

Contact details - admission information

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Graduate Certificate in Integrated Water Management: the details

Status
Not Available 2014
Locations offered
Albany
Attendance types
Part-time
Delivery mode
External, Online, Internal
Starting dates
Semester 1
Weekly first year time commitment
The estimated time commitment for a standard full-time enrolment is approximately 46 hours per week (over 13 weeks) which includes contact hours, personal study and examinations.
Standard full-time completion
0.5 years (equivalent to 1 semester fulltime)
Maximum time to complete
2 years
Contact details: course information
Science Student Office
Agricultural Central building
postgrad-science@uwa.edu.au
Ask UWA
6488 7333
Course code
72290
CRICOS Code
076854C
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