Participate in this funded water-centered professional development program that helps you to develop the abilities you need to take on and lead integrated water management projects.
The International WaterCentre, in collaboration with like-minded organizations focused on leadership development in the water sector, offers selected individuals a range of scholarships for water-centered courses which covers tuition fees for selected courses and provides allowances for the duration of the program. award
See full details on the scholarship, eligibility, and how to apply below.
Application Deadline: September 30, 2020
The 2020/21 scholarship awards include a total of 6 scholarships:
The full scholarships marked * are valued at $12,500. The three full-tuition scholarship offered include:
The full scholarships marked ** are valued at $10,500. This 1 full-tuition scholarship:
The half scholarships marked * are valued at $6250. These 2 partial-tuition scholarships:
The Scholarship is open to team, project, and middle managers who are:
And also satisfy the following criteria:
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Established in 2005, the International WaterCentre is focused on training and enabling individuals, communities, and organizations, to develop innovative approaches to respond to water challenges in innovative ways.
The Organization is committed to building and sustaining relationships between Australian and international experts to jointly facilitate integrated water management approaches to resolving urgent water issues.
Currently supported by a worldwide network of more than 170 partners and associates, the International WaterCentre (IWC) Water Leadership Program Scholarship annually offers a range of scholarships that vary year to year depending on the interests of sponsoring organizations who wish to fund leadership development in the water sector.
For the 2020/21 edition, a total of 6 scholarships are being offered.
The deadline for all applications is September 30th, 2020
Training sessions will be held in February and July 2021.
All applications will be assessed with strict adherence to the following criteria:
More specifically, the scholarship assessment process follows the following steps:
The final number and value of scholarships awarded will remain at the discretion of IWC and will depend on the quality and quantity of entries received.
The decision of the scholarship assessment panel is final and not subject to negotiation
Selected candidates will travel to Brisbane and attend both face-to-face training sessions in February and July 2021
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.