ICE WaRM scholarships - Master of Water Resources Management

ICE WaRM (International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management) is pleased to invite international applicants to apply for full and partial tuition annual scholarships for the Master of Water Resources Management as well as exchange opportunities. The scholarships are offered twice annually, in February and July, and the exchange program is offered throughout the year.

Master of Water Resources Management scholarship

Scholarship application rounds are for Trimester 1 and Trimester 2.

  • The Trimester 1 scholarship applications close on the 31st August.
  • The Trimester 2 scholarship applications close on the 28th February.

To find more information on the scholarships and to apply, see the ICE WaRM website and "Programmes", "International Liaison" and "Scholarships".

EU-AU Student Exchange Program

ICE WaRM offers an exchange programme between the European Union and Australian universities. The programme provides a mechanism to share best practice between Australian and the European Union (EU) universities, and to improve global understanding of the importance of sustainable water resources management. Forty-five postgraduate students, who are currently enrolled in water-relevant study with ICE WaRM's partner universities (which includes Deakin University), will be able to study for a period of five months (one semester study) at any one of the participating EU universities and vice versa.

There is a travel grant and stipend available for eligible students and students can apply at any time.

To find more information on the exchange programme, and to apply, see the ICE WaRM website and  their EU-AU Student Exchange Programme.

If you wish to make an enquiry regarding any of these programmes, please email

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