Scholarship Description: The IWC Masters in Watershed Science Scholarships at Griffith University are open to international students. The scholarship enables Masters programs taught at Griffith University in the area of watershed science. The scholarship period ends on August 1st (annually). The International Water Center (IWC) annually offers full scholarships to international applicants from all over the world to study the Master of Catchment Science at Griffith University. The scholarship is aimed at high-profile applicants who best represent future managers in watershed management. Graduation Level: The IWC Masters in Watershed Science Scholarships at Griffith University are available for Masters programs at Griffith University. Available Subjects: The following subjects are available as part of this scholarship program. Watershed Science Scholarship Benefits: The value of this scholarship is AU $ 56,000 and covers full tuition fees for full-time study of the Master of Science degree in Watershed for the program beginning in the 1st trimester of 2021. Recipients are responsible for costs associated with a student visa , Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), Travel to Australia, Housing and Cost of Living. Eligible nationalities: International students from all countries can apply. Eligibility Criteria: International applicants must be freshmen at Griffith University for the MCS program. All scholarship holders must meet the following minimum requirements: An undergraduate degree in a related field of study from an internationally renowned institution. 2 years of professional experience (paid work or volunteer work related to the post graduate program). Although not mandatory for admission to the MCS program, applicants with at least 2 years of relevant work experience are more likely to receive a scholarship. Receive a full MCS program admission offer at Griffith University. Evidence of proficiency in English (ELP) as per Griffith’s requirements. Applicants will be selected based on: leadership skills including collaboration and teamwork, initiative, communication skills, etc.