The urban water industry employs qualified professionals from a variety of disciplines. In particular, Engineering, Environmental and Science graduates are often in demand. This page lists universities offering qualifications in areas of relevance to the urban water industry.
There are also a number of scholarships that are available to assist water professionals to gain a tertiary qualification to increase their skills and knowledge. Click on the links or contact the higher education provider for more information.
|International Water Centre
|Offers a range of masters, graduate diploma and graduate certificate level qualifications in integrated water management. The Centre is a collaboration between the University of Queensland, Griffith University, Monash University and the University of Western Australia.
|Offers a range of masters, graduate diploma and graduate certificate level qualifications in water resources management. The Centre is a collaboration between the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, Deakin University, Flinders University, CQUniversity and AITEC.
|Offers Bachelor of Environment Management, Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) and other industry relevant graduate courses.
|University of Queensland
|Offers Bachelor of Applied Science – Integrated Resource Management and other industry relevant courses
|Queensland University of TechnologyUT
|Offers Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Environmental), Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Science) and other industry relevant courses
|Central Queensland University
|Offers Bachelor of Engineering and other industry relevant courses
|Offers Bachelor of Environmental Science and other industry relevant courses
|University of Sunshine Coast
|Offers Bachelor of Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Environmental Science
|James Cook University
|Offers Bachelor of Science (Hydrology and Water Resources), Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) and other industry relevant courses.
|University of Southern Queensland
|Offers Associate Degree of Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering and other industry relevant courses.