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  • International WaterCentre partial scholarship - Graduate Certificate in Water Planning
  • ANU - Environment Graduate Studies webinar
  • International WaterCentre -Master of Integrated Water Management Scholarship
  • Demographic Transition: Addressing the economic and social impacts of an ageing population: Is there a silver lining?
  • ANU Science Masters Webinar
  • 2014 Writing Clear Science Workshops
  • Global Reporting Initiative (G4) Sustainability Reporting Workshops in Melbourne

Research Courses and Education

International WaterCentre partial scholarship - Graduate Certificate in Water Planning



International WaterCentre partial scholarship - Graduate Certificate in Water Planning

The International WaterCentre will be offering a partial scholarship (valued at $7,000 for the full Masters program or $2,000 for the Graduate Certificate) to each self-funded student who enrols in a postgraduate degree commencing in Semester 1, 2015.

Self-funded students are students who do not receive any full-tuition scholarship or full-tuition funding from their employer. Note: students who receive a loan (eg. FEE-HELP) or partial funding from their employer remain eligible for a partial scholarship.

Each partial scholarship has a total value of $7,000 for the full Master of Integrated Water Management (or $2,000 for the Graduate Certificate in Water Planning) and aims to cover part of the tuition fees.

International WaterCentre -Master of Integrated Water Management Scholarship

International WaterCentre partial scholarship - Master of Integrated Water Management

The International WaterCentre will be offering a partial scholarship (valued at $7,000 for the full Masters program or $2,000 for the Graduate Certificate) to each self-funded student who enrols in a postgraduate degree commencing in Semester 1, 2015.

Self-funded students are students who do not receive any full-tuition scholarship or full-tuition funding from their employer. Note: students who receive a loan (eg. FEE-HELP) or partial funding from their employer remain eligible for a partial scholarship.

Each partial scholarship has a total value of $7,000 for the full Master of Integrated Water Management (or $2,000 for the Graduate Certificate in Water Planning) and aims to cover part of the tuition fees.

ANU Science Masters Webinar

ANU Science Masters Webinar

If you’re looking for an internationally recognised pathway into a PhD, a graduate program to enhance your current career path, or a qualification which gives you access to the core issues of concern to the world today – then where better to challenge yourself than Australia’s national university, in Australia’s national capital.

We attract graduate students from all over the world, so to make it easy for you we’ve gathered our experts together for information webinars on our Masters degrees. Get online to talk to our academics about their graduate programs.

Global Reporting Initiative (G4) Sustainability Reporting Workshops in Melbourne

Global Reporting Initiative (G4) Sustainability Reporting Workshops in Sydney and Melbourne.



ZOOiD’s two day intensive Global Reporting Initiative (G4) Sustainability Reporting Process workshops will systematically take you through how to apply the GRI’s sustainability reporting framework.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand, interpret and implement the GRI G4 concepts
  • Select and prepare the information to be disclosed in the final report
  • Apply the Reporting Principles (Stakeholder Inclusiveness, Sustainability Context, Materiality, Completeness, Balance, Comparability, Accuracy, Timeliness, Clarity and Reliability
  • Identify, prioritise and communicate with your Stakeholders
  • Identify material Aspects (topics) and their Boundaries (internal and/or external to your organisation)
  • Communicate your report in innovative ways
  • Prepare you for future reporting cycles through continuous improvement of your processes.

2014 Writing Clear Science Workshops

2014 Writing Clear Science Workshops

We teach how to write clearly and succinctly, without sacrificing scientific accuracy. We teach you how to get your thoughts down clearly and how increase your efficiency as a writer. We teach how to write and design documents according to audience (e.g. industry, peer review), purpose (e.g. monitoring report, journal article) and the type of research or project problem that needs to be solved.

The Standard 2 Day Workshop

The writing workshops are usually presented as The Standard 2 Day Workshop. The modules cover all aspects of writing from discussing common problems, recommending efficient practices, improving writing style, reworking sentence structure and paragraph structure, and analysing section and whole report structure. We review the standard scientific reporting framework, how to prepare reports and papers, and discuss how to clearly and concisely communicate a research project to a chosen audience. In addition, across the two days, we conduct editing, writing and re-writing exercises, where we teach how to improve writing through effective editing skills and critical review techniques.

Demographic Transition: Addressing the economic and social impacts of an ageing population: Is there a silver lining?



The United Nations Association of Australia (Victorian Division) is holding a seminar entitled Demographic Transition: Addressing the economic and social impacts of an ageing population: Is there a silver lining? on Thursday 13th November, 2014, in Melbourne.

Held in partnership with National Australia Bank as part of our Sustainability Leadership Series, this seminar seeks to discuss the opportunities and challenges associated with an ageing society.

It will notably cover how the Australian government together with the corporate and civil society sectors are addressing the impacts of our ageing population on workforce participation and productivity, on our financial and welfare system, including on pensions, and on the provision of aged care and other social services. It will also consider the issue of age discrimination, particularly in the workplace, and how to change business attitudes towards older people.

ANU - Environment Graduate Studies webinar

ANU - Environment Graduate Studies webinar

Do you have a science degree? Are you thinking about further study? You might be interested in finding out how ANU can help you enhance your career or provide you with an internationally recognised pathway in to a PhD.

Our leading academic Environment experts will be available online to answer any questions you have about graduate study in Environmental studies at ANU, you won’t even have to leave your desk.  Registrations essential

More information http://cmbe-cpms.anu.edu.au/news-events/graduate-studies-webinar-environment



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