Student Numbers Surge for ICE WaRM Masters Program

Thursday, 19 July, 2012

Ben-Kele-Teaching-WebThe number of students enrolling for ICE WaRM’s award-winning nested Master of Water Resources programme has nearly doubled in three years.

In particular, there’s been rapid growth in Australian-based professionals from the water and related industries who have signed up for the 2012 academic year. Many are from regional and rural areas and have opted to study their courses remotely.

There’s also strong demand from international students, with significant numbers of the group of AusAID-sponsored Iraqi students who began courses at the University of Adelaide last year choosing to continue their studies here.

The programme includes studies at Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master levels and is offered through ICE WaRM’s partner universities – the University of Adelaide, CQUniversity in Queensland, the University of South Australia and Flinders University in South Australia.