You have a unique opportunity to join one of the few courses in the world that take a truly integrated approach to water management.

What ‘Urban Futures: delivering water sensitive cities’ course

When August–October 2018

Where Online + field trips (south east Queensland)

Application closing date 30 June 2018


Delivered by the International WaterCentre in partnership with Griffith University and the Monash Sustainable Development Institute, the Urban Futures course is a professionally oriented Masters level course.

It explores a new paradigm for how the hydrological cycle interacts with the urban landscape to support liveable, sustainable, productive and resilient cities.

The course uses interactive live and online sessions (including guest speakers from the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities), reading material and field trips. Participants will critically engage with water sensitive city (WSC) principles and examine socio-technical pathways to deliver them.

The Urban Futures course was developed under the CRCWSC project D4.1: Strengthening educational programs to foster water sensitive cities leaders


TO REGISTER (only 10 places available!)

Enrol through Griffith University. If you successfully complete assessments, you will obtain a postgraduate micro-qualification.

Undertake the course through the International WaterCentre. A great opportunity for professional development, you will obtain an IWC Certificate of Completion.



Download the course brochure below.

Contact or call +61 7 3028 7600.

Last updated: 4th Jun 2018