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About the Postgraduate Diploma in Integrated Water Management (PG Dip IWM)

The PG Dip IWM is a part-time, one-year degree, which aims to equip professionals in the water sector with the skills to deal effectively with the complex problems that arise while managing water in a semi-arid environment. 

The water resource managers of today should have skills and knowledge relating to a variety of fields: from engineering, climate, hydrology, ecology, planning, and natural resource management, to environmental law, social development, and governance. They are expected to cross social, environmental, and technological boundaries to address a range of matters relating to sustainable resource management. This professional qualification consists of three compulsory coursework modules.

Throughout the programme, students will be lectured by a diverse team of academics and practitioners to ensure that they receive appropriate, up-to-date theoretical and practical training relevant to the water sector.

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