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IMBRSea International Master in Marine Biological Resources, 2018-2019

2018.02.28

IMBRSea International Master in Marine Biological Resources, 2018-2019

Applications open until 30 March 2018!

The Scholarship applications for the academic year 2018-2019 are open for International Master in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea) until 30 March 2018. For the IMBRSea 2018-2019 edition, there are at least 12 EM Partner Country scholarships and 4 EM Programme Country scholarships available for excellent students.
The International Master in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea), coordinated by Ghent University, is the biggest international joint Master programme in the field of marine sciences. It is organized by nine leading European universities and supported by the European Marine Biological Resource Center (EMBRC). The IMBRSea programme prepares students for the rapidly evolving demands of the blue bio-economy and research on the sustainable use of marine biological resources. Based on the objectives of the EMBRC consortium, IMBRSea covers a wide range of subjects related to the sustainable use of marine biological resources. With an emphasis on marine biological and ecological processes, the programme links biology of marine organisms and environmental studies with subjects in marine policy and planning.

Study fees for IMBRSea are set at € 4500 for EU students and € 9000 for non-EU students. Fee-waivers have been installed for self-funding students. With a fee-waiver EU students pay € 3500 per year; non-EU students pay € 4500 per year. 

Scholarships cover the study fees, insurance and a travel budget and foresee in a monthly subsistence of 1000 euro.


Eligibility criteria: A Bachelor, Honours or Master degree in biology, ecology, environmental sciences, oceanography, marine sciences, geography, geology, or other equivalent degrees with a minimum of 180 ETCS at the latest by 1st September of 2018 and for non-European students preferably before 1st March 2018. Knowledge of the English language is considered as a basic requirement. All students must provide evidence of their proficiency in English.

 

More information at www.imbrsea.eu

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