IMBRSea _International Master in Marine Biological Resources | EMBRC

IMBRSea _International Master in Marine Biological Resources

IMBRSea
International Master in Marine Biological Resources


Topic: Erasmus Mundus

Type of Action: Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (Action 1, EMJMD)

Duration: 48 months Start Date: 1 September 2016 Grant Agreement Nr: 2016-2280 Web: http://www.imbrsea.eu

Coordination : T. Deprez, Ghent University (BE)

Total requested Grant by Consortium: € EUR 2.956.000 Total requested Grant by EMBRC-ERIC partners: € 2.956.000


Benefit/tasks for EMBRC:
Involvement of EMBRC-ERIC partners in a first joint Msc Programme in Marine Biological resources, the key focus area of EMBRC-ERIC. Through this programme, the EMBRC operators will be able to offer internships, thesis placements and will be involved in specific teaching modules. The name and the function of EMBRC-ERIC will be transmitted to the new generations of marine scientists.

Abstract:
The International Master in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea), is a joint Master programme organized by eight leading European universities in the field of marine sciences and supported by fourteen Marine Research Institutes belonging to the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC). Based on the objectives of the EMBRC-ERIC consortium, IMBRSea covers a wide, yet consistent, 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.

List of Participants:
Ghent University (BE), University of Pierre and Marie Curie (FR), University of the Algarve (PT), University of Oviedo (ES), Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (IE), University of the Basque Country (ES), Polytechnic University of Marche (IT), and University of Bergen (NO). All EMBRC-ERIC operators are associate members in this programme.

Period: 
2016.09 to 2020.08
Funds: 
€ 2.956.000

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