Master's Degree in Marine Ecology

Academic year 2022-23

See the  pre-registration, admission and registration deadlines for the 2022-23 academic year for this master's programme.
You can also consult this information for the academic year 2021-22.
Branch of Knowledge Science
Study programme leadership Dra. Nona Sheila Agawin Romualdo
The centre's academic calendar https://estudis.uib.es/es/estudis-de-master/Estudiar-a-la-UIB/Calendari-academic/
Places
30
Credits 60
Mode

Presencial

Campus Mallorca
Price Public price per credit 29,22¤
Total cost: 1.818,80 ¤ (*)(**)
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Additional information https://www.facebook.com/MasterEnEcologiaMarinaUIB/

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It is recommended that students wishing to participate in this master's programme hold a degree in the sciences, specifically, in biology or marine sciences, or a related engineering degree.

The programme provides participants with a complete, multidisciplinary, and up-to-date education covering the basic, advanced, methodological, and applied knowledge that exists in the field of marine ecology. The master's programme has the following key focuses:

  • To provide a multidisciplinary education that gives students an in-depth understanding of the inner workings of each of the different kinds of marine ecosystems and their biological characteristics, the usage of the coastline, specific impacts, global changes to which such ecosystems are subjected, and how to manage living resources.
  • To provide an advanced education that allows students to apply their knowledge to solving ecological problems in various contexts (research centres, public administrations, businesses, etc.) and contribute their knowledge in multidisciplinary contexts.
  • To study real cases and solve real problems related to each case via a project carried out at various research centres, universities (beyond the UIB), and institutions, such as:
  1. The Oceanography Centres in the Baleares, Santander, and Murcia,
  2. The Institute of Marine Sciences in Barcelona (CSIC),
  3. The Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (CSIC),
  4. The Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting System,
  5. The Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Valencia,
  6. The University of Girona,
  7. The University of Malaga,
  8. LIMIA (Balearic Government),
  9. Cabrera National Park, and
  10. The government of Ibiza (Consell Insular d'Eivissa).

 

 
 

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