Publicado por: pongpesca | 2011/12/06

Grant Possibilities for Master Programme EMBC – Marine Biodiversity and Conservation

We are very happy to announce the possibility to participate in the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (EMBC). This programme is a joint two years Master Programme organized by Ghent University (Belgium), Bremen University (Germany), Algarve University (Portugal), University of Paris – UPMC (France), Oviedo University (Spain) and Klaipeda University (Lithuania).

Each year a number of scholarships are available for both EU and Non-EU students. These scholarships cover the enrolment fees and provide in a monthly scholarship. Applications for scholarships are open until 1 January 2012 on the EMBC website.

We would be very happy if this message and/or the attached poster could be forwarded to as many as possible potentially interested students.

On our website information about the course content, organizational aspects, mobility experiences, … can be consulted.

Some URL’s :

Website address:

Direct link to applications:

Included you find the information sheet which we hope you will distribute among interested students or which you may print and hang up in information displays.

For further information about our programme, please feel free to contact us (see below).

Dr. Tim Deprez

Marine Biology Research Group

Krijgslaan 281/S8

B9000 Gent


Phone: + 32 (0) 9 264 85 16

Mobile: +32 (0) 497 60 62 73

FAX: +32 (0) 9 264 85 98

MARES coordination:

EMBC coordination:

EConsort development:


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