The International Master of Science in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea), is a joint Master program organized by eleven leading European universities in the field of marine sciences, supported by the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC). The IMBRSea program takes the strengths from the previous International Master of Science in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (EMBC+), and prepares students for the rapidly evolving demands of the blue bio-economy and research on the sustainable use of marine biological resources.
When you apply you will choose your first, second and third semester universities and all your mobility, except for the Professional Practice and Thesis work. Those will be chosen and decided later on.
No. All courses are taught in English. In the first semester, some universities offers language courses as their "transfarable skills" course.
No. All students will have a Diploma in the end of the Master Program with signatures from all the Consortium Universities.
No. This course is the only one from the first semester Fundamental Module that differs in content from university to university. So, it will depend on where you choose to go for your first semester.
Certainly! Each university has limits for the number of students they can receive per semester. That is necessary in order to deliver the classes in the best way they can.
It takes 10 days. The rest of the summer students have time off on their vacation.