Students from non-EU countries are defined as:
The Erasmus Mundus Master of Science in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (EMBC) is offered by a University consortium consisting of 6 partners :
group I : Ghent University (Belgium), University of Bremen (Germany), University of the Algarve (Portugal),
group II : University of Paris 006 (France), University of Oviedo (Spain) and University of Klaipèda (Lithuania).
The study programme is divided in 3 thematic modules :
(1) Understanding the structure and function of marine biodiversity
(2) Toolbox for investigating marine biodiversity
(3) Conservation and Restoration of marine biodiversity
Student mobility is an integral part of the Master : students start in one of the three group I Universities (Gent, Bremen or Algarve) for 2 semesters; for the third semester, students move to one of the group II Universities (Paris, Oviedo or Klaipèda).
The research project for the thesis work is performed in one of the partner institutions (including institutes of the MarBEF- NoE).
For more information and application, see: Erasmus Mundus Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Scholarships