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One Ocean Summit University

The city of Brest has been chosen to host, from February 9 to 11, 2022, an international summit dedicated to the protection of the ocean, the One Ocean Summit. This event, organized within the framework of the French presidency of the European Union, will be the occasion for forums and workshops of world experts in the field and will close with a meeting of high-ranking political leaders. The workshops are expected to produce calls for action and the summit will make commitments to strengthen international ocean governance.
At the request of Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, French ambassador of the poles and maritime issues in charge of the organization of the summit, the Brest University (UBO) is taking the initiative to mobilize its cooperating networks for a contribution of young researchers to One Ocean Summit. This initiative is included in the official program of the summit under the name of One Ocean Summit University. It is structured around three key moments:

  • upstream, a pool of young international researchers in marine sciences will be formed and consulted on the maritime issues addressed at the One Ocean Summit;
  • the summaries of this work and recommendations will be represented at the event in Brest by ambassadors of the One Ocean Summit University;
  • then downstream, this pool of young people will be able to continue the dynamic as a global think tank.

In order to fulfill this ambition, a compilation of the different contacts throughout UBO’s networks and on-going projects has already started. Following its creation, this set of network contacts will form a “convention” of young international researchers (students or professional) that will be led by the project team.

The objective here is to use a participatory approach to synthesize the broad the expertise and dynamics represented by the One Ocean Summit University in order to articulate common themes regarding the issues of research and research training in the context of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. The goal is to produce actionable recommendations and a call for actions.

These recommendations will be presented in the thematic workshops of the One Ocean Summit by a panel of ambassadors of the One Ocean Summit University.

Following the meeting, UBO will work to ensure that this group of young researchers continues this work and take part in various initiatives and international meetings such as the United Nations Ocean Conference to be held in Lisbon from June 27 to July 1, 2022.

 

You want to join the One Ocean Summit University?

  • Check the topics of the One Ocean Summit workshops and select one you want to contribute to,
  • Contact the project team and be ready to contribute,
  • Join a group of young researchers at your place or with your international network to produce your contribution to the One Ocean Summit.

Organizing team

  • Yves-Marie Paulet, European Marine Board Member, Brest University Vice-chair for Marine Science (UBO), European Institute for Marine Studies (IUEM), France
  • Denis Bailly, coordinator of the Ocean University Initiative, Brest University, European Institute for Marine Studies (IUEM), Brest University (UBO), France
  • Romain Le Moal, One Ocean Summit University officer

Applications for the SML 2020-2021 Master’s Degree

,

The SML Master‘s application campaign will begin in April, according to a calendar specific to each course, which can be consulted on the Ecandidat application site, under the heading “Training offer”.

To find out more, go to the “Practical information” section at the bottom of the SML Master’s page.

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Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences

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SML Master’s degree

Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences

We offer training in geosciences, coastal and marine environment professions through the research unit of the Ocean Geosciences Laboratory based in Plouzané (IUEM, UBO) and Vannes (UBS), in close collaboration with the IFREMER Marine Geosciences Institute.

The expertise of these two units covers a wide range of topics: from coastal dynamics to the evolution of the Earth’s mantle, including the dynamics of rifts, margins, ridges and sediment, paleo-climatic and paleo-environmental recording.  The work is based on a multidisciplinary and multiproxy approach based on instrumental poles: ocean spectrometry pole – instrumental pole in geophysics – pole in sedimentology/micropaleontology/palynology.

The strong points of this mention are the numerous land and sea sites carried out throughout the training, the intervention of high-level researchers from both institutes, the possibility of research internships, among other possibilities, within IUEM, IFREMER or SHOM.

Learning path

Ocean Geoscience (GO)

The Ocean Geoscience learning path is strongly linked to the eponymous laboratory. The graduates of this master’s degree will be able to develop and design research projects, provide expertise and consulting activities within public or private structures in the fields of geosciences and, in particular, marine geosciences. This master’s degree allows students to pursue a doctorate in marine geosciences, particularly in the following fields: margins, ridges, rifts, mineral resources, sedimentology, paleoenvironments, paleo-climates, marine geochemistry.

More informations …

Coastal and Coastal Resource Engineering and Management (IGRECL)

The IGREC course clearly aims at a non-academic professional integration in the management of coastal and coastal resources among SMEs in the sector, local authorities and large groups whose work affects these environments. At the end of this course, students will have multidisciplinary skills in the management and exploitation of mineral and biological resources, with an understanding of the concepts of risk and vulnerability. These skills will enable them to adapt, anticipate and respond to coastal spatial planning strategies taking into account the European legal and socio-economic framework.

More informations …

Educational software

Since December 2018, UBO’s STU (Earth and Universe Sciences) courses have had free access to PETROLEUM EXPERTS’ MOVE software suite, under an agreement signed between the UBO’s Earth Sciences Department and this company. The commercial equivalent of this donation of the MOVE software suite is £1,308,000.00.

This software is the most complete structural geology analysis and modeling “toolbox” available. It provides a complete digital environment to report in 3 dimensions on geological properties and characteristics by reducing the risks and uncertainties of geological models. It is a platform for the integration and interpretation of geophysical data, section construction, 3D model construction, kinematic restoration and validation, geo-mechanical modeling, fracture modeling, fault role modeling and analysis of the relationships between faults and tectonic constraints.

The Earth Sciences Department and the University of Brest (UBO) sincerely thank PETROLEUM EXPERTS Limited for their donation for the free use of the MOVE software suite. This tool will allow us to train our students in Licence 3 (at the UFR Sciences et Techniques du Bouguen) and in Master 1 and 2 (at the IUEM, Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer) to use in the classroom this professional software commonly used in design offices, consulting firms and large geoscience companies working on geological reservoirs. For doctoral students, the databases at their disposal (most often bathymetric data and dense seismic reflection profiles) can thus be significantly enhanced according to the objectives of their thesis work.

More informations :

UBO’s Earth Sciences learning path benefit from the free availability of the Kingdom Suite Software distributed by IHS Markit through the University Grant Program, which is updated every year since 2008.

Kingdom Suite software is a worldwide reference for 2D and 3D seismic interpretation and allows the integration of geophysical and geological data offering a wide variety of uses in fundamental and applied research. The software is used in the classroom for Master’s degree courses in Ocean Geosciences and Coastal Resource Engineering and Management. It is also used during sea teaching campaigns and for projects conducted individually by doctoral students at the Ocean Geosciences Laboratory.

The Department of Earth Sciences and the University of Brest (UBO) sincerely thank IHS Markit for the accreditation they have received for the free use of the Kingdom Suite software.

Free and Open Source Geographic Information System

More informations

Programming language for technical calculation, paid software, license acquired at the Laboratory.

More informations

Technical calculation programming language, free numerical calculation software comparable to MATLAB.

More informations

Contacts


Specilization coordinaor :

Christine AUTHEMAYOU (Send an email)

GO learning path:

M1 : Aurélie PENAUD (Send an email)

M2 : Christine AUTHEMAYOU (Send an email)

IGRECL learning path :

Evelyne GOUBERT (Send an email)

Marine Sciences (Marine Physics)

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SML Master’s degree

Marine Sciences (Marine Physics)

This international specialitie is co-accredited by IUEM to UBO and by ENSTA Bretagne. It aims to provide students with knowledge of the physical and dynamic properties of the marine environment and related engineering elements (especially ships). It has 3 courses: Ocean and Climate Physics (POC), Marine Geophysics (GM) and Naval Hydrodynamics (HN). These 3 paths have a common block in M1: fluid mechanics, solids, applied mathematics, data analysis, numerical modelling… The specializations for each course are more important in M2. The training is based on long academic or industrial research internships at the end of M2.

This specialitie allows access to doctoral training within the framework of the UBL Doctoral School of Marine and Coastal Sciences, as well as to jobs as a research engineer in many regional, national or foreign companies. The context in Brest is particularly developed for marine science and technology.

We hope that a new Ocean Data Sciences training path will open in September 2019, as part of the Ocean Physics and Climate course, and then in 2020 independently. Following this course and then doing a year of Marine Geomatics at ENSTA Bretagne (subject to admission on file) will open the way to the diploma of this great Engineering School.

The Marine Physics/Marine Sciences program in cooperation with graduate engineering schools in Brest, is international and taught essentially in English (see the site http://formations.univ-brest.fr/fr/index.html for more information). 

The program focuses on the physics of the sea (POC specialty), of the Earth particularly under the sea (GM specialty) and of ships and naval structures (HN specialty). In M1 the common scientific basics (Fluid and solid mechanics, applied maths, numerical analysis) are taught. In M2, the specific knowledge of each specialty is taught. Projects and internships are essential in the program. Relation with research centres and with private companies are central to research training.

We hope that a new specialty Ocean Data Science will open in September 2019 in the context of the specialty Ocean Physics and Climate and as an independent specialty (still under Marine Physics/Marine Sciences) in September 2020.

Attending and validating this specialty and then validating the (one-year) specialty Marine Geomatics (provided the results of the M2 are good) would lead to obtaining the Engineering Degree of ENSTA Bretagne.

More precise information in English about our program and how to apply can be obtained with contacting Master.Marphys@univ-brest.fr

Learning path

Ocean Physics and Climate

The course is based on the Laboratory of Physical and Spatial Oceanography (LOPS), the Laboratory of the Marine Environment (LEMAR), both of the IUEM UMRs, the Hydrography, Oceanography and Meteorology department of SHOM, the Laboratory of Coastal Hydrodynamics of CEREMA.

Opportunities: research, teaching and research, consulting firms (impact of ocean circulation, or extreme events on offshore structures, coastal erosion, marine ecology, exploitation of marine resources, or changes in pollution levels).

More informations …

Marine Geophysics

The course is based on the Ocean Geosciences Laboratory (LGO), which is a research unit, and the Marine Geosciences Department of IFREMER.

Opportunities: research, teaching and research, research and development in the fields of marine energies, offshore / petroleum, marine mineral resources, and in design offices (sedimentary transport, coastal risks…).

More informations …

Naval Hydrodynamics

The learning path is based on the Dupuy de Lôme Research Institute (IRDL, FRE, Brest) and the Institut de Recherche de l’École Navale (IRENAV).

Opportunities: research, teaching and research, design offices and test centres, marine energies, architecture and shipbuilding.

More informations …

Contact


The speciality coordinator

Xavier CARTON
Send an email

The M1 coordinator

Guillaume ROULLET
Envoyer un mail

The M2 coordinators

  • Marine Geophysics learning path

Cécile GRIGNÉ
Send an email

  • Naval Hydrodynamic learning path

Kostia RONCIN
Send an email

  • Ocean Physics and Climate learning path

Xavier CARTON
Send an email

SML Master’s degree

SML Masters programme

Marine and coastal sciences

Latest news


Applications for the SML 2020-2021 Master’s Degree

,
The SML Master's application campaign will begin in April, according to a calendar specific to each course, which can be consulted on the Ecandidat application site, under the heading "Training offer". To find out more, go to the "Practical…

A unique Master’s degree in France

The Master’s degree in Marine and Coastal Sciences is unique in France. It brings together under the same domain 8 mentions which cover, each according to its disciplinary fields, different aspects of Marine and Coastal Sciences: Biotechnology, Biology, Environmental Management, Applied Economics, Maritime Activities Law, Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences, Chemistry and Life Sciences, Marine Physics, etc. This training domain is crucial for the coherence and visibility of an exceptional multidisciplinary thematic offer which is being extended to the scale of the Université Bretagne Loire. Its articulation with the Department of Sea and Coastal Research and the Doctoral School of Sea and Coastal Sciences of the Comue, with strong economic and societal challenges, creates a close synergy between teaching – research – business.The master’s degree, backed by the research laboratories of IUEM and its partners (CNRS, IRD, Ifremer, SHOM, Cedre, CEREMA, ENSTA, IMT Atlantique, ENIB, Ecole Navale), offers the best teaching conditions to train future professionals who are experts in their disciplines and capable of establishing collaborations between natural sciences (ecologists, geochemists, biologists and geologists) and society (geographers, lawyers, economists)”.

Check out our 8 mentions

Internationalization


The SML Master’s degree focuses on interdisciplinarity in the field of Marine Sciences, but also on internationalisation by welcoming international students, supporting incoming and outgoing mobility and specific actions.

Professional integration


The SML Master’s degree implements actions to help the professional integration of its students.

Continuing education


The SML Master’s degree offers the framework for continuing education “at sea” from UBO to IUEM and offers a complete catalogue.

Practical information

Comment postuler ?


Most learning paths use the application site E-candidat. You can already create your candidate profile there. Applications will be available in April, according to a schedule specific to each learning path.

Diploma withdrawal


Have you been a student at the IUEM, have you graduated but have never withdrawn your diploma? No problem, just fill out this form and you can pick it up at your convenience.

document transfer


To request the transfer of your educational documents to another university, follow this link.

Your request will be processed as soon as possible.

One Ocean Summit University

The city of Brest has been chosen to host, from February 9 to 11, 2022, an international summit dedicated to the protection of the ocean, the One Ocean Summit. This event, organized within the framework of the French presidency of the European Union, will be the occasion for forums and workshops of world experts in the field and will close with a meeting of high-ranking political leaders. The workshops are expected to produce calls for action and the summit will make commitments to strengthen international ocean governance.
At the request of Olivier Poivre d’Arvor, French ambassador of the poles and maritime issues in charge of the organization of the summit, the Brest University (UBO) is taking the initiative to mobilize its cooperating networks for a contribution of young researchers to One Ocean Summit. This initiative is included in the official program of the summit under the name of One Ocean Summit University. It is structured around three key moments:

  • upstream, a pool of young international researchers in marine sciences will be formed and consulted on the maritime issues addressed at the One Ocean Summit;
  • the summaries of this work and recommendations will be represented at the event in Brest by ambassadors of the One Ocean Summit University;
  • then downstream, this pool of young people will be able to continue the dynamic as a global think tank.

In order to fulfill this ambition, a compilation of the different contacts throughout UBO’s networks and on-going projects has already started. Following its creation, this set of network contacts will form a “convention” of young international researchers (students or professional) that will be led by the project team.

The objective here is to use a participatory approach to synthesize the broad the expertise and dynamics represented by the One Ocean Summit University in order to articulate common themes regarding the issues of research and research training in the context of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. The goal is to produce actionable recommendations and a call for actions.

These recommendations will be presented in the thematic workshops of the One Ocean Summit by a panel of ambassadors of the One Ocean Summit University.

Following the meeting, UBO will work to ensure that this group of young researchers continues this work and take part in various initiatives and international meetings such as the United Nations Ocean Conference to be held in Lisbon from June 27 to July 1, 2022.

 

You want to join the One Ocean Summit University?

  • Check the topics of the One Ocean Summit workshops and select one you want to contribute to,
  • Contact the project team and be ready to contribute,
  • Join a group of young researchers at your place or with your international network to produce your contribution to the One Ocean Summit.

Organizing team

  • Yves-Marie Paulet, European Marine Board Member, Brest University Vice-chair for Marine Science (UBO), European Institute for Marine Studies (IUEM), France
  • Denis Bailly, coordinator of the Ocean University Initiative, Brest University, European Institute for Marine Studies (IUEM), Brest University (UBO), France
  • Romain Le Moal, One Ocean Summit University officer

Applications for the SML 2020-2021 Master’s Degree

,

The SML Master‘s application campaign will begin in April, according to a calendar specific to each course, which can be consulted on the Ecandidat application site, under the heading “Training offer”.

To find out more, go to the “Practical information” section at the bottom of the SML Master’s page.

Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences

,

SML Master’s degree

Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences

We offer training in geosciences, coastal and marine environment professions through the research unit of the Ocean Geosciences Laboratory based in Plouzané (IUEM, UBO) and Vannes (UBS), in close collaboration with the IFREMER Marine Geosciences Institute.

The expertise of these two units covers a wide range of topics: from coastal dynamics to the evolution of the Earth’s mantle, including the dynamics of rifts, margins, ridges and sediment, paleo-climatic and paleo-environmental recording.  The work is based on a multidisciplinary and multiproxy approach based on instrumental poles: ocean spectrometry pole – instrumental pole in geophysics – pole in sedimentology/micropaleontology/palynology.

The strong points of this mention are the numerous land and sea sites carried out throughout the training, the intervention of high-level researchers from both institutes, the possibility of research internships, among other possibilities, within IUEM, IFREMER or SHOM.

Learning path

Ocean Geoscience (GO)

The Ocean Geoscience learning path is strongly linked to the eponymous laboratory. The graduates of this master’s degree will be able to develop and design research projects, provide expertise and consulting activities within public or private structures in the fields of geosciences and, in particular, marine geosciences. This master’s degree allows students to pursue a doctorate in marine geosciences, particularly in the following fields: margins, ridges, rifts, mineral resources, sedimentology, paleoenvironments, paleo-climates, marine geochemistry.

More informations …

Coastal and Coastal Resource Engineering and Management (IGRECL)

The IGREC course clearly aims at a non-academic professional integration in the management of coastal and coastal resources among SMEs in the sector, local authorities and large groups whose work affects these environments. At the end of this course, students will have multidisciplinary skills in the management and exploitation of mineral and biological resources, with an understanding of the concepts of risk and vulnerability. These skills will enable them to adapt, anticipate and respond to coastal spatial planning strategies taking into account the European legal and socio-economic framework.

More informations …

Educational software

Since December 2018, UBO’s STU (Earth and Universe Sciences) courses have had free access to PETROLEUM EXPERTS’ MOVE software suite, under an agreement signed between the UBO’s Earth Sciences Department and this company. The commercial equivalent of this donation of the MOVE software suite is £1,308,000.00.

This software is the most complete structural geology analysis and modeling “toolbox” available. It provides a complete digital environment to report in 3 dimensions on geological properties and characteristics by reducing the risks and uncertainties of geological models. It is a platform for the integration and interpretation of geophysical data, section construction, 3D model construction, kinematic restoration and validation, geo-mechanical modeling, fracture modeling, fault role modeling and analysis of the relationships between faults and tectonic constraints.

The Earth Sciences Department and the University of Brest (UBO) sincerely thank PETROLEUM EXPERTS Limited for their donation for the free use of the MOVE software suite. This tool will allow us to train our students in Licence 3 (at the UFR Sciences et Techniques du Bouguen) and in Master 1 and 2 (at the IUEM, Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer) to use in the classroom this professional software commonly used in design offices, consulting firms and large geoscience companies working on geological reservoirs. For doctoral students, the databases at their disposal (most often bathymetric data and dense seismic reflection profiles) can thus be significantly enhanced according to the objectives of their thesis work.

More informations :

UBO’s Earth Sciences learning path benefit from the free availability of the Kingdom Suite Software distributed by IHS Markit through the University Grant Program, which is updated every year since 2008.

Kingdom Suite software is a worldwide reference for 2D and 3D seismic interpretation and allows the integration of geophysical and geological data offering a wide variety of uses in fundamental and applied research. The software is used in the classroom for Master’s degree courses in Ocean Geosciences and Coastal Resource Engineering and Management. It is also used during sea teaching campaigns and for projects conducted individually by doctoral students at the Ocean Geosciences Laboratory.

The Department of Earth Sciences and the University of Brest (UBO) sincerely thank IHS Markit for the accreditation they have received for the free use of the Kingdom Suite software.

Free and Open Source Geographic Information System

More informations

Programming language for technical calculation, paid software, license acquired at the Laboratory.

More informations

Technical calculation programming language, free numerical calculation software comparable to MATLAB.

More informations

Contacts


Specilization coordinaor :

Christine AUTHEMAYOU (Send an email)

GO learning path:

M1 : Aurélie PENAUD (Send an email)

M2 : Christine AUTHEMAYOU (Send an email)

IGRECL learning path :

Evelyne GOUBERT (Send an email)

Marine Sciences (Marine Physics)

,

SML Master’s degree

Marine Sciences (Marine Physics)

This international specialitie is co-accredited by IUEM to UBO and by ENSTA Bretagne. It aims to provide students with knowledge of the physical and dynamic properties of the marine environment and related engineering elements (especially ships). It has 3 courses: Ocean and Climate Physics (POC), Marine Geophysics (GM) and Naval Hydrodynamics (HN). These 3 paths have a common block in M1: fluid mechanics, solids, applied mathematics, data analysis, numerical modelling… The specializations for each course are more important in M2. The training is based on long academic or industrial research internships at the end of M2.

This specialitie allows access to doctoral training within the framework of the UBL Doctoral School of Marine and Coastal Sciences, as well as to jobs as a research engineer in many regional, national or foreign companies. The context in Brest is particularly developed for marine science and technology.

We hope that a new Ocean Data Sciences training path will open in September 2019, as part of the Ocean Physics and Climate course, and then in 2020 independently. Following this course and then doing a year of Marine Geomatics at ENSTA Bretagne (subject to admission on file) will open the way to the diploma of this great Engineering School.

The Marine Physics/Marine Sciences program in cooperation with graduate engineering schools in Brest, is international and taught essentially in English (see the site http://formations.univ-brest.fr/fr/index.html for more information). 

The program focuses on the physics of the sea (POC specialty), of the Earth particularly under the sea (GM specialty) and of ships and naval structures (HN specialty). In M1 the common scientific basics (Fluid and solid mechanics, applied maths, numerical analysis) are taught. In M2, the specific knowledge of each specialty is taught. Projects and internships are essential in the program. Relation with research centres and with private companies are central to research training.

We hope that a new specialty Ocean Data Science will open in September 2019 in the context of the specialty Ocean Physics and Climate and as an independent specialty (still under Marine Physics/Marine Sciences) in September 2020.

Attending and validating this specialty and then validating the (one-year) specialty Marine Geomatics (provided the results of the M2 are good) would lead to obtaining the Engineering Degree of ENSTA Bretagne.

More precise information in English about our program and how to apply can be obtained with contacting Master.Marphys@univ-brest.fr

Learning path

Ocean Physics and Climate

The course is based on the Laboratory of Physical and Spatial Oceanography (LOPS), the Laboratory of the Marine Environment (LEMAR), both of the IUEM UMRs, the Hydrography, Oceanography and Meteorology department of SHOM, the Laboratory of Coastal Hydrodynamics of CEREMA.

Opportunities: research, teaching and research, consulting firms (impact of ocean circulation, or extreme events on offshore structures, coastal erosion, marine ecology, exploitation of marine resources, or changes in pollution levels).

More informations …

Marine Geophysics

The course is based on the Ocean Geosciences Laboratory (LGO), which is a research unit, and the Marine Geosciences Department of IFREMER.

Opportunities: research, teaching and research, research and development in the fields of marine energies, offshore / petroleum, marine mineral resources, and in design offices (sedimentary transport, coastal risks…).

More informations …

Naval Hydrodynamics

The learning path is based on the Dupuy de Lôme Research Institute (IRDL, FRE, Brest) and the Institut de Recherche de l’École Navale (IRENAV).

Opportunities: research, teaching and research, design offices and test centres, marine energies, architecture and shipbuilding.

More informations …

Contact


The speciality coordinator

Xavier CARTON
Send an email

The M1 coordinator

Guillaume ROULLET
Envoyer un mail

The M2 coordinators

  • Marine Geophysics learning path

Cécile GRIGNÉ
Send an email

  • Naval Hydrodynamic learning path

Kostia RONCIN
Send an email

  • Ocean Physics and Climate learning path

Xavier CARTON
Send an email

SML Master’s degree

SML Masters programme

Marine and coastal sciences

Latest news


Applications for the SML 2020-2021 Master’s Degree

,
The SML Master's application campaign will begin in April, according to a calendar specific to each course, which can be consulted on the Ecandidat application site, under the heading "Training offer". To find out more, go to the "Practical…

A unique Master’s degree in France

The Master’s degree in Marine and Coastal Sciences is unique in France. It brings together under the same domain 8 mentions which cover, each according to its disciplinary fields, different aspects of Marine and Coastal Sciences: Biotechnology, Biology, Environmental Management, Applied Economics, Maritime Activities Law, Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences, Chemistry and Life Sciences, Marine Physics, etc. This training domain is crucial for the coherence and visibility of an exceptional multidisciplinary thematic offer which is being extended to the scale of the Université Bretagne Loire. Its articulation with the Department of Sea and Coastal Research and the Doctoral School of Sea and Coastal Sciences of the Comue, with strong economic and societal challenges, creates a close synergy between teaching – research – business.The master’s degree, backed by the research laboratories of IUEM and its partners (CNRS, IRD, Ifremer, SHOM, Cedre, CEREMA, ENSTA, IMT Atlantique, ENIB, Ecole Navale), offers the best teaching conditions to train future professionals who are experts in their disciplines and capable of establishing collaborations between natural sciences (ecologists, geochemists, biologists and geologists) and society (geographers, lawyers, economists)”.

Check out our 8 mentions

Internationalization


The SML Master’s degree focuses on interdisciplinarity in the field of Marine Sciences, but also on internationalisation by welcoming international students, supporting incoming and outgoing mobility and specific actions.

Professional integration


The SML Master’s degree implements actions to help the professional integration of its students.

Continuing education


The SML Master’s degree offers the framework for continuing education “at sea” from UBO to IUEM and offers a complete catalogue.

Practical information

Comment postuler ?


Most learning paths use the application site E-candidat. You can already create your candidate profile there. Applications will be available in April, according to a schedule specific to each learning path.

Diploma withdrawal


Have you been a student at the IUEM, have you graduated but have never withdrawn your diploma? No problem, just fill out this form and you can pick it up at your convenience.

document transfer


To request the transfer of your educational documents to another university, follow this link.

Your request will be processed as soon as possible.

Training

Training at the IUEM

Continuing education



The SML Master’s degree offers, at the IUEM, the framework for UBO’s continuing education on marine topics and offers a complete catalogue.