The international opening of the marine and coastal sciences training programme is now a priority for IUEM. In this context, the Institute supports its students mobility, PhD students, administrative staff and teacher-researchers, and participates in various international training programmes within the European and international framework.
In addition, IUEM offers the possibility of registering for a double degree.
The International Master in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea) is a joint Master’s programme organised by nine leading European universities in the field of marine sciences. Based on the EMBRC consortium objectives, IMBRSea covers a range of topics related to marine living resources sustainable use. With a focus on marine biological and ecological processes, the programme links marine organisms biology to environmental studies and marine policy and planning topics.
The ScolaMAR–Innovative training for Smart coastal management and Sustainable bluegrowth project, is an Erasmus + capacity building project. ScolaMAR aims at strengthening Morocco’s capabilities to face societal challenges related to coastal zone management. In order to train future trainers and executives in marine sciences, law and economics, ScolaMAR supports the creation of an innovative and transversal Moroccan Master’s programme in Marine Sciences.
Register in a double degree program
To participate in double degree or cobadging (co-certification) programmes, contact your training manager.
You can carry out a research stay in a laboratory or in the field as part of your international mobility, or participate in a thesis co-supervision program with a partner university or institute of your choice, and through joint programmes.
Students: It is possible for you to go abroad as part of a paid internship, or to carry out a study mobility for one or two semesters with IUEM partner universities or in Quebec through the BCI program. Consult the recommendations on the Europe and International Department website to prepare your departure.