Training internationalization

The international opening of the training programme in marine and coastal sciences is now a priority for IUEM. In this context, the Institute supports the mobility of its students, doctoral students, administrative staff and teacher-researchers, and participates in various international training programmes within the European and international framework.

Internationalisation at home

Programs in English

UEM offers two training programmes in English as part of the SML Master’s degree:

In addition, IUEM offers the possibility of registering for a double degree.

IMBRSea

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 objectives of the EMBRC consortium, IMBRSea covers a range of topics related to the sustainable use of marine living resources. With a focus on marine biological and ecological processes, the programme links the biology of marine organisms to environmental studies and marine policy and planning topics.

IMBRSea Master application deadline: 1 March 2019 – Apply here

ScolaMAR

The ScolaMAR-Innovative training for Smart coastal management and Sustainable blue growth project, is an Erasmus + capacity building project. ScolaMAR aims to strengthen Morocco’s capacity to face societal challenges related to coastal zone management. In order to train future trainers and executives in marine science, 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) programs, contact your training manager.

JOINT/INTERNATIONAL MASTER’S DEGREE

  • IMBRSea
  • Double degree University of Diponegoro (Indonesia): SBM, E2AME (to come)
  • Double degree UQAR (Canada): SBM, EGEL mention (to come)

JOINT THESIS (PhD)

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 programs.

  • Co-badging (co-certification) CIBNOR (Mexico)
  • Joint program with the University of Wollongongong (Australia)
  • Joint program with the University of Tasmania (Australia)
  • Joint program with the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa)

Going abroad

WHERE AND HOW TO GO?

Students: It is possible to go abroad for a paid internship, or to study for one or two semesters at IUEM partner universities or in Quebec through the BCI program. Consult the recommendations on the website of the Europe and International Department to prepare your departure.

HOW TO FINANCE YOUR STAY?

Come to IUEM

Nearly 15% of the SML Master students are international. To join IUEM, you have several options.

APPLY INDIVIDUALLY TO THE IUEM

As part of an individual approach, you can apply for IUEM training courses via the Campus France network. The procedure to be followed is available on the DEI website.

WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF AN ERASMUS + OR INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT

Consult the list of IUEM international agreements.

AS PART OF A RESEARCH STAY (MSc, PhD)

Contact the person in charge of the research laboratory in which you wish to spend your stay. You can apply for mobility scholarships reserved to incoming LabexMer/ISBlue students.

AS POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS

LabexMer/ISBlue offers a grant to finance the mobility of young researchers within the framework of its research axes.

Contacts

The IUEM Partnerships and International Relations Department’s mission is to promote the Institute’s research and teaching activities at the international level.

Lea Sharkey

International relations coordinator at IUEM

Olivier Gauthier

International Mobility Coordinator for IUEM and IMBRSea Master Coordinator

Justine Roddier

ScolaMAR project manager and administrative support to the IMBRSea Master