Master des Monats
Der Master of Marine and Antarctic Science der University of Tasmania
This is the only masters degree in the world which uniquely combines marine science with a focus on the southern ocean and Antarctica. You’ll have access to industry-leading facilities at the Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies (IMAS) and internationally recognised experts to help you kick-start your career.
The Master of Marine and Antarctic Science provides:
- Practical skills alongside theoretical studies to broaden your experience and give you the edge when it comes to employment
- More than lectures, labs and tutorials with study trip units that take learning to the Southern Ocean and into Australia's largest fisheries, aquaculture and seafood industries
- Contacts, work experience and research links in Australia's largest fisheries and aquaculture industries (based in Tasmania)
- Access to our international partner organisations and internationally recognised marine science organisations based in Tasmania
- One year project, individual research-based thesis or group industry-relevant project
You'll have the choice to study one of the following three streams: Marine Biology, Fisheries Management or Sustainable Aquaculture.
- Class sizes are small
- We offer a professional accreditation in Scientific Diving that students can get while studying!
- Access to a huge pool of specialised academics, largest cluster of marine scientists in the southern hemisphere.
- Direct interaction and personal relationships with staff due to small class sizes
- Significantly international, industry and Government connections due to the depth and breadth of research activity
- IMAS work closely with the Australian Antarctic Division and CSIRO
- Antarctic administration and policy
- Australian Antarctic Division
- Biologist (marine and plant)
- Climate research
- CSIRO marine and atmospheric research
- Environmental conservation
- Fisheries management (commercial and sport)
- Marine and freshwater research
- Marine conservation
- State and Federal Government departments
- Centre for World University Rankings (CWUR) inaugural university rankings (2017) have listed IMAS areas in top 10 globally: Marine and Freshwater Biology (4th), Oceanography (7th), Fisheries (7th)
- QS World Rankings (2018) have ranked UTAS' "Earth and Marine Sciences" at number 42
- ARWU – Oceanography (13)
- Hobart is the gateway city to the East Antarctic (IMAS students with relevant research projects may get the opportunity to go to Antarctica)
- Tasmania is home to Australia's largest fisheries and aquaculture industry
- Australia has the world's third largest marine jurisdiction
- Tasmanian marine systems have high biodiversity and endemism
- Tasmania is a hot spot for climate change research and understanding
Weitere Informationen zum Programm findest du auch direkt auf den Seiten der University of Tasmania.