With data obtained via online questionnaires of 200 former EMBC and EMBC+ students we got a lot of information about their current where-bouts that was summarized in the following info-graphs. Not all students replied for all the questions, since it was open for choosing. The first part covers information on their age, country they are living, gender, etc. Interesting to notice that a lot of former students continue to live their lives abroad, in a different country then where they are from, after the end of the program.
The Phycology research group (Olivier De Clerck’s lab) is looking for a highly motivated PhD student for a project focusing on the effect of life cycle variation on genome organization, evolution and adaptation.
We are launching a new IMBRSea page for a new IMBRSea program!
The International Master in Marine Biological Resources (IMBRSea), is a joint Master program organized by eleven European universities in the field of marine sciences, supported by a large network of stakeholders (including Universities, Research institutions, Companies). IMBRSea is considered as the flagship Master program of the European Marine Biological Resource Center (EMBRC-ERIC).