10 September 2018
For over 150 years, the University of Plymouth has been at the forefront of marine education and research. It boasts one of the largest concentrations of marine scientists and professionals in Europe providing advanced study, research and links to commercial organisations. The university is offering 1-year full time post graduate courses in Marine & Ocean to the international students for upcoming intake. You must possess a first class honours degree in related subject and an IELTS overall 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in each element.
The programmes offered are supported by links to the world’s largest wave-energy test site, the Wave Hub project to the Plymouth Marine Science and Education Foundation. You will get the opportunity to conduct an International Research Project with recent destinations including Australia, Italy, Germany, Greece, Norway, New Zealand and the USA.
Master Courses in Marine & Ocean
The programmes are underpinned by extensive range of laboratory facilities such as wave-tank testing facilities in the COAST laboratory, the Marine Navigation Centre and Marine Institute. The Marine Station is equipped with state-of-the-art equipments, instruments, ROV’s, waterfront classrooms, aquaria and diving facilities.
In addition to postgraduate courses, Plymouth is also offering undergraduate courses in Marine & Ocean to international students for upcoming intake.
I got to know about UEA by looking at university rankings tables. From this, I started contacting UEA students over Instagram and Facebook and I was happy to receive positive reviews. I was nervous prior to starting my studies, but university staff helped me find accommodation. I found that there was support on campus such as free language classes and there were a lot of events happening for students to become familiar with the university.
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