Marine Science Course – GMIT



By Gerry O Sullivan

Posted: 13 September, 2017

A Science@Sea course in multidisciplinary marine science will take place on Thursday 30th November and Friday 1st December in Cork Harbour and its approaches.

This CPD course on the RV Celtic Voyager is aimed at graduates, postgraduates, researchers, industry professionals and educators.

Science@Sea participants will  gain first-hand experience in the set-up, applications, and operation of a wide range of sampling equipment and instrumentation.  Other elements essential to carrying out data collection at sea are also addressed including safety at sea, research vessel activities and survey design and planning.

 

 

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The closing date for applications is Friday the 29th of September and applications can be made online at: https://smartseaschool.wufoo.eu/forms/sciencesea-2017-application-form/

For further information please  or visit the SMART website at: http://www.smartseaschool.com/ScienceAtSea2017 email smart@gmit.ie

Course fees for Science@Sea are set at €150 for applicants from SMART member institutions and €250 for applicants from non-affiliated institutions and payable to Lifelong Learning at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology.

Strategic Marine Alliance for Research and Training (SMART)

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

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