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Other training opportunities

Open Calls for Shipboard Training

Visit the Ocean Training Partnership website for current shipboard training announcements. 

 

POGO Shipboard trainings are advertised here: http://www.oceantrainingpartnership.org/current-training

 

Shipboard trainings by other organisations are listed here: http://www.oceantrainingpartnership.org/other_trainings#

POGO Grants for workshop attendance

POGO sponsors young scientists from developing countries to attend scientific workshops adhoc. This is not a open call for travel grants but only applies to workshops specifically selected by POGO. Please check the Training & Education page regularly to see which workshops are supported by POGO.

Marine Masters Summer Course, NIOZ (Netherlands)

Application deadline: 31 Mar 2020

 

The Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) is seeking applications to their annual Marine Masters Summer Course that gives insight into state-of-the-art marine research. This introductory, multidisciplinary course is hosted at NIOZ Texel, with the western Wadden Sea as hands-on research area. The period of fieldwork will take place 5-17 July 2020 at NIOZ on Texel.

 

Applications now open for NF-POGO Centre of Excellence 2020-21

Apply for the next NF-POGO Centre of Excellence at the AWI on Helgoland and Sylt - call open from January 2020.

 

Your application should be submitted by 15th March 2020.

Applicants will be notified if they have been selected by end of June 2020.

 

The training is scheduled to begin in the second half of October 2020.

Scholarships will be provided from NF-POGO through the CofE that cover travel, room, board, tuition, and a modest allowance for those students accepted into the programme.

 

Summer School on "Physics of the Ocean" on 12-17 July 2020 in Bad Honnef, Germany

Apply by 7 February for the upcoming Ocean Physics Summer School 2020 organized by Martin Visbeck (GEOMAR & Kiel University, Germany), Sabrina Speich (Ecole Normale Sup rieure - PSL, France) and David Marshall (Oxford University, UK) and run by the Bad Honnef Physics school supported by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus-Foundation.

 

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