Education and training
Training professionals for the rapidly evolving field of Conservation Biology is essential for securing a future for our natural heritage. We achieve this by fostering science education and training as part of our strategic objectives. The CRC research team contributes to the education and training of students and young researchers in biology and veterinary medicine, and is actively involved in lecturing students at universities and colleges in Belgium and the Netherlands. We provide internships and (co)supervise student projects, and offer MSc and PhD positions in conservation biology and veterinary sciences. In an avarage year a total of 40 Bachelor and Masters students write a thesis as part of a CRC research project, and 8 PhD students work towards the completion of their PhD degrees. In addition, the CRC invests in building scientific capacity in developing countries by providing research training opportunities for Cameroonian, Congolese and Brazilian students and conservation professionals.
Academic year 2016-2017, 10 October - 4 November 2016
Contact: Zjef Pereboom (zjef.pereboom [at] kmda.org)
This course module is a part of the Specialisation Programme Behavioural Ecology of the Master Environmental Biology at Utrecht University. Visit the course website for more information.
Academic Year 2016-2017, 2nd semester February - May 2017
Contact: Zjef Pereboom (zjef.pereboom [at] kmda.org).
The course Conservation genetics is part of the Master in Biologie: specialisation Biodiversity: conservation and restoration at Universiteit Antwerpen. More information is available at the University website and on BlackBoard.
Academic year 2016-2017, This Bachelor programme module is planned for April/May 2017
Please contact Rianne Pinxten at the University of Antwerp (annie.pinxten [at] uantwerpen.be) for details.
Studentships and internships
Please contact one of the CRC Research Staff members for information.
Master projects 2016/2017
IP Projects 2016/2017