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International Master of Science in Health Management in Aquaculture (AquaH)


Ghent University Faculty of Bioscience Engineering

Full time September MSc 2 years full time

About the course

Aquaculture, the controlled production of aquatic (food) organisms, plays a crucial role in relieving the growing need for health, tasty and sustainably produced food. For decades, aquaculture sector is the fastest growing food production system globally and is the only option to reduce the pressure on levelling or declining wild fisheries.

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Entry Requirements

Bachelor of Science degree (in developing countries typically a 4-year programme) in a discipline related to the content of the programme from a recognized University, College or Institute. Candidates are expected to have basic science training (demonstrable in the transcripts) in at least three out of four of the following fields: (i) mathematics, statistics and physics, (ii) chemistry and biochemistry, (iii) biology and microbiology and (iv) engineering, with an end result of at least second class upper or equivalent. See course description for further admission details. Some academic or professional background in aquaculture is recommended


Fees

4.500 € for EU students + students from Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Turkey and Serbia
9.000,00 € for all other students

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Eligibility

Programme costs cover institutional tuition fees, insurance and participation in all teaching activities of the programme, including lab courses, excursions, and the MSc research project.

For European Students (EU, European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland) the programme participation costs are 4500 €/year.

For Non- European nationalities the cost is set at 9000 €/year.
The IMSOGLO master programme offers EMJMD scholarships:

ERASMUS scholarships (EMJMD scholarship) full scholarship up to 49000 EUR for all nationalities.

Application Procedure

Programme costs

Programme costs cover institutional tuition fees, insurance and participation in all teaching activities of the programme, including lab courses, excursions, and the MSc research project.

For European Students (EU, European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland) the programme participation costs are 4500 €/year.

For Non- European nationalities the cost is set at 9000 €/year.
The IMSOGLO master programme offers EMJMD scholarships:

ERASMUS scholarships (EMJMD scholarship) full scholarship up to 49000 EUR for all nationalities.
Scholarships

The EMJMD scholarship is a full scholarship that covers tuition fee, monthly allowance and travel costs up to a total of 49000 EUR for the full 2-year master programme.

The tuition fee is automatically paid from the scholarship.

The student receives 1000 EUR/month allowance as support for housing and general subsistence (food & leisure).

A travel allowance up to 3000 EUR/year (can be lower depending of distance to coordinating university).

An installation contribution of 1000 EUR, one time.

All nationalities can apply.

Application deadline: 1st of March 2019. Notification of scholarship nominees on April 1st 2019.


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