During the broad bachelor’s programme Marine Sciences, you will immerse yourself in biosciences, environmental sciences, and social sciences in order to understand the complexity of marine systems worldwide. The focus is on nature, food and society. You will, for example, study the effects of climate change, how seas and oceans can contribute to the sustainable production of food, and how we can design innovative solutions for coastal defense, reef restoration or sustainable energy, inspired and supported by nature. Furthermore, you will develop the knowledge and skills to bridge conflicting interests.
Why this programme?
- You will be broadly educated and you will learn to integrate the knowledge of different disciplines. This will enable you to work with many different stakeholders in the future.
- The challenges in the marine domain are major and you will be able to make an important contribution to the development of innovative, sustainable solutions.
- The programme has an international orientation and is open to students from all countries. During your studies, you will learn to work with different nationalities.
- You can choose from many different follow-up master’s programmes.
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- Full Time
Secondary school leaving certificate equivalent to the Dutch pre-university diploma. Subject requirements: You should have studied mathematics, biology and chemistry.
Reduced EU Tuition Fee (50%): students without a Dutch bachelor’s degree who enrol in 2023-2024 for the first time in higher education in the Netherlands as a student.
Application deadline for EU students is June 15.
Submit application documents in Osiris application portal (non-EU until May 1 and EU until July 1).
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning