Experience a semester or summer abroad in Bali, that will change your perception of things! You will take part in a well-balanced semester program that provides a practical approach to understanding the biodiversity of the tropical ecosystem above and below waters. In a total of 16 weeks of a cademic classroom studies and field studies you will gain expert knowledge in Tropical Biology, Marine Science and Marine Conservation. Study and learn alongside local specialists, activists and the community. Understand the damage we have caused to our ecosystem and how sharing your knowledge to the communities worldwide is essential to restore its health.
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semester and summer courses in Bali
Semester in Bali
Tropical Biology and Marine Conservation
In a total of 16 weeks of academic classroom studies at Udayana University Bali and various field studies in and around Bali island you will gain expert knowledge in Tropical Biology or Marine Science and Conservation. You will learn more about the biodiversity on land and sea in the tropics and will understand the challenges especially tourism issues to nature and the local communities. In small research projects you will have the chance to apply newly gained expertise and develop own approaches towards new conservation strategies.
Coral Reef Restoration
This 4 weeks summer course will provide you with comprehensive knowledge about the coral reefs, its health status and different restoration approaches. You can earn up to 8 ECTS.
This 4 weeks summer course is designed to familiarize you with the biodiversity of the mangroves in the tropics, its role for the marine ecosystem, as well as its challenges in conservation. You can earn up to 8 ECTS.
Within 4 weeks of comprehensive knowledge and various field trips you will develop the ability to critically evaluate the impacts of tourism development on Bali as a major case study. You can earn up to 8 ECTS.
Understand the story of our oceans.
Without the oceans, there won’t be any life. 50 percent of our oxygen is generated by the ocean, every second breath we take. The ocean is our refuge, it brings us jobs, food and joy whenever we need it. But the ocean has to pay for this generosity: exploitation, overfishing, pollution, coral bleaching – just to name a few – are increasingly designing the future of our oceans. This semester program will help you to understand the scope of the oceans’ damage and how researches and small conservation initiatives are working towards sustainable solutions.