Coral Reef Restoration Summer Course

4 Weeks Course

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4 weeks

This practical summer course provides 4 weeks of comprehensive knowledge, field trips and case studies.


Field trips

In order to get a full-on study experience, this summer course includes several field trips and excursions.


Profound Expertise

Well structured lectures held at Udayana University will provide you with theoretical background knowledge to be prepared for your field trips.


6 Credit Points

Within this summer course you can achieve up to 6 ECTS credit points awarded by the Udayana University in Bali.

Summer School: Coral Reef Restoration

Immerse yourself into a 4-week summer study course in coral reef restoration in Bali. Explore the conditions of coral reefs around the island of Bali and get a deeper understanding of the tropical marine environment. See how climate change and ocean acidification impact the coral reef ecosystem and why it is particularly important to restore its health status in order to ensure and secure the survival of all living being. During lectures and several field trips you will get to know and see different approaches used to restore the coral reefs around the island of Bali

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Summer School Facts

Study fees EUR 2,450

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Application deadline

Summer School 2020:

May 15th


Course Dates

Summer School 2020:

July 12th - August 7th


Field Trips

Your classroom | the Coral Reefs around Bali

Being located in the mega diverse Coral Triangle, Bali is home to a great number of different kind of coral species. This species richness makes Bali an attractive research destination for scientists from all over the world. However, only about 35% of this corals are in a good health condition. Therefore it is necessary to fight against the trend of coral bleaching, to find ways of increasing the overall health status of corals and to restore them. We believe that this special summer course in Bali will help to raise more awareness about this important topic and helps to gain more scientific data, which will eventually help to develop restoration projects even further.

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