23.11.2017 – ICBM
By: Dr. Sibet Riexinger

ICBM at the Jade Career Day

ICBM staff member Michaela Gerriets explains the study courses, offered by the institute. [Photo: S. Riexinger, ICBM]

Wilhelmshaven. Providing school leavers and students with professional prospects in the peripherals of an academic formation is the aim of the Jade Career Day at the Jade Hochschule in Wilhelmshaven. As in preceding years, on November 22 the ICBM participated in this traditionally well visited show of educational offers.


Informational offers of the ICBM to the visitors were dominated by the study course Marine Technology (BSc, an offer of Jade University of Applied Sciences in cooperation with ICBM) and the Master Programme Marine Sensors at the University of Oldenburg. Questions on further educational offers of the ICBM and professional perspectives were answered by ICBM staff members as well.


Together with Jade Hochschule Dipl. Ing. Volker Lubben, ICBM researcher Dr. Jan Schulz gave a short lecture on „Studying at the Sea for the Sea“ for those interested in study courses, especially focusing on composition and further prospects of the marine BSc/MSc combination.