Institutes surrounding the ICBM
Oldenburg and the Northwestern region of Germany have an international reputation as an outstanding location for research in the field of marine biology that successfully attracts both national and international scientists and students.
Early career scientists in the PhD program “Environmental Sciences and Biodiversity” or in the Collaboration Network of Marine Graduate Programs at the University of Oldenburg are welcome to participate in most training courses offered at our partner institutions.
Collaboration Network of Marine Graduate Programs
Marine Education in the Northwest of Germany Marine Research Association (Nordwestverbund Meeresforschung)
The northwestern region of Germany is internationally recognized for its excellence in marine, polar and climate research.Together, universities and research institutions build a strong training network for early career scientists. Structured M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs guarantee marine education and supervision on its highest level
|ICBM||PhD Programme Environmental Sciences and Biodiversity / CRT Roseobacter / PhD Programme Ecology of Molecules|
|Oltech||Oldenburg Graduate School Science, Medicine and Technoloy|
|POLMAR||Helmholtz Graduate School for Polar and Marine Research|
|MarMic||International Max Planck Research School of Marine Microbiology|
|MARUM||Center for Marine Environmental Science|
|ZMT||Leibniz Graduate School at Center for Tropical Marine Ecology|
The language of education in all graduate courses is English. In most programs, international students make up half of the student body. Close cooperation between the research institutions ensures that early career scientists are welcome to participate in trainings offered by programs other than their own. An overview over study and training opportunities for Master and Ph.D. students as well as early career Postdocs are also shown on a common website of the programmes.