Cetasmus training experience monitoring research

CIMA Research Foundation has developed the CETASMUS program, a training experience on methodologies for cetacean monitoring. The program offers both theoretical modules – with dedicated seminars and workshops – and technical and practical sampling and data collection at sea, on issues such as distribution, abundance and behavior of cetaceans.

CETASMUS is offered to students and researchers from all over the world, with priority given to candidates from developing countries or emerging economies.
The program represents a tool to share the italian ‘know-how’ on the management of marine biodiversity worldwide. It is possible to apply to CETASMUS all year round. During the summer season a five-months commitment – which includes months from May to September – is required. The CETASMUS program is free of charges to participants. Occasionally CIMA Research Foundation provides a resctricted number of CIMA funded position, in order to cover the candidate lodging expenses. Students currently enrolled in a european university, can also participate at CETASMUS by applying for a fellowship to the Erasmus Placement Program.


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