Sustainable Management Of Aquatic Eco Systems

Course Info

The main aim of this master’s study programme is to prepare high-qualified ecologists by developing the competencies needed for the blue economy sector concerning the marine and coastal environment, its bio-resources and management. Students will gain competencies in integrating knowledge on interactions of anthropogenic and natural processes and socio-economic and legal aspects in the marine and coastal environment context.

This unique programme focuses on the ecology and environmental science of coastal waters and the marine environment. A significant focus is dedicated to the Baltic Sea ecosystem, which is highly challenged by anthropogenic impact. The courses are provided by practising scientists with international experience working in the Mediterranean, Arctic and Baltic Sea regions.

The main courses in the curriculum include Marine and Coastal Management; Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning; Application of GIS and Spatial Analysis Methods to Marine and Coastal Zone Research; Blue Economy; Aquaculture Technologies.

Global issues you will tackle

Adaptation to climate change, Aquatic pollution mitigation measures, Aquaculture as the solution for food challenges related to population growth.

Application Requirements

  • High school / secondary education
    • Diploma
    • Transcript of grades


  • Bachelor’s degree in related category 


  • Eligibility for masters degree in home country



 * International test score (e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.) At least B2