NIOZ Courses & Summer Schools
NIOZ organises the annual Marine Masters Summer Course and is co-organiser of a number of summer schools that bring together marine scientists and students from Dutch as well as international universities. Their aim is to give insight into current directions of marine research, while encouraging exchange across disciplinary and country borders. Furthermore, NIOZ also is involved in training workshops for professionals.
NIOZ Marine Masters Summer Course, 5-17 July 2020 - CANCELLED
NIOZ offers an annual Marine Masters Summer Course that gives insight into state-of-the-art marine research. This introductory, multidisciplinary course covers physics, chemistry, biology and geology as the pillars of oceanography, and offers practical research experience. It is hosted at NIOZ Texel, with the western Wadden Sea as hands-on research area. Read the student blogs (2017, 2018, 2019) to find out about the students' experiences. The course will not be offered in 2020 as a result of measures taken against Covid-19. The next NIOZ Marine Masters Summer Course will take place in July 2021. For more information on the course, click here.
NCK Summer School, June 2021
NIOZ is part of the Netherlands Centre for Coastal Research (NCK), a network of private, governmental and independent research institutes and universities working in coastal research. The bi-annual NCK Summer School has the objective to provide tools and skills to young engineers and scientists, specializing in coastal and estuarine processes with a common background in knowledge. The NCK Summer School covers a range of physical and ecological topics in the coastal area. As a central theme, it links these topics to the Dutch Wadden Sea area and its surroundings, i.e. including the barrier islands and the North Sea. The NCK Summer School includes a series of lectures, elaborating case studies in small groups, field measurements and field trips, as well as a more informal programme in the evening. The next NCK Summer School will be held in June 2021 on the island of Texel, the Netherlands. For more information, visit the PAO website.