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Cruise Management Course – School in Gdynia

2021-08-09

Gdynia Maritime University and the Johanna project invites students and PhD Students to join the Online School ‘Cruise Management Course’ at Gdynia Maritime university. The EU Project JOHANNA develops education programs in South Baltic destinations to increase skilled workforce for a sustainable small cruise development in the South Baltic Sea.

Gdynia Maritime University logoThe Online School is opened and free of charge to students of the second-cycle studies (M. Sc.) and the last year of the first-cycle studies (both full-time and part-time students), majors in the broadly understood maritime economy. The offer is also addressed to students with disabilities. Students get the Cruise Management Course Certificates as well as would earn ECTS points during the course. Online School participants are expected to have a sufficient command of English to be active during the classes.

The updated information is that the school will take place 18 October – 4 November 2021 (seven online afternoon session).

Deadline to apply: 12 October 2021.

More information can be found on the Johanna Project's website.

This information is updated 8 October 2021.

Call for applications for IFZO-Research Fellowship

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Baltic Sea Region Research (IFZO) has opened the call to award four research fellowships. They are looking for scholars at doctorial and postdoctoral level who are looking to support research abour transformations in the Baltic Sea region and would benefit from a period of residence in Griefswald. 

Logo of the IFZO in Griefswald

The application deadline is the 15 November 2021. The IFZO invites applicants from scholars who are willing to contribute to this programme as well as engage in an interdisciplinary manner with researchers from the wider Baltic Sea region. The IFZO accomodates seven research themes:

  • Cultural Heritage
  • Energy
  • Security and International Relations
  • Regional Development and Rural Areas
  • New Nationalism 
  • Sustainability
  • Regional Land Use Dynamics

Applications are welcomes from those scholars who work on case studies with a strong connection to the Baltic Sea region or which follow a strong conceptual appraoch that can benefit the centre. There are a number of benefits to becoming an IFZO-Fellow which include time to research, access to an extensive network and a close research environment. 

Full details which include details of the fellowship duration and stipend, along with the guidelines and material necessary for application can be found below

Information PDF

Further information:

University of Greifswald, IFZO, Interdisciplinary Centre for Baltic Sea Region Research, Bahnhofstrasse 51, 17487 Greifswald, Germany, ifzo@uni-greifswald.de 

Logo of the University of Greifswald

Last modified: 2021-10-07