Students visiting marine Harvest, Scotland

Exploring Diversity in Aquaculture (EDinAqua) is a blended programme that explores the aquaculture industry and its development through an intensive study from its multidisciplinary approach, the aquatic ecosystems it has an impact on, as well as the many cultures where it is practised. To enhance the learning experience, opportunities are provided that will immerse students into work-related application of STEM concepts learned through the online modules. Students will participate in lab activities, river stocking, site visits, getting involved in on-going research projects and opportunities for work experience with a company. This is to ensure young people get many opportunities to learn from experts in the field through the course of their education, as well as a better understanding of the needs placed on the aquatic resources and together, find best sustainable solutions that will address some of the issues affecting our dependency on our natural resources.

What’s been happening?

EURASTiP funded Educator Exchange in Malaysia

EURASTiP aims to maximise collaboration and strategic partnerships. EURASTiP has supported ‘FUNDED‘ Exchange Programmes between Europe and SE Asia in the field of sustainable aquaculture for three different types of stakeholders: educators, researchers and industry stakeholders.

Educator Exchange in Malaysia

Since first EATiP meeting in Montpelier 2018, a few developments have arisen including the formation of partnership between this programme, EDinAqua and the University Malaysia Terengganu (UMT). To learn more tune into Blog site and read this UMT Newsletter. Nice report!

Fisheries & Aquaculture Diploma Students @UMT