Fishing industry and marine resource management is a foundation in Icelandic business and economy. The essence of the Marine Resource Management programme is sustainability and economic use of marine resources in context of various marine and fisheries related subjects such as maritime law and fisheries economics, marine environment and climate change, fisheries business and marketing.
The Marine Resource Management Programme is an international cross-discipline masters, consisting of 120 ECTS, divided between core courses, restrictive elective course in research methods and specialization, and open elective courses. The programme concludes with a master’s thesis (30 or 60 ECTS).
New and exciting courses include:
Students receive a world class training allowing them to enter various career paths in private and public sector, including governmental institutes and ministries, fishing industry companies, engineering and technology firms, teaching, consulting and many more. The programme opens an entry to doctoral programmes as well.
Bjargey Anna Guðbrandsdóttir
Gimli, (3rd floor), Sæmundargata
101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Tel: +354 525 5457