Marine Sciences post-graduate course is proud of its established partnerships with industrial and public entities. In the next years, we will establish a number of partnerships with industry, colleges and public agencies. Partnerships ensure that the most appropriate resources are utilized in ways that maximize the probability of meeting goals. Students and graduates will be involved in internship programs, job opportunities and research activities.
If you are a company or an institution and are in will to establish a partnership with us, please contact us via email and we will revert you back.
Following, a list of our partners and supporters.
QPS are experts in maritime geomatics software and services and has offices in the Netherlands, Canada, USA, and the UK.
QPS solutions are used across a variety of industries, including hydrographic surveying, offshore construction, dredging, oil and gas, chart production, and piloting. Services include on-site training, setup, and support. With the highest capabilities and industry-renowned stability, QPS keeps even the most complex jobs running smoothly.
MILAN CENTER for FOOD LAW and POLICY
Milan Center is an information structure that collects, catalogs and stores, in a systematic and updated way, both legislative materials, both public documents or public – private in terms of the right to food. The goal is: to make available to scholars and citizens that the words of the law states and national organizations, international and multilateral write in nutrition.
The University of Milano-Bicocca, through its MaRHE Center, has been conducting research in the Maldives also with the support of Planhotel Group. This long-standing partnership is aimed at the study and protection of Maldivian marine ecosystems. Planhotel Group periodically hosts on Thudufushi and Athuruga Islands researchers at the University of Milan-Bicocca in order to carry out specific research in the field of biodiversity and conservation. Planhotel also promotes Bicocca research through the funding of PhD scholarships and starting from 2017 all Planhotel marine biologists will also follow training courses prepared especially for them by Bicocca’s Professors.
The Federal University of Paranà (UFPR) is considered a symbol of Curitiba, tha capital city of the state of Paranà. Its history, enriched by struggles and achievements, is built by many hands, in a day by day effort, with dedication and commitment to the education and citizenship of the people of Paranà.
Istituto Oikos is a non-profit organisation that operates in Europe and in the South of the world to safeguard biodiversity and to promote the widespread adoption of more sustainable lifestyles. We are collaborating on a project for plastic reduction, re-cycle and re-use, in order to mitigate its impact in the marine environment
Capo Carbonara MPA (Sardinia)
Capo Carbonara Marine Protected Area is located in the south-eastern Sardinia. A number of rocky islets and submerged reefs are scattered all around the coast, washed by both the Sardinian Channel and the Southern Tyrrhenian Sea and it has different degrees of exposure to winds and waves. Rocky granitic cliffs alternate with large and small beach systems and a small lagoon, an important wetland for migratory birds. The presence of particular granitic morphologies as well as rhodolith beds and extensive Posidonia oceanica meadows increase the seascape value and offer a number of niches for marine flora and fauna.