Marine Science Internship is dedicated to delivering resume-building skills and training in the foundations of scientific research and science diving. This program is geared toward students aged 14-16 looking to pursue advanced studies in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects. Through this 2-week immersive program students participate in research-based field trips, conduct laboratory investigations and work on team building skills during group activities and projects centered on BIOS’s scientific research. During Marine Science Internship students will work toward building their SCUBA confidence to enable them to engage in their own independent research projects.
Program Requirements and Schedule
Date: August 10-21, 2020
Non-residential tuition fee: $1,900
Residential tuition fee: $3,500
International students are encouraged to apply. Residential tuition fee includes room and board at BIOS (rooms are based on double occupancy). Three meals are provided daily in BIOS’s dining hall.
Prerequisites for acceptance into Marine Science Internship are:
- Age 14-16
- Current Advanced Open Water SCUBA diving certification (PADI or equivalent)
The application for Marine Science Internship can be found here. The deadline for submitting completed applications is April 15, 2020. Shortlisted applicants will be notified by April 30. Notifications of acceptance will occur on or before May 15.
Interested in the Marine Science Internship program? Students can apply for a bursary for financial aid to help with the cost of taking part.
In Their Own Words
“I have learned an incredible amount at BIOS, and seen new aspects of Bermuda, the sea and scientific research. I have no doubt that the knowledge and connections I found at BIOS will aid me throughout my life. If given the opportunity to do this program again, I would do it in a heartbeat. The skills I learned at BIOS’s Marine Science Internship will certainly set me apart from others and enable me to pursue unique careers to which I would not otherwise have had the opportunity to be exposed. I hope I cross paths with my fellow interns and BIOS mentors in the future. I would love to return to BIOS as a research assistant or assistant to Marine Science Internship.” Eason Rytter, 2019.
“Marine Science Internship gave me great field experience, taught me about the technical parts of the marine ecosystem and let me get more diving experience.” Justin Stovell, 2019.