Marine Science Internship is dedicated to delivering resume-building skills and training in the foundations of scientific research and science diving. The program is geared toward students aged 14-18 looking to pursue advanced studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects. Through this 2-week 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. Students work toward their PADI Advanced Open Water certification over the course of the program while also engaging in their own independent research projects.
Program Requirements and Schedule
Session 1: July 17th- 28th 2017
Session 2: August 7th- 18th 2017
Tuition Fee: $1,600
Prerequisities for acceptance into Marine Science Internship are:
- 14 years of age or older
- Current 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 15th, 2017. Successful applicants will be notified by April 30th, at which point we'll request a written statement of acceptance.
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...
"The Marine Science Internship provided me with such an invaluable experience, researching elements of Bermuda’s waters that I had no idea even existed. The work that BIOS is doing has opened my eyes to the true wonders that are right in our backyard. The MSI program proved to be a great way to meet new people from other countries who shared a similar interest in marine science. I feel very lucky to have been a part of this amazing project and hope that others will get the same opportunity that I did." Lilly Barboza, 2016.
Still not convinced Marine Science Internship is a great opportunity for hands-on learning? Check out these YouTube videos of MSI students in the field! You can also read posts from MSI students on the BIOS Ocean Academy blog.