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	U.K. Student Intern at BIOS.</p>

U.K. Student Intern at BIOS.

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	Preparing for a dive during the Coral Reef Ecology course.</p>

Preparing for a dive during the Coral Reef Ecology course.

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	U.K. Associates student uses a quadrat during the Coral Reef Ecology summer course.</p>

U.K. Associates student uses a quadrat during the Coral Reef Ecology summer course.

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	Students identify reef fish in the lab.</p>

Students identify reef fish in the lab.

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	Summer course students in the lab.</p>

Summer course students in the lab.

Eligibility: Students enrolled in U.K. colleges/universities are eligible to receive U.K. Associates of BIOS funding, with preference given to students who are U.K. citizens. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply.

Courses

In the summer semester, BIOS offers a range of marine science courses that are aimed at both undergraduate and graduate students. Students enrolled at U.K. universities will automatically be considered for U.K. Associates of BIOS scholarships to assist with the summer course fee which includes room, board and tuition. However, funding from the U.K. Associates of BIOS cannot be used to cover travel expenses.

Summer Course and Scholarship Application: Students must submit the summer course application form, indicating the amount of scholarship funding being sought and providing a statement regarding their qualifications and financial need. All eligible students will automatically be considered for a U.K. Associates of BIOS scholarship. The deadline for applications is April 15 and students will be advised of the success of their course and scholarship applications by early May.

Internships

The U.K. Associates of BIOS are offering a full scholarship for a student to participate in a 12-week research internship at BIOS, thanks to the generosity of XL Catlin. This scholarship will cover the cost of the intern’s accommodation and meals at BIOS, as well as providing a small student stipend and a contribution to research expenses associated with the intern’s research project. Scholarship funds do not cover travel expenses or medical/travel insurance.

Internship Application: Students who meet the eligibility requirements should consult the list of potential internship projects and mentors. After selecting up to 3 potential projects and mentors, students should complete the internship application form. Students should note that the application form includes a list of documents which must accompany the completed application form; these documents include 2 letters of reference from academics familiar with your work, your CV and a copy of recent transcripts. Applications are due by June 15. If you have any questions, please email education@bios.edu.