Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 admission to the *Master of Marine Science and Management* at Southern Cross University (SCU), Australia.

This course is delivered from SCU’s National Marine Science Centre <>, which is a purpose built teaching and research facility that is equipped with world-class laboratories and field equipment. Our unique location on the east coast of Australia in Coffs Harbour, NSW allows you to complete field studies in a range of coastal and marine environments, including the Solitary Islands Marine Park. __

The Master of Marine Science and Management is designed for university graduates wanting to pursue specialist expertise in marine science with a focus on sustainability and management. The curriculum is strongly influenced by the needs of industry and potential employers, and has both a theoretical and a practical focus.

The program is taught by leading marine researchers. We are one of the most highly ranked Australian universities in the fields of oceanography, and fisheries and aquaculture (Excellence in Research for Australia, 2015).

Online applications are due by the 24 February 2017; however it is recommended that your application is received two months beforehand (especially if you are an international student needing a visa). Students who have completed a relevant Bachelor degree will receive four units of advanced standing towards their degree.

For more information, please go to or feel free to contact me by email.

Dr Anna Scott

Course Coordinator, Bachelor and Master of Marine Science and Management

School of Environment, Science and Engineering

National Marine Science Centre

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