One of the main objectives of MARUM is to train early career researchers to take on the diverse challenges of top-level research, including cross-disciplinary collaborations and science communication to a broader public.
The graduate school serves as a central platform for interdisciplinary training for doctoral students in marine sciences at the University of Bremen and its partner institutions. GLOMAR follows a threefold strategy to prepare young marine scientists for their future career:
- Educating the students to become excellent young scientists in their respective fields,
- Providing them with an interdisciplinary foundation and an international network, and
- Giving them the opportunity to improve their transferable skills
English is the primary language for all communication and classes.
Key features of GLOMAR:
- Excellent research environment at MARUM and its partner institutions
- Team supervision through a thesis committee
- Interdisciplinary and structured PhD programme in English
- Monthly research seminars under the guidance of a research associate in one of four research themes
- Funding for conferences and research stays, or placements in industry
- Intensive support for international students
- Support for PhD students with children
An invitation from the Graduate Dean:
A film from the early days of GLOMAR, back in 2007, when the Graduate School focused on 'Global Change in the Marine Realm'. Since 2012, GLOMAR has been open to PhD students from ALL fields of marine sciences.