Marine Scotland invites postgraduate students (at Masters and PhD levels) in UK academic institutions to apply for a paid internship, duration between 3-6 months, to undertake a research project addressing knowledge gaps in the fields of offshore renewable energy, fish ecology and commercial fisheries, as identified by the ScotMER FFSRG Evidence Map.

Applicants must be resident in the UK and be enrolled in a PhD or MSc at a UK university entitled to a home fee basis. Postgraduates will be expected to retain their PhD or MSc registration during the internship and will be registered at the University of Aberdeen on a visiting student status if required.

This is a funded opportunity by Marine Scotland.

Find out more about the ScotMER Internship Programme 2019

Apply for the ScotMER Internship Programme 2019

Applications for the Internship Programme 2019 are currently closed 

Candidates interested in project idea number 2 with Equinor “Multi-use pilot between fisheries and floating wind farms at the Hywind Offshore Floating windfarm off the North East Coast of Scotland” should submit a CV to Kirsty Wright from Marine Scotland (contact: Support from Marine Scotland will then be given to the successful candidate for completing the application form for the call. Applications to the ScotMER competitive call for internship funding are now closed.

Multiuse Offshore Windfarms with Equinor 2019