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With our program, you'll have the unique opportunity to author or co-author a scientific paper, contributing to real-world research projects that inform and guide sustainable conservation and community development efforts worldwide. This experience not only elevates your academic profile but also allows you to collaborate with seasoned professionals who will shape your studies and future career.
Our research fellowships offer specialized remote academic supervisors, ensuring you receive bespoke support tailored to your program's specific needs. Whether you're studying predator kill preferences in a South African reserve or diving into marine conservation in Tenerife, our expert supervisors provide guidance on methodologies, data collection and analysis. You'll gain hands-on experience, all while living in remote research stations, surrounded by pristine natural environments, and engaging ethically with wildlife, habitats and communities.
- Live and work on a remote research location.
- Lead or co-author an academic paper. Conduct research abroad and either lead or co-author a paper on a specific issue.
- Complete your thesis, dissertation or contribute towards one of our flagship research projects.
- Small group research guidance with a supervisor to receive training on research methods and feedback on your research project.
- Gain access to and contribute to our vast and established databases.
Monitor pilot whales, dolphins and Tenerife's marine ecosystem, contributing to sustainable tourism and global marine knowledge. The data you collect can contribute towards your individual projects, dissertation or ongoing research. Learn from experts, master photo identification, and use hydrophones for insights into social dynamics and behavior.
Venture into South Africa's bushveld to gain hands-on research experience and contribute to vital conservation projects. Work alongside experts and collect data on a variety of iconic species, including lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, buffalo, cheetahs, and spotted hyenas. Your data will help maintain a healthy ecosystem in the greater Kruger region and protect its wildlife.
Explore the dense jungles of Kéköldi Indigenous Reserve with a team of academics, scientists, and conservationists. Contribute to meaningful research projects tracking vulnerable species like birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles. Learn to set up camera traps and input your sightings into citizen science databases. Gain hands-on experience, develop new skills, and earn qualifications in research and conservation.
Based in Lokobe National Park, participants on a wildlife research fellowship receive on-the-ground training, learn from conservation experts and gain career-boosting experience.On this research fellowship you’ll conduct surveys and collect data on amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates, biodiversity, lemurs and birds. The data collected will be used for your individual research project or long-term research initiatives.
Dive into hands-on research and preservation of Ban Nam Khem's coastal ecosystem. From mastering species identification to contributing to vital projects like beach profiling and marine education workshops, you'll actively make a difference. Your research can contribute towards your dissertation or other research initiatives.