JAMAICA, Kingston (1 December 2017) - - Global Sea Mineral Resources NV (GSR), is offering five places for candidates from developing States under its 2018 contractor training programme.
The five training opportunities are for:
One fellowship to attend the 2-year Master of Marine and Lacustrine Science and Management (Oceans & Lakes) programme organized by the Faculty of Science of the Free University of Brussels, Antwerp University and Ghent University with GSR providing travel, accommodation and tuition costs;
Two places to attend the annual 2018 session of the Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy in Greece (1-21 July 2018); and
ISA member States are encouraged to nominate qualified candidates, who must be from developing countries, for the training programme and should give assurance that:
- All information supplied by the candidate is complete and correct;
- The candidate will be made available at the time and for the period required for the training;
- The candidate will be placed on leave of absence with pay for the duration of the period of the training (if applicable); and
- Upon successful completion of the training, the candidate will be appropriately employed in their professional capacity or in a related field.
Submission of nominations and applications should be in the appropriate electronic forms, in one of the official languages of the Authority and emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org by the 31 January 2018 deadline.
For further information, visit the ISA/GSR training web page to access the required forms and documents.