MARE – Marine Coastal and Delta Sustainability for Southeast Asia

MARE is an Erasmus+ CBHE project (2020 – 2023) aims to develop adaptive, end-user-oriented and internationally-relevant curricula to support sustainable management and governance of coastal and adjacent marine areas of partner countries Malaysia and Vietnam.

The underlying assumption is that most of relevant research and teaching already exist in place in these countries, however, an effort is still needed to frame and integrate them, to equip teachers and learners with e-learning tools, and to enrich with the expertise of EU and other consortium partners (also through joint research, exchanges and e-tools).

Project News

8th December 2021 Postgraduate Colloquium 2/2021

The Postgraduate Colloquium was plan on 8th December 2021. It is an event organize by Postgraduate Section, Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology. It is created to inculcate research and innovation culture among researchers and...

MARE sustainability and long-term cooperation

Dissemination and exploitation strategy. Sustainability of the project MARE dissemination is encompassed in the business plan, and specific promotion activities in the promotion plan. The groups targeted by MARE dissemination and exploitation include: (1) Partner...

Research topics

Prof. Dr. Kalev Sepp Estonian University of Life Sciences suggests research topics: Ecosystem service provision in coastal wetlands: implications of global change. Ecosystem service provision in coastal ecosystems in Vietnam: implications of global change. Ecosystem...

MARE Courses

   Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment      Course overview         New courses (6 ECTS) Control of marine pollution - 3 ECTS (Bachelor Marine environment and resource management-HCMUNRE) Syllabus course summary Marine resources and...

November 1-16, 2021 Sustainability science and management for resilient coastal communities and fishing stocks

Sustainability science and management for resilient coastal communities and fishing stocks The November school SMART will be run in a hybrid format, with teachers and resources persons mostly present at the school venue in Mazara del Vallo (Italy) and most of the...

Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment

   Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment      Course overview         New courses (6 ECTS) Control of marine pollution - 3 ECTS (Bachelor Marine environment and resource management-HCMUNRE) Syllabus Marine resources and environment...

18th November 2021 Industry Engagement Dialogue

Industry Engagement Dialogue was conducted on 18th November 2021. It is an event organized by Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Corporate Communication Department together with International, Industrial and Institutional Partnership Unit. The main objective of the event to...

8th Nov 2021: Industry in Classroom_ Conservation Tourism

On the 8th of November 2021, Mrs. Aimi Osman (Project Manager of Alunan Coral Project) was invited to a sharing session for Marine Resources Management (MMS3623) class, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu. Throughout the session, Mrs. Aimi shared about the role of Alunan...

9 – 20 August 2021 MARE_Learning Management System Webinar

The webinar provided participants the basic knowledge and skills necessary to use Xerte and Moodle to create and deliver their courses online for students. Following topics covered during the webinar: • Creation of interactive content in Xerte • Creation of...

29 June  – 2 July  2021 – ICT Training

ICT - Training four-day training was held on 29th June  – 2nd July  2021 via the online platform Zoom. The interactive training aimed at introducing key aspects of “Information and Communications Technology” to the participants and had been delivered by the European...

This project has been funded by Erasmus+ CBHE programme of the European Union.

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This project No. 610327-EPP-1-2019-1-DE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP has been funded by Erasmus+ CBHE programme of the European Union.