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ASA Aquaculture Careers Day. The Aquaculture Students’ Association is proud to host the 5th Careers Day in the Pathfoot building, University of Stirling on the 20th May 2019. The main goal during the event is to bring students closer to the aquaculture industry and use it as an opportunity for networking and recruiting. Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) will be the sponsor this year.ASA AQUACULTURE CAREERS DAY

This event will comprise of presentations from Stirling alumni and other leading members of the European aquaculture sector. In addition to presentations there will be exhibitor stalls from over 15 international companies offering you the opportunity to network with individuals working in aquaculture health, nutrition, technology, genetics and environmental management.

This is an opportunity for 4th Year Undergraduates, Masters and PhD students to begin their career path by interacting with working professionals from within the aquaculture field. This is also a recruiting opportunity for aquaculture companies as over 180 talented students from across the UK attended last year. For modest sponsorship opportunities and for stand availability please contact ASA representative Carolina Fernandez: carolina.fernandez@stir.ac.uk.

Coffee and lunch will be provided by the Institute of Aquaculture and the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC).

Come and join up, for Aquaculture Careers 2019 by REGISTERING HERE via Eventbrite.

Contact for event: carolina.fernandez@stir.ac.uk


Online Application for ARCH-UK Travel Bursary Here

Bursary application deadline: Friday 8th March, 5pm

Full Terms and Conditions are at the bottom of the application form. You must be a PhD student or an Early Career Researcher (defined as within 10 years of completing your PhD without a permanent position) and working or studying at a UK institution to apply.

The Aquaculture Research Collaborative Hub UK (ARCH-UK) don’t want talented young researchers to miss this worthwhile event, so to help PhDs and Early Career Researchers get there they are offering a total of £2000 worth of travel bursaries to cover necessary expenses.

  • £100 max. travel and expenses bursaries for PhDs/ECRs currently working or studying at institutions on mainland Scotland
  • £300 max. travel and expenses for PhDs/ECRs currently working or studying at institutions outwith mainland Scotland but within the UK (i.e. Hebrides, Northern Isles, England, Wales and Ireland)

ARCH-UK is an academia-led network developing a UK aquaculture community, funded by BBSRC/NERC. Through events and online platforms we:

– sign-post aquaculture research to research councils (UKRI)

– create opportunities for skills development

– transfer the latest knowledge, technology, techniques and scientific insight

– promote mobility and collaboration between universities and industry

ARCH-UK is made up of eight working groups (see website), which include a wide range of aquaculture stakeholders from academia, industry and policy. Working Groups organise events based on feedback from our extensive member base.

Need to find project partners, research expertise or want to find out the latest innovations in UK aquaculture research? Get involved or contact them through the ‘Contact’ and ‘Join us’ website pages.

ARCH-UK contact: joanna.gosling1@stir.ac.uk