The integrated management of tropical coastal areas is a dynamic and continuous, multidisciplinary and participatory process that links government, community and sciences (refers to all knowledge from the Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and traditional knowledge), in order to have a balance between the environment and the economic, social, cultural, recreational and legal in the coastal area. Its success depends on the effectiveness of governance, transparency and inter-organizational links.
- Admission form
- Reference letter
Information about scholarships in : www. sep.ucr.ac.cr/becas.html
- Respond to environmental, social and economic problems of coastal areas and adjacent areas.
- Develop independent studies.
- Coordinate interdisciplinary groups.
- Promote institutional management, environmental legislation and conflict resolution for coastal zone management.
- Implement procedures and techniques to investigate the problems of coastal areas and adjacent areas.
- Average grade above 8/10 or its equivalent.
- Proficiency in english (oral & written)
- Disposition letter willing to enter to the program
- Other requirements in: www.giact.sep.ucr.ac.cr