The Master of Aquaculture is offered as a part of the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.
A world-class institution in the fields of fisheries and aquatic sciences
- Provide quality education in the field of fisheries and aquatic sciences;
- Conduct cutting edge and relevant researches in the fields of fisheries and aquatic sciences;
- Lead in the formulation and implementation of effective extension programs; and
- Advocate for policy directions in the utilization and management of fisheries and aquatic resources
A full course description can be found here
The graduate application form can be found here
For foreign students from countries where English is not the medium of instruction and/or not the native language, the following rating of Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required: Paper-based: at least 500 and up; Computer-based: at least 173 and up; and Internet-based :at least 61 and up. This is in addition to other requirements of specific graduate programs of UPV.