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The manual application forms for training have been phased out. All applications should be completed using the web form. Applicants are required to use the online portal to submit applications together with a copy of your passport photo, the signed nomination form indicating preference for either the geological or environmental programme, degree/certificate and résumé.
Issued 15 July 2022
JSC Yuzhmorgeologiya pursuant to its contract for the exploration for polymetallic nodules signed with ISA on 29 March 2001, is offering six (6) theoretical internship placements to candidates from developing States as part of its 2022 training programme.
The two-weeks theoretical training is planned for the fourth quarter of 2022 (October to November) under the programme “Study and development of mineral resources of the World Ocean - Exploration and development of mineral resources of the Ocean” at St. Petersburg State University, Russia. The full course will include 120 academic hours (94 hours of lectures and 26 hours self-preparation).
The training will include, but not limited to, the following courses:
In addition to the training expense and any requisite insurance, the Contractor undertakes to cover the following expenses:
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
Trainees will receive certificates on completion of the training programme. Additionally, upon successful completion of the training trainees must submit reports on their training to the Contractor and ISA.
Applications should be submitted no later than 15 August 2022 either through:
(i) The online training portal. Users applying through the online portal, must upload a copy of a passport photo, the signed nomination, degree / certificates and résumé; or
(ii) Email to firstname.lastname@example.org using the correct forms below.
One of the Voluntary Commitments that the ISA made at the UN Ocean Conference 2017 was ‘Enhancing the role of Women in Marine Scientific Research through Capacity Building’ – we therefore strongly encourage suitably qualified female to apply for these training opportunities.