Get Involved

We have lots of opportunities for you to be involved in our research and education community.

Here's how you can get involved.

Community Engagement

If you are a teacher, diver, fisher, or just an interested member of our broad community, have a look at our events and outreach opportunities:

Study

A school student interested in marine biology? Visit our Study page to see what opportunities exist for college and beyond.

A mature aged or non-school leaver? We have pathways for you, so you can enter one of our degree streams

An undergraduate student ready to take the next step into postgraduate study? Visit our Study page on how you can join our competitive and specialist Marine and Antarctic Science Masters degree

Research Higher Degrees

IMAS currently supports around 150 Research Higher Degree candidates in our Masters and PhD programs - candidates come from around the world to work alongside our team of internationally-recognised academics.

Visit our Research Higher Degrees page for more information.

Employment Opportunities

IMAS regularly has exiting new positions become available and we are always seeking vibrant and passionate staff.

All IMAS positions are advertised on the University of Tasmania website.

Volunteering

Have a passion for the marine and Antarctic environment and want to make a contribution?

Volunteers are always warmly welcomed to assist with certain research activities.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, contact imas.hobart.reception@utas.edu.au for more information.

Research Collaboration

The success of our Research program is built on collaboration with government, industry and other research institutions.

If you are interested in exploring collaboration opportunities, please see our Contact Us page for Centre Management and Academic Management contact information.

Authorised by the Executive Director, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
October 30, 2015