Courses and Study
CERMES seeks to provide graduate students with advanced training in techniques, mechanisms and policies for sustainable use and management of natural resources with emphasis on the Caribbean.

The  MSc in Natural Resource and Environmental Management Programme is our main offering and is delivered in a maximum of 14 months. This includes approximately a ten month period for course delivery and examination, and a four month period for the research project. In Semester I four courses are delivered concurrently in a semester long format interspersed with two week modules. In Semester II courses are delivered as two to three week modules. Where applicable, a written examination will follow the completion of the courses in both semesters

The MSc consists of three University-wide core courses, four CERMES core courses, three specialisation streams of four courses each and a research paper (see Student Handbook).

CERMES student resources Useful links
Progamme Overview CHOL
Current cohort list E-Learning
2018-2019  Student Hand book UWILinc
Semester I Timetable Sidney Martin Library
Instructions to Authors Graduate Studies
Chicargo Style citing guide Accommodation
Useful tour items Health Services