CORPI is largely involved in education process at the University and seeks well motivated and hard-working students from the very beginning of their carrier. The Institute staff gives nine courses for undergraduates at various departments of the Faculty of Natural sciences and Mathematics. Additional five courses are taught for graduate students during M.Sc. studies and several students are continuously supervised by the Institute’s staff. The best students are also supported to travel abroad in order to conduct individual research programmes or take courses related to their topics.
System Analysis (Department of Statistics)
Biometry (Department of Statistics)
Botany I. Thallophytes (Department of Biology)
Algology (Department of Biology)
Aquatic Biology (Department of Ecology)
Geographic Information Systems (Department of Informatics)
Ecology (Department of Ecology)
Population Ecology (Department of Ecology)
Ecological Modelling (Department of Statistics)
Coastal Zone Ecology (Department of Ecology)
Coastal Zone Management (Department of Ecology)
Limnology (Department of Ecology)
Production Processes in Aquatic Ecosystems (Department of Ecology)
Erasmus Mundus Programme
CORPI participates in the international Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programme “Marine Biodiversity and Conservation”.
Student conferences in aquatic ecology
The Institute encourage active students to start their scientific carrier by presenting research results at the national student conferences. First conference of young scientists in Aquatic Ecology was organized in 1998 and since then takes place at the Klaipeda University each second year. CORPI provides logistic and financial support to the conference, while students during organization process are getting opportunity to discover new aspects of scientist’s life. In 2004 the conference was expanded into the regional student conference attracting students from other Baltic countries: Latvia, Finland, Sweden, Russia, Poland and Germany.