Strategic Partnership for Marine Spatial Planning survey

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Date: 
11 December, 2017

The Strategic Partnership for Marine Spatial Planning (SP-MSP) is seeking input on educational and training needs via an online survey, available here. 

The University of Liverpool along with the University of Oldenburg (lead), the University of Nantes, the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research and the University of Applied Science Breda are involved in the ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership for Marine Spatial Planning (SP-MSP). The SP-MSP is aiming towards the development of a European higher education landscape in the emerging field of marine or maritime spatial planning. The partnership aims to develop various outputs including an online MSP Arena, multiplier events, lecturing, MSP roadshow and an MSP course module. It is with this last output we would kindly ask for your input. 

They have developed a short online survey to try and assess which educational and training needs those working or studying in the relatively new and emerging field of MSP consider most important at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. 

The survey can be accessed via this link and shouldn't take more than 10 minutes to complete. 

More information can be found on the SP-MSP website.