UNEP-WCMC does not assert any intellectual property rights in the data made available to it by data providers.
Access to UNEP-WCMC datasets is provided on the understanding that you read and consent to be bound by the Terms and Conditions set out in the policies below.
We depend on the unique relationships we have forged with experts and specialist organisations around the world over the last 30 years, and we are always looking out for reliable new partners. If you think you or your institution could collaborate with UNEP-WCMC to mutual benefit, please contact the Director at email@example.com.
We may appoint exceptional individual scientists to be honorary Fellows or Senior Fellows of UNEP-WCMC. The purpose of this Fellowship scheme is to secure the skills, advice and guidance of scientists who are in a position to support and promote our work while at the same time providing these individuals with a range of unique professional opportunities which may otherwise not be available to them.
Every year we offer some opportunities for students who are enrolled on a relevant university MSc or MPhil course to undertake their project work at the Centre, working closely with our Programme teams. However, such opportunities are generally much sought-after and highly competitive. If you are interested in a student placement please contact the Senior Scientist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2010 the University of Cambridge, working with UNEP-WCMC and other members of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, began delivering an MPhil degree in Conservation Leadership aimed at graduates of leadership potential with at least three to five years of relevant experience. Details of the course and scholarship opportunities can be found at http://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/graduate/mphil/conservation. We hope that UNEP-WCMC will be able to offer at least two scholarships each year to allow exceptional individuals from high-biodiversity countries to attend this course. Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for scholarships through the course website. Please direct any enquiries to Chris Sandbrook
UNEP-WCMC regularly offer unpaid internships to those keen to strengthen their professional experience in the biodiversity sector.
Both through formal schemes such as the Cambridge Biodiversity Internship Scheme, run in collaboration with the University of Cambridge and through a number of direct routes, we offer engaging opportunities to build your skills within one of our programmes.
Please direct any enquires to email@example.com and include a CV and Covering Letter outlining your interest in undertaking an internship and your availability to do so.
For further information about the types of work you might undertake, please read the reports below of our Cambridge Biodiversity Interns from 2012.
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