Training in ecology research
One of the particularities of the CEBC is that it is both a research laboratory and a field station. Every year, the centre welcomes numerous students, from 3rd year business internships to post-doctoral studies, as well as BTS, bachelor’s degrees and of course Masters and PhDs. They come to learn through research on aspects that are sometimes theoretical but also applied (for example, on the concrete challenges of biodiversity conservation). With its staff including 4 lecturers and 1 professor, the CEBC is also very involved in academic teaching by participating in Bachelor and Master courses at the University of La Rochelle.
Use of Unhoused Wildlife for Scientific Purposes
This training course, provided by the Natural History Museum, enables students to acquire and/or maintain the regulatory and technical skills and knowledge necessary for a practice that respects the well-being of animals used in research projects and the related regulations in France.LEARN MORE