International Internships in Marine Biology
Protect marine life from the devastating effects of plastic pollution and climate change, while working towards cleaner, healthier oceans for all. Intern Abroad HQ’s affordable Marine Conservation internships enable you to cultivate cultural intelligence, expand your global network and polish essential soft skills by joining a pioneering organization of experienced marine biologists.
From researching marine mammals and coastal biodiversity to conserving fragile reef ecosystems - our global Marine Biology internships are customized for students, graduates and young professionals to meet specific career goals or academic requirements.
We offer Marine Conservation internships abroad for those who want to combine experiential learning with an overseas adventure, as well as remote Marine Biology internships for those who prefer the flexibility and freedom of working from home and choosing their own hours.Explore internships in Marine Biology
Why do your Marine Biology internship with Intern Abroad HQ?
Intern abroad or remotely with international organizations
High impact international internships with innovative and entrepreneurial host organizations
Most affordable & fully hosted
Everything organised for a single, all-inclusive fee. Intern abroad from just US$994, with accommodation included, or intern remotely from US$948.
Designed to maximize impact & learning outcomes
Our experiential learning curriculum helps you develop and articulate the job-ready skills that employers look for.
Contributes to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #14: Life Below Water
Our aim is to go beyond sustainability by providing a regenerative way for you to see the world and develop career-ready experience. We want our interns to leave every place in a better condition than when they arrived.
Our Marine Biology internships support the ‘Life below Water’ UN goal. The ocean regulates and drives global systems that make the Earth habitable for humankind. Marine biodiversity is critical to the health of people and our planet. Preserving threatened ecosystems, as well as tackling marine pollution and overfishing through conservation activities is key to saving our ocean.
Marine Biology Internship Opportunities
”I feel more empowered to be successful in my field by learning how to do research surveys. The surveys have given me an idea of what being a researcher in marine science would be like.”