Join a unique, educational experience in the heart of a marine conservation hotspot
Dive into the waters that support over 2000 species of fish and the second most diverse coral reefs in the world, witness first-hand wildlife behaviour such as shark feeding, turtle breeding and the migration of emblematic species, learn about marine conservation and research methods, contribute to monitoring human impact on marine ecosystems, and enjoy the scenes that Mozambique’s oldest Marine Protected Area has to offer.
BCSS Research Themes
BCSS is committed to working on critical research, new initiatives and ground-breaking projects. The marine research that is being conducted at BCSS is all part of one of the four themes:
ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION & MONITORING
SPECIES IDENTIFICATION & HABITAT MAPPING
MIGRATORY FISH POPULATIONS DYNAMICS
LAND & OUTREACH
Join as an intern
Immerse yourself in the scientific work we do at our research station by following the Marine Research Internship, or become a PADI scuba diving professional while learning about marine science and conservation. Whether you are interested in furthering your career as a marine scientist or divemaster; these internships are made to bring you a step closer to your future vision.
Join as a volunteer
Join the unique opportunity to dive into the world of marine science while learning to scuba or free dive, getting involved in BCSS’s research projects, following permaculture workshops and staying at the zero-waste, CO2-neutral marine field station on Benguerra Island.
Download the Marine Science Programs Brochure
Download the brochure